Customer cancels Zomato order for sending non-Hindu delivery boy. Their classy reply wins Internet
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Customer cancels Zomato order for sending non-Hindu delivery boy. Their classy reply wins Internet

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A Twitter user asked Zomato India to change the rider for his order, as the person delivering it was not Hindu. Their classy reply is winning the internet.

Zomato is winning the internet with their classy reply after a customer tried to ask them for a rider who was not non-Hindu.

A Twitter user tweeted to Zomato recently saying, “Just cancelled an order on @ZomatoIN they allocated a non hindu rider for my food they said they can’t change rider and can’t refund on cancellation I said you can’t force me to take a delivery I don’t want don’t refund just cancel.”

https://twitter.com/NaMo_SARKAAR/status/1156217070247268352

According to the man, Amit Shukla, he had ordered food from the food-delivery app Zomato, but the company had allotted a non-Hindu rider to deliver his order. He then revealed that because he didn’t want his food to be delivered by a non-Hindu person he cancelled the order and didn’t even take a refund for it.

After he tweeted this to Zomato, they replied to him saying, “Food doesn’t have a religion. It is a religion.” And Zomato’s savage reply to the man has left everyone impressed online.

One user wrote, “Thanks. Zomato for standing out against these bigots.” Another wrote, “Can you please block customers like him forever so that they are made to learn a lesson? Religious hatred has no place among food lovers.”

Even Deepinder Goyal, founder Zomato, also replied to the tweet saying, “We are proud of the idea of India – and the diversity of our esteemed customers and partners. We aren’t sorry to lose any business that comes in the way of our values.”

Here is what Twitterati is saying:

At the time of writing the article, Zomato’s tweet already had over 800 retweets and 1.5k likes.

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