Zomato on Wednesday came out on Twitter to defend its decision to not change the food delivery executive for a customer, who objected to the executive being a “non-Hindu.” The company tweeted, “Food doesn’t have a religion. It is a religion.” Zomato founder Deepinder Goyal also pitched in by saying that Zomato doesn’t regret losing the business of such customers. Although a number of Twitter users praised the company for its decision, there are a significant number of replies by Twitter users to Zomato’s tweet who think otherwise.
A Zomato user on Tuesday tweeted that he had cancelled an order made via Zomato’s food delivery service after the company assigned a “non-Hindu” executive to deliver his food. The person had apparently asked Zomato support to change the executive as he “didn’t want a delivery from a muslim fellow” and when the company refused to change the executive saying they “don’t discriminate” among riders, the person asked Zomato to cancel the order.
“We are proud of the idea of India – and the diversity of our esteemed customers and partners,” Zomato’s Goyal tweeted earlier today on the incident. “We aren’t sorry to lose any business that comes in the way of our values.”
Zomato and Deepinder Goyal’s responses have garnered a lot of praise from Twitter users.
“Well said! Rare to find corporate voices publicly rejecting the growing hate and bigotry,” tweeted on user.
“So very proud of Team @ZomatoIN for calling out this strange person. Bravo!,” tweeted tweeted another person.
“Appreciated. Very few stand up for the idea of India. Good to see, a young & one of the most famous entrepreneur taking a stand!” another response to Goyal’s tweet reads.
Zomato’s Twitter replies were unfortunately also filled comments that seem to support the Zomato customer who had cancelled the order.
Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro: Everything we know so far
Google Pixel 6 is hot in the rumor mill with multiple leaks presenting a deeper peek into the upcoming Google smartphone. It is also speculated that the Pixel 6 will be accompanied by the bigger Pixel 6 Pro phone. It is highly likely, the Pixel Fold and even an XL model may debut alongside the Pixel 6 series smartphones. The … Continue reading
Watch woodpecker destroy hidden camera one obnoxious peck at a time
You’ve probably seen or heard a woodpecker in action at some point; they’re the small birds that can spend hours driving everyone in the vicinity to madness with incessant taps against trees or wood buildings. What you probably haven’t seen is what it looks like to be the object subjected to the woodpecker’s wrath — until now, that is. A … Continue reading
MacBook Pro M1X and Mac mini may release Intel from service in 2021
The release date for a new M1X version of the MacBook Pro from Apple, along with a new Mac mini appear to be headed for a special event. It’s been rumored that the most powerful and updated Mac mini with M1X chip inside will be revealed at an event in the forth quarter of this year, 2021. It’s also tipped … Continue reading
Archaeologists recreated three common kinds of Paleolithic cave lighting
Enlarge / Spanish archaeologists recreated three common types of Paleolithic lighting systems. Medina-Alcaide et al, 2021, PLOS ONE In 1993,...
Toyota foils leakers by offering an official image of the 2022 Tundra
Earlier this week, leaked images were going around claiming to show the next generation 2022 Toyota Tundra. Automakers never like...
Ford to purchase Electriphi for integration with Ford Pro services for EV fleets
Ford has announced it will purchase Electriphi, a California-based provider of charging management and fleet monitoring software for electric vehicles....
Two Viking burials, separated by an ocean, contain close kin
Ida Marie Odgaard AFP Roughly a thousand years ago, a young man in his early 20s met a violent end...
The efforts to make text-based AI less racist and terrible
Getty Images In July 2020, OpenAI launched GPT-3, an artificial intelligence language model that quickly stoked excitement about computers writing...
Social1 year ago
CrashPlan for Small Business Review
Gadgets3 years ago
A fictional Facebook Portal videochat with Mark Zuckerberg – TechCrunch
Mobile3 years ago
Memory raises $5M to bring AI to time tracking – TechCrunch
Cars3 years ago
What’s the best cloud storage for you?
Social3 years ago
iPhone XS priciest yet in South Korea
Security3 years ago
Google latest cloud to be Australian government certified
Cars3 years ago
SK Telecom and Samsung to collaborate on 5G for enterprise
Social3 years ago
Apple’s new iPad Pro aims to keep enterprise momentum