In December 2020, Naz Patel of an NGO named Avesta Foundation filed a complaint against Myntra’s logo.
A woman has complained that the logo of the e-commerce site Myntra is abusive to women.
Naz Patel lodged a complaint against Myntra’s people
According to reports, in December 2020 last year, Naz Patel of an NGO Avesta Foundation filed a complaint against the people of Myntra. According to Naz Patel, Myntra’s logo is abusive towards women. Naz demanded action against the e-commerce company and asked for the logo to be changed.
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He exposed this issue on social media and soon a lot of people started getting attention of this issue. After the complaint filed by the NGO worker, it has decided to change its present logo. The complainant alleged that the logo of the fashion e-retailer was derogatory and objectionable towards women, after which the Mumbai Cyber Police met the officials of the e-commerce company. The company reportedly said that it needed a month to change the logo.
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DCP of Mumbai Cybercrime Branch Rashmi Karandikar said that we found that the logo was disrespectful to women by nature. After the complaint, we sent an email to Myntra and their officials came and met us. Officials said that they will change the logo in a month.