Air India Said Puri Jagannath Temple Serves Non Veg In It’s Premises; Apologize Later

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First Katju, now Air India & who’s next? The level of stupidity of people explaining Odia and it’s culture and the row of controversies around it is still continues. For Katju we can understand that an old person who’s suffering from mental illness now a days can be forgotten for what he said. But what about Air India?

Air India on Saturday apologized for an error in the article on Puri Jagannath temple which was published in its in-flight magazine, saying the airline did not intend to “hurt sentiments”. It was mentioned in the article titled ‘Devotion can be Delicious’ that non-vegetarian dishes are also served at the temple. “#AI apologises for the error. Our intention was not to hurt sentiments. #ShubhYatra magazine copies have been removed with immediate effect,” the airline said in a tweet. This comes against the backdrop of protests against the article in Odisha.


Said to be the largest in the country, the Jagannath Temple’s kitchen in Puri since its inception has had an army of 500 cooks and 300 helpers to serve 1,00,000 people every day, round the clock – which means almost 285 varieties of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes every day,” the article published in this month’s magazine had said.

Now Air India can not be going through mental illness. That happens when you don’t hire a professional blogger/writer and ended up with someone who knows nothing, just like Jon Snow!



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