Zomato delivery man denying assault on Bengaluru girl

Helen Dunmore
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Bengaluru: The Zomato food delivery guy, who is suspect of assaulting a lady client, has now rejected the allegations against him,  he says “let the reality win”.

Bengaluru girl named Hitesha Chandranee suspect a Zomato delivery boy for assaulting her and punch her in her nose. “She refused to pay to the order as i used to be late for the delivery and asked it without charge,” Kamaraj, the suspect, told ANI.

Zomato delivery man denying assault on Bengaluru girl
Zomato delivery man denying assault on Bengaluru girl

“She started abusing me and beat me with slippers and at some purpose in time whereas safeguarding myself, my left hand was bearing all her force on me and also the ring that she worn hit her nose by herself and it started hemorrhage.

Two days when a Zomato boy allegedly abused a Bengaluru girl following a delayed delivery, the suspect man has claimed that the content creator herself was responsible. She then accidentally hurt herself throughout the incident, inflicting her to bleed, he told The News. The Zomato’s founder meanwhile, these days same that the corporate was, for now, paying attention to either side of the story, however conjointly tweeted that their representative had one amongst the very best performance ratings on the platform.     

The incident came to lightweight on Wednesday when the lady, Hitesha Chandranee, shared videos during which she narrated her ordeal, showing the wound allegedly caused by the assault by the Zomato guy known as Kamaraj.

If not, I’ll fight it wrongfully. I even have a mother with co-morbid conditions, my father died fifteen years back, and I’m the sole wage earner for my family. I’m operating in Zomato for the past twenty six months with 4.7 ratings. As of now, the corporate has blocked my ID till this case completes and warranted of taking it back once the matter resolves,” he added.

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Chandranee on Tues narrated the incident on one amongst her social media handles, wherever she will be able to be seen with a bloody injury on her nose.

In the video announce on Instagram, Chandranee accused that Kamaraj hit her whereas she was talking to a Zomato client care government relating to the late order.

Hours when Chandranee upload the video, Kamaraj was in remission by the Bengaluru police. However, he was granted conditional bail on weekday.

Zomato saw the incident through social media, apologising for constant and familiar that Kamaraj had been delisted from the platform.

A day when the incident happened, he was in remission and questioned for 2 hours and later free on a conditional bail. However currently I even have to pay 25,000 for legal expenses to forestall my arrest,” Kamaraj told The News Minute.

Zomato founder MR Goyal tweeted “Right from the get go, our upmost priority has been to urge to the reality.”

He same the corporate can follow the legal procedures and assist either side Ms Chandranee and zomato guy Kamaraj until the probe is finished. Lets see what case turned to. Whose is your opinion is not guilty?

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Helen Dunmore

Hey, I'm Helen Dunmore an article writer from London Ontario, Canada. I had done a master's in mass communication and M.Phill in political science and attended many College Journalism Broadcast programs where I wrote and won. I previously had attended Humber College for media studies which included writing for television and news. I have written several publications for many news related websites. Have experience more than 7 years, yeah quite a lot for you. I love writing, an expert in article writing. Currently doing article writing for many blog posts and work as an author for many web sites. Reading is my hobby, love books more than anything in my life.

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