‘We are poor, we have to suffer’: Zomato delivery boy says he is hurt by religious discrimination

‘We are poor, we have to suffer’: Zomato delivery boy says he is hurt by religious discrimination

Faiyaz, a food delivery executive with Zomato, at long last uncovered what he felt after yesterday’s furious discussion via web-based networking media over bias. He was doled out the assignment of finishing a request set by Amit Shukla, an occupant of Jabalpur. In any case, on Tuesday night, Shukla tweeted about dropping his request put on Zomato as the assigned rider was a “non-Hindu”.

In any case, Zomato held fast and would not change the conveyance official. “Food doesn’t have a religion. It is a religion,” the organization tweeted in light of the client’s solicitation for change of the rider.

When asked how he felt, Faiyaz stated, “I am hurt, but what can I do. We are poor people.” 

“Han hurt to hue hai. Ab kya bolenge sir, ab log jaisa bolenge..sahi hai is par kya kar sakte hai gareeb log hai. Sahna padega sir (Yes I feel hurt. What can I say sir, whatever people say…its okay what I can do in it… we are poor, we have suffer),” he said.

Then again, Shukla seemed unrepentant. “Do my freedom of expression and religion not fall under the idea of India?” he said when a news channel got some information about his response to Zomatos answer to his solicitation to change the rider.

Defending his stand, Shukla stated, “At present, the pious month of Shravan is going on and it is a matter of my personal choice.”

Zomato’s remain on comprehensiveness won hearts the whole way across the nation.

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