Threat To Unity: Minister On Zomato Order Cancelled For "Non-Hindu" Rider | Read

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  • Published On: July 31, 2019
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A man cancelled his food delivery order from Zomato on Tuesday because his delivery executive was a "non-Hindu". His tweet was widely condemned, even by Zomato, and now politicians have also reacted to the controversy. Union Minister Ramdas Athawale has reacted sharply to the incident and said this is a "threat to the unity of the country."

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