Outrage on Twitter over ‘Jains Car Only’ parking sign at Coimbatore Racecourse

Parking problems have existed for a long time in our country. There is no place where parking is not a problem, be it a shopping center or a market. A photograph of a parking sign at Coimbatore Racecourse is going viral.

It has sparked widespread fury online, with many people opposing it on all counts.

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Parking sign reads ‘Jains Car Only’ sparking outrage online

jain car only Twitter screenshot

Twitter user ‘Agent P’ visited the microblogging site and tweeted a photo of the notice reading: “Jains Car Only”. The tweet is now protected with a restricted view.

As of now, it is unclear whether the board is referring to Jain people or specific Jain apartments or buildings. Whatever the exact meaning, it has angered people all over social media.

The image went viral almost immediately after it was posted, with more than 196,000 views. It has sparked widespread outrage, with many claiming that it completely ignores the concept of shared roads and parking spaces.

Earlier, Aditya Morarka, a Twitter user, tweeted two photos of no parking signs outside a residence in Koramangala. The first sign read, “Don’t even think about parking here.”

“No parking, not for 5 minutes, not for 30 seconds, not at all!” said another notice. Random people parking their cars in front of other people’s residences show just how vacillating homeowners are. This is how people reacted.

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What if I am a Jain but just came from KFC? Will they allow me to park?

— Ujvin Nevatia (@UjvinNevatia) July 17, 2023

Where has this board been put? In Coimbatore there is a big building group called Jain and it looks like a reserved parking lot for that and definitely nothing to do with the Jain community. Tweeting half-information just to get some opinions about…

— क्षितीश Kamal Parashar 🇮🇳 (@kamal_parashar) July 17, 2023

Jains Housing Constructions Ltd, based in Chennai, has its branch at the racecourse #coimbatore. This appears to be a dedicated parking lot for her employees and has nothing to do with her false narrative setup just for the fun of it. @policiacbecity

— Kovai Charisma (@KovaiCharisma) July 17, 2023

There is a sign near the sangeetha hotel that says “Sangeetha car only”. How discriminatory is that? Why Priya or Karthick can park your car? 🥲

— Dharmic_side (@on_right_side_) July 17, 2023

It should be a company called Jains. It is not very difficult to guess if one wants to.

— Thunderous Typhoon (@sesharavind) July 17, 2023

Jains have existed in India since the 6th century.

Jains are followers of Jainism, an ancient Indian religion that originated in the 6th century BCE. Jainism is practiced mainly in India, but has adherents in other parts of the world as well. Jains believe in the principles of nonviolence (ahimsa), truthfulness (satya), non-stealing (asteya), celibacy (brahmacharya), and detachment (aparigraha).

They strive to live a life of compassion and harmlessness towards all living things.

Jainism teaches that there are innumerable souls (jivas) in the universe and that these souls can achieve liberation (moksha) through self-discipline, spiritual practices, and correct conduct.

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Jains emphasize nonviolence to such an extent that they are often known for their strict vegetarian diets and avoiding harm to any living creature, including insects and microorganisms.

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