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French Magazine Charlie Hebdo takes a jibe on India’s oxygen crisis

French satirical cartoon magazine Charlie Hebdo has taken a dig on the ongoing oxygen crisis in India. The magazine’s Facebook page has shared a cartoon depicting patients lying down with oxygen cylinders. In the caption, the magazine wrote, “33 million gods in India and not one capable of producing oxygen!” Many social media users termed it as a cartoon mocking Hinduism rather than a taunt on India’s healthcare system. The magazine is often mired in controversy over its comments on religious matters. In 2015, the office of the magazine was attacked for printing cartoons of Prophet Mohammed. Many of the magazine’s top cartoonists were killed in this attack.

Know more: Charlie Hebdo.Fr

Read more: The Print | OpIndia | Naya India

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