Surat, December 14: A group of Bajrang Dal activists on Monday took down and set on fire a huge banner hoisted over a restaurant announcing a 'Pakistani food festival', in Surat, said the activists.

A banner was hoisted over the Taste of India restaurant in the Ring Road area of Surat city announcing the 'Pakistan Food Festival'. Also Read | IIT-Delhi Develops RT-PCR Base Kit That Tests New COVID-19 Variant Omicron in 90 Minutes.

Bajrang Dal Activists Set Fire to ‘Pakistani Food Festival’ Banner in Surat

Bajrang Dal activists protested and chanted 'Jai Shri Ram' and 'Har Har Mahadev' and removed all the banners and set fire to them. Also Read | Online Game Addiction: Minor Kills and Buried 12-Year-Old Cousin to Pay Off Game Debts in Rajasthan; 5 Lakh Ransom Demanded from Uncle.

"Bajrang Dal activists took down the flex banner from the building and set it on fire. No such festival will be tolerated. The restaurant has apologized," said South Gujarat Bajrang Dal president Deviprasad Dubey.

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