Now, Differently-abled Swiggy Partner Wins Hearts On Social Media


A differently-abled Swiggy delivery partner has now been taking social media by storm and winning hearts of netizens. This image has now gone viral on Twitter.

Written By Rahul R | Mumbai | Updated On:

A differently-abled Swiggy delivery partner, on duty, has now been taking social media by storm and winning hearts of netizens. This on-duty delivery partner is seen riding a specially-made mechanical vehicle. The Swiggy bag is also visible in the image that has gone viral since. Ever since this differently-abled Swiggy delivery partner surfaced, Twitterati cannot stop raving about the dedication and hard work apparently put in.  

Differently-abled Swiggy delivery partner

Here, check out the image of this differently-abled Swiggy food delivery partner, and reactions from netizens (Twitterati). Not too long ago, a differently-abled delivery partner from Zomato had also taken Twitter by storm. This had caught the eye of even noted Bollywood celebrities and certain corporate decision-makers as well. Now, check out the latest image of the Swiggy partner delivering food in an unconventional manner. 





Swiggy top app in health-fitness domain

At this point in time, Swiggy during August 2019 topped the list of most downloaded applications (apps) across the world in the health-fitness domain. This data, as per a Sensor Tower report, also states that Swiggy clocked 40 lakh installations during the above time period. The second, and third position in this list were bagged by apps like Water Tracker and Mi Fit. These statistics are based on overall downloads, even on Google Play Swiggy was numero-uno app with respect to downloads. However, on the Apple App Store, it was the Flo app that topped downloads. 

(Image Credit: Twitter, Priyanka Shukla)

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