OIPA in India
Minister of Commerce & Industry
We, respect the Buddhist Community around the world and fully condemn the usage of Buddha images on foot-wears or hand-bags designed and manufactured by Icon Shoes based in the USA and same be traded by the eBay India online shopping mall. We want to put forth this petition and ask Icon Shoes to stop using any Buddhist images or any religion's deity pictures on any of their design which would bring disgrace to the respective religion, like wise eBay India as well not to promote objectionable materials. In Buddhism, the Lord Buddha is revered everything and we are disheartened to see such demeaning and humiliation act by Icon Shoes. This would bring disharmony among the practitioners and believers. This is a anti-Buddhist act and a disrespect to the views and beliefs of millions of followers around the world. Please direct the Commissioner of Delhi Police to ask SHO, Prashant Vihar, Delhi to lodge FIR against all offenders including US based Icon, eBay India, Amazon.com on the complaint lodged by Naresh Kadyan on August 5, 2012 vide DD No. 42-B, complaint repeated on dated August 13, 2012 by Sukanya Kadyan and Abhishek Kadyan, where as we demands immediate ban on Icon, eBay India, PaisaPay transactions through 30+ banks, such as ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank, Citibank, State Bank of India, Punjab National Bank, Axis Bank, Bank of India, Indian Bank, Federal Bank, Central Bank of India, Karur Vysya Bank, Kotak Bank, Karnataka Bank Ltd, Bank of Baroda, Deutsche Bank, Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait, Bank of Maharashtra, City Union Bank, Corporation Bank, Development Credit Bank, IDBI Bank, Indian Overseas Bank, IndusInd Bank, Lakshmi Vilas Bank, Oriental Bank of Commerce, Shamrao Vitthal Co-operative Bank, South Indian Bank, Union Bank of India, Vijaya Bank, Yes Bank Ltd. Palwal and Rewari Police also alerted for legal action. FIR for the violation of the IT Act, 2009 section 66-A read with IPC 295, 295-A, 120-B against Icon, eBay India and Amazon online shopping mall along with 30 + banks accepted payments. Matter taken up with the Cabinet Secretary to Govt. of India vide CABST/E/2012/00329 by Sukanya Kadyan.