Job To Wife Of Deceased Zomato Delivery Man

Job To Wife Of Deceased Zomato Delivery Man: A few days back Salil Tripathi a Zomato delivery executive died in a road accident on duty in Rohini, Delhi. Last week Salil Tripathi was waiting to collect a food order and an SUV driven by Delhi Police constable rammed him and he died on spot.

Salil was a hotel management graduate and recently lost his job as a restaurant manager and joined Zomato. He has a wife and a 10-year-old son at home.

Deepinder Goyal, founder of Zomato tweeted that all employees of Zomato have collected a fund of Rs 12 lakh for Salil’s family. His family will also receive Rs 10 lakh as part of insurance cover.

Goyal also announced that he will provide a job to Salil’s wife in the company. His announcement read, “After the family is past grieving, we will make every effort to provide a job to Salil’s wife Sucheta (depending on whether she wants it), so that she can run her household and support her 10-year-old son’s education going forward.”

“We are deeply aggrieved by the death of our delivery partner Salil Tripathi in an unfortunate road incident. We are extending all possible support to help the family get through this..,” said Goyal in his tweet.

Meanwhile, Mr. Goyal’s tweet also noted Zomato’s collective efforts to aid the family during this difficult time. “In addition to the above, Zomato employees have collectively contributed ₹ 12 lacs towards the family’s future…Needless to say, we continue to be there for the bereaved family to ensure they have the financial and emotional support required in this difficult time.”

On Saturday night, Tripathi was waiting to deliver a food order when a speeding SUV hit his bike in Rohini’s Budh Vihar area, killing him instantly. The drunk police constable driving the vehicle has been arrested in connection with the incident, said the police.

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“On the night of January 8 in Budh Vihar area, a car hit a DTC bus and a bike rider. This car was being driven by Delhi Police constable Mahendra whose posting was in Rohini North police station. Prima facie, it looks like Mahendra was very drunk,” the police said.

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