Karachi Bakery in Bengaluru was forced to cover their name as the mob protested before the bakery.
This comes a week after the Pulwama terror attack that witnessed the lives of more than 40 CRPF jawans. The mob consisting of 20 to 30 people protested before the bakery on Friday as they wanted no connections to Pakistan.
In order to avoid any further damage, the bakery owners decided to cover the name and also put up the national flag.
Karachi Bakery was founded by Khanchand Ramnani, who migrated to India during the partition in 1947. The bakery’s first outlet was opened in Hyderabad and has grown into a nationwide franchise. The bakery is popular for its fruit biscuits.