In the name of Communist leader Stalin, the open shop had to be closed for another due to the protest. Cipher Photo: AFP
Shawarma Shop Closed Next Day in Moscow: In Moscow, a shawarma shop open in the name of Communist leader Joseph Stalin was forced to close. The funniest thing about this shop was that the shawarma rolls sold in this shop were named after the Soviet leaders (Shawarma Roll’s Name on Soviet Leaders).
- January 10, 2021, 4:10 PM IST
There was a huge crowd when the shop opened
Stanislaw Waltman, the owner of this shop, said that on the first day we kept the shop open all day and we fed our shawarma rolls to about 200 customers. People were very happy with our food.
Why did the shop have to be closed? The store’s owner Stanislav Waltman did not cite any specific reasons, stating that there was no specific legal reason to close the shop but the police forced him to remove Stalin’s sign and then the “heavy pressure” from local authorities led him to the shop Was forced to close completely.
Condemned this shop on social media
Stalin’s themed shop, along with some commentators on social media, condemned it as distasteful. Stalin’s rule is marked by large-scale repression, labor camps and famines. According to conservative ideology, about 7,00,000 people were killed during the repression of 1936–38. However, many people in the former Soviet Union still consider him as the leader who defeated Nazi Germany in World War II and who saved his country.
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Stanislav Waltman said that he felt that his shop would get some publicity on social media but he did not expect that all TV stations, all journalists and bloggers would flock here as they lined up in front of Lenin’s tomb. Stand up.