So, what happened?A day earlier a customer who placed an order on Zomato app had refused to accept delivery of the order because the delivery executive was a Muslim. The food delivery app then came out in support of its employee, which elicited a heart-warming response from the Twitterverse. Many had extended their support to the food delivery app, including Uber Eats.
Uber Eats comment draws backlashHowever, the exchange triggered #BoycottUberEats as many Twitter users came out to support the man who had refused to accept delivery from a Muslim delivery executive. Many people also posted screenshots from phones after un-installing both Zomato and Uber Eats and attacked the food delivery services for their “secular” behaviour.
Everyone is showing their double standards with Hindu sentiments!! Whether its Supreme court,Indian law,Amazon & now #Zomato and many others. Maybe Zomato forget itself that food have no religion!! -After seeing these two pictures follow the third one! #IStandWithAmit pic.twitter.com/h2ykdE3TMj— Mukul Sharma (@mukulsharma1419) July 31, 2019
If food have no religion, so please deliver pork and Chatka meat to any Muslims family. Hippocrates! https://t.co/ZEsP7THlfK— संदीप देव #SandeepDeo (@sdeo76) August 1, 2019