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Here’s How Indian Companies Are Responding Against Pulwama Attack

| Published on February 21, 2019

The entire world is mourning over martyred soldiers of Pulwama attack and fuming in anger against the Pakistani Government’s failure to take actions against the terrorist organization.

Particularly talking about the trading sector, Pakistan has been proved to be the most favored nation as a trading partner. Indian corporates have begun responding to them by raising import tariffs by 200% and withdrawing security for Hurriyat leaders.

Let us see how a few more companies reacted to the Pulwama attack:


The world’s most popular cricket website, Cricbuzz, has a large audience in Pakistan but it decided to stop providing coverage for Pakistan’s domestic T20 league, PSL.

The Times Internet-owned cricket website received huge criticisms by Pakistani fans, giving it a 1-Star rating on the Google Play store. But the app received appreciation on Indian social media with Indians giving the app 5-star ratings.

Also Read: Companies Firing Employees For Supporting Pulwama Attacks On Social Media

IMG Reliance

Producer of Pakistan Cricket League, IMG Reliance, withdrew from its contract making the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) find an alternate producer if it wishes to televise the league, which is being held in UAE.


Sad for PCB, even if they can find an alternate producer but they won’t be able to telecast the league in India. DSport, which had the rights for broadcasting the league on its channel, has denied broadcasting it anymore.


Bangalore-based Fantasy Sports Company Dream11, which has been providing a platform for PSL matches until now, will no longer allow building leagues around PSL matches.

All India Cine Workers Association

India Cine Workers Association, one of the most prominent associations in Bollywood, has put a total ban on the Artists working in the Film Industry. It has also warned that if any organization still insists on working with them will be banned by AICWA and strong action will be taken against them.

“Nation comes first, we stand with our nation,” the association said in a statement.

This is how the companies paid homage to the martyred soldiers.

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