Famous logo of the e-commerce website Myntra is going to change. The company has decided to change its logo after a complaint was filed with the Cybercrime Police of Mumbai. This was complained by a female worker from Mumbai. The woman lodged a police complaint, stating that Myntra's logo was about to hurt the dignity of women, insulting them.

The complaint against Myntra's logo was lodged by Avesta Foundation on behalf of Sandesh Patel, the founder of an NGO. Vivek Patel filed a complaint in December last year demanding the removal of the logo and taking action against the company. Patel had alleged that Myntra's logo looked like a naked woman.

After receiving the complaint of the female worker, the Cyber ​​Crime Department of Mumbai Police sent a mail to the company informing about the complaint. Responding to a mail sent by Mumbai Police, the veteran e-commerce company said that it changes its logo within a month. Although the new logo has not yet been released by Myntra, the company has started the process of converting those who are making a splash on the website, app and app content.

Rashmi Karandkar, SDP of the Cyber ​​Crime Department of Mumbai Police, while speaking to Jagran leaders said that we have found that the logo of the company is abusive to women. After the complaint, we sent an email to Myntra after which their officials came and met us. Officials said they would change the company's logo in a month.

Let me tell you that Myntra, founded in 2007, was purchased by Flipkart in the year 2014. Subsequently, in 2016, Flipkart also acquired fashion e-retailer Jabong. It has since become one of the largest online e-commerce websites in the country.

Founded in 2007, Myntra was acquired by Flipkart in 2014. The company later acquired fashion e-retailer Jabong in 2016. It has since become one of the largest offline fashion websites in the country.

Source- livehindustan.com

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