A Hindu man canceled his order from the application-based food delivery service because the deliveryman belonged to another religion....

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A Hindu man canceled his order from the application-based food delivery service because the deliveryman belonged to another religion.

The company responded by taking a position and receiving praise on social media.

The user of the application complained to the company of how the service had "assigned a non-Hindu user" to deliver an order. He added that the company had stated "they can not change the additional clause and can not refund the cancellation".

Enraged by the cancellation fees, the man threatened the service with filing charges.

The user was also sharing a conversation with the company help desk, who wanted to know what the problem was with the user.

"We have Shrawan and I do not need a delivery from another Muslim," the user wrote in the conversation.

The company replied that a cancellation after the deliveryman would have recovered the order would cost 233 Rs.

The user claimed that the company had blocked access to the details of his order on the site.

"Now that the history of my last order has been blocked, I asked them to cancel it, they did it because they do not show details on the site, they can prove that I ordered 'cancellation without refund', added the user.

When the man's complaint caught his attention, the company wrote on Twitter to reply, "Food has no religion, it is a religion."

Then the CEO of the company also intervened with a tweet in which he defended the decision of the company.

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