The vinyl wall sticker shows Indian territory without the disputed areas occupied by Pakistan and China. The tweet sent by Tajinder Pal S Bagga read asks for the removal of the product as soon as possible.

The product has been listed by a seller called DIYthinker for C$25.35. In response to The Economic Times, an Amazon spokesperson has said, "We are looking into it; we remain committed to complete legal compliance at all times."

 

Earlier this year, Amazon found itself in troubled waters for selling doormats printed with the Indian flag. And, it clearly wasn't the first time the company was selling products that hurt Indian sentiments.

In 2016, Amazon had enraged users when it was spotted selling doormats printed with Hindu gods and goddesses. Soon, #BoycottAmazon had started trending on social media.

Amazon was also pulled up for doormat printed with the Holy Quran, hurting Islamic sentiments.