A well-liked Indian eating place in Shanghai has got rid of its menu card that includes the images of a former Indian princess from Uttar Pradesh following a criticism filed through her circle of relatives to the Indian Embassy in Beijing.
The photographs of princess Mehrunnisa Khan, daughter of overdue Nawab of Rampur Syed Raza Ali Khan, had been imprinted on the menu of the eating place within the jap Chinese language city to exhibit the cultural background of the Mughlai delicacies.
The eating place right away changed the menu card after the Indian Consulate in Shanghai took up the criticism of the princess’ shut relative Nawab Kazim Ali with the eating place proprietor, Indian officers stated.
In line with the complainant, the eating place didn’t take the permission of the Rampur Nawab circle of relatives to make use of the pictures. The pictures had been utilized in a derogatory way which is a complete invasion of the princess’ privateness.
“The problem is settled. The eating place has right away agreed to interchange the menu card and her circle of relatives has been knowledgeable about this,” an Indian respectable from Shanghai stated.
The landlord of the eating place may just no longer be reached for his remark.
In line with quite a lot of stories, Ms Mehrunnisa, 87, is these days residing in the USA.
Rampur, which is in Uttar Pradesh, was once a princely state of British India. It merged with impartial India in 1949. Titles like Nawab are not recognised through the federal government after princely states had been abolished in 1971.