Zomato Shuts Down Demand For Hindu Rider, Swara Bhasker Declares 'Courage & Decency Are Alive In India Inc.'

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As Zomato India earned praise for taking a stance against a customer's demand of a Hindu delivery executive, actor Swara Bhasker also reacted on the buzz and said applauded the idea of Zomato founder Deepinder Goyal.

Written By Navashree Nandini | Mumbai | Updated On:
Zomato's response on customer demnading hindu executive fills Swara Bhasker with hope

As Zomato India earned praise for taking a stance against a customer's demand of a Hindu delivery executive, actor Swara Bhasker also reacted on the buzz and said applauded the idea of Zomato founder Deepinder Goyal. She said that she hopes that larger corporations also learn a lesson to stand up against the Troll spreading hate. She also thanked the company for the responsible behaviour. 

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On July 31, Zomato India made a Twitter buzz after giving a befitting reply to a customer who had posted on twitter a day ahead that he cancelled his order because a 'non-Hindu ' delivery executive was appointed. He also said that he will contact his lawyers as Zomato refused to change the delivery executive.  Zomato's twitter handle that is known for its quirky tweets replied saying that food is the only religion. The incident took a larger space when Zomato founder Deepinder Goyal said that he is ready to lose a bit of business if he has to stand by his value. People across the spectrum lauded that the company openly took a stand against the communal demand of the customer owing to their value. The actress also said that the entire episode has made her hopeful. 

READ: Zomato's Deepinder Goyal 'not sorry to lose business' after shutting down customer's Hindu delivery exec demand

Meanwhile, NC leader Omar Abdullah and former Supreme Court Judge S Y Quraishi also responded on the development saying that they love the app and that its founder Goyal is the 'real face of India'.

READ: Zomato wins Omar Abdullah's respect & love for 'food doesn't have a religion' response to Hindu rider-wanting customer

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