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Kunal Kamra Blasts Zomato CEO Deepinder Goyal For ‘Hack’ World Record Claim

Mr Kamra questioned the average income and working hours of their delivery partners.

Edited By : News24 Desk | Updated: Jun 14, 2024 11:34 IST
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Comedian Kunal Kamra recently criticized Zomato founder and CEO Deepinder Goyal when he shared a message about the company’s new achievement. Goyal said his food delivery platform set a Guinness World Record for the “largest first aid delivery in one place”. He added that currently more than 30,000 distribution partners are trained to provide first aid in critical traffic accidents.

“Yesterday in Mumbai we broke the Guinness World Record for largest first aid hour in one location with 4,300 delivery partners. Over 30,000 @zomato delivery partners are now trained to provide medical and critical roadside assistance. Cheers, and big congratulations to these Indian emergency responders heroes. ,” said Shark Tank India judge X (formerly Twitter). Goyal also shared pictures of the workout along with the Guinness World Record certificate.

However, Kamra questioned the average earnings and working hours of his distribution partners. He wrote on the microblogging platform, ‘Can you tell me the number of delivery partners with their average income and working hours in the last 3 months? No, you can’t. But you can tell me how many kilos of biryani were ordered. right now are you such a hacker…’

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Since sharing, her message has gained more than 2.2 million views and five thousand likes on the platform. The Internet reacted to Mr. Kamra’s message with mixed feelings.

‘These platforms treat delivery partners like machines. Social media interactions are nothing but drama,’ comments a user

“Brother, he runs a successful for-profit company and employs thousands. And no one is forced to work there – if they feel they’re being taken advantage of, all they have to do is delete the app. It’s that simple.” said the user

A third added: “Kunal bhai! Love your comedy, love everything about it. But don’t understand this tweet. He runs a legitimate business and is quite profitable. The economy will decide if he pays below market value, his workers will go somewhere. Otherwise not sure what the problem is.”

“Zomato, Swiggy, and many other fast delivery guys are so harmful on the roads. They don’t follow traffic rules and drive recklessly,” one person wrote.

Some people also praised Zomato for training its delivery partners.”

A great initiative!” noted the user.

Another added: “That’s what I call a leader with a noble vision and how well these two things complement each other.”

“Wow, great! Congratulations! You are solving people’s problems on a larger scale. That makes Zomato a truly purposeful brand,” the person added.

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First published on: Jun 14, 2024 11:34 AM IST

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