A Sikh man from India’s capital territory alleged he was denied entry to Delhi’s We Qutub restaurant due to his religion and the attire he wore.
Delhi-based Sikh man, Param Sahib, accused the We Qutub Restaurant of discrimination against him and his associates.
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Param in an Instagram post wrote: HI @wequtub, today later in the evening, I along with my friends was not allowed inside the premises on the grounds of being a Sardar and having an untrimmed beard, with a reason saying that I am not cool enough as per the other Hindu gentry.”
Further, Param alleged that his “female friends were spoken badly too with an insensitive attitude” from the guy at the counter of the restaurant.
In the age of inclusive era, Param alleged that the restaurant set the lowest bar possible by racially abusing and restricting him and his friends to enter the club.
“The guy at the counter said that we do not let Sikh people enter the lounge and that’s their motto, to which he later rectified and said that he didn’t like my pink shirt,” Param wrote in his post.
As per reports, Param said that after his post on social media reached out to a number of people, the owners are apologizing.
“We asked them to post an official apology and to organize langar for 100 poor kids, we are still in talks with them. I don’t want this to happen to anyone anymore. I just want them to stop this,” Param added.