Published: 03rd August 2019
#ZomatoUninstalled: Why we need a religion option in our food delivery app
People have now started rating the app with one star on the Google Playstore to teach the company a lesson
Did you know that we have had Infinity stones long before the West was even born? And it is real. Not some fantasy doodled by some Lee-man.
And Shravan is the month the gods and asuras churned out the stones from the ocean — we had 14 of them.
Bhole baba held on to strongest one that could destroy the universe — sound familiar? He is our Tony Stark, only powerful.
How can you disrupt a month dedicated for that with a non-Hindu touching our food? This is atrocious. And our Indian brothers have spoken. #ZomatoUninstalled is a trend and rightly so.
What we need is a structured set up for the food delivery firms to ask for your religion, gotra, the friends you frequently hang out with, their gotra and if you have a girlfriend then a promise that you will marry her in the next available and suitable muhurat. Simple. And once you have the data all you need to do is match the delivery exec of the same gotra to the customer.
It goes without saying that you have to have a proper investigation to find out if the delivery boy is of the gotra he claims to be and comes from a good family and the usual chanting drill — just to be sure. We are giving them the business for billions, this is the least these firms can do to protect the sanctity of the country.
People have now started rating the app with one star on the Google Playstore to teach the company a lesson. This was bound to happen. You cannot favour halal meat and forget your aloo-gobi-matar — there will be repercussions. That too during Shravan. Justifying it will only make it worse. Why do you just have a Halal tag and not a 'Safe for Shravan' tag?
(The views are the author's hungry stomach's and Snickers is not solving the problem. But it means no harm to food or to people delivering it. As long as it reaches on time)