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Zomato Founder’s Complaint Against Swiggy Went Completely Wrong !!



Zomato Founder’s Complaint Against Swiggy Went Completely Wrong !!

On Wednesday, Deepinder Goyal, founder of Zomato, came up with a tweet complaining against Swiggy for delivering food after 8 PM amidst COVID 19 restrictions. He tagged the official twitter handle of Mumbai Police and demanded a clarification from them after uploading a screen shot of Swiggy app.


Deepinder said that Zomato is prepared to provide food delivery after 8 PM and said they won’t do it as they are abiding by the letter of law. On Tuesday, Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray had announced tough restrictions to prevent the rise of COVID 19 cases and it included a ban on gatherings and only essential activities to break the chain of Covid infections.

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“Zomato is prepared to provide the essential food delivery service post 8pm in Mumbai, but we are not doing so because we are abiding by the letter of the law. I see our competition is continuing to operate post 8pm. I urge @MumbaiPolice to please clarify the way forward here.” read the tweet of Deepinder who added the screen shot of Swiggy advertisement.

Here’s his tweet :

Responding to this tweet of Deepinder, Mumbai Police said that the government’s notification about Home delivery doesn’t specify any time limit. “Kindly read the Govt Notification. It says that Home Delivery is allowed but there is no time limit specified.” the reply of Mumbai Police read.


Many users of social media platforms came up with reactions making fun of the scenario. “You literally added some food to the cart and checked whether they are allowing you to place the order. Well played” said a twitter user to Deepinder whereas another one said “Teacher teacher, please see what Rahul, Sriharsha and Nandan are doing behind your back”

Check out some of the reactions below :


On Wednesday, Mumbai Police issued fresh prohibitory orders under section 144 of the CrPC, banning the gatherings of five or more people at a place. The restrictions will last for the next 15 days, said the official reports.

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