Zomato Users In Kolkata, Your Cancelled Orders Are Likely To End Up This Way, Check Out Now


Zomato users in Kolkata could consider themselves fortunate if cancelled orders land in the hands of delivery partner Roll Kaku Pathikrit Saha.

Written By Rahul R | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Zomato’s cancelled orders are now seemingly taking an unconventional route and finding themselves at places that they should be in. Here, a Zomato delivery partner in Kolkata has been engrossed in delivering cancelled food to children on the road and the ones truly in need of food so that they do not go to bed in the night hungry.  

This Zomato delivery executive called Pathikrit Saha does the conventional job of being a Zomato food delivery boy in Kolkata while finding ways to distribute your (in case you happen to reside in Kolkata and order via Zomato) cancelled orders, and food in excess among homeless and hungry children, as per an EffortsForGood report.  

If you cancel food from Zomato in Kolkata, rest assured 

If you are a Zomato user in Kolkata, there are chances of your cancelled orders reaching the hands of Saha( called Roll Kaku among his children) who has also partnered with a local restaurant in the city’s DumDum range to ensure that the truly worthy kids get access to food. Apart from delivering cancelled orders to the lesser-privileged, Saha also has reportedly taken up other initiatives for children such as helping children from destroyed families set up vending stalls to ensure that they get to contribute financially to their families as well as learning at schools.  

As per his interaction with Efforts For Good, Saha has also spoken about his custom evening school that is run for needy children so that they are equipped to join mainstream schools – with the required knowledge.  

Twitterati seemingly lap up Roll Kaku 

Twitterati from across the country, not just Kolkata, have seemingly lapped up Saha for his initiative of distributing Zomato cancelled orders amongst the lesser-privileged children, Check out some heart-warming reactions to Prathikrit Saha below: 



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