Zomato Gives Written Complaint To Jabalpur Police Over Tweet Controversy

02 Aug 2019 11:43 AM

Zomato Gives Written Complaint To Jabalpur Police Over Tweet Controversy

Updated 02 Aug 2019 11:43 AM

The Jabalpur police in Madhya Pradesh on Thursday sought an undertaking from Zomato customer and local resident Amit Shukla that he would not spread religious hatred. Shukla had tweeted about cancelling an order placed on Zomato, a food agreegator firm, as the person who was assigned for delivering his order was a "non-Hindu". "We took suo motu (on their own) action against Shukla," Superintendent of Police (SP) Amit Singh told PTI. A notice was issued to Shukla demanding a written undertaking that he would not spread hatred which may disturb social and religious harmony, the officer said. The police has also put him under surveillance, he said. 

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