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Ronit Roy Expresses Concern After Almost Incident with Swiggy Rider

Actor Ronit Roy expressed concern over a Swiggy delivery person riding on the wrong side of the road, putting themselves at risk and potentially causing an accident. Ronit took to X (formerly Twitter) to share the incident, highlighting the delivery person’s violation of traffic rules and questioning Swiggy’s responsibility for their riders’ safety.

Ronit’s tweet suggested that the delivery person rode an electric moped in the wrong direction, against oncoming traffic. He urged Swiggy to provide instructions on proper riding practices to avoid potential accidents. In response, Swiggy acknowledged the concern and assured Ronit that they would look into the matter, emphasizing the expectation for delivery partners to follow traffic rules.

Swiggy responded to Ronit’s tweet, expressing their expectation for delivery partners to follow traffic rules. They requested additional details from Ronit to take necessary action. The exchange on social media underscores the role of technology-driven platforms in addressing concerns raised by users and ensuring the safety and compliance of their service providers.

A Twitter user responded to Swiggy’s tweet, suggesting that the responsibility for following basic traffic rules lies with the rider and not the platform.

This incident sheds light on the challenges faced by food delivery platforms in ensuring the adherence of their delivery partners to traffic regulations. Safety concerns, particularly related to the use of electric mopeds, have become a subject of discussion and scrutiny in the context of online food delivery services.

Ronit Roy is a well-known actor in the Indian entertainment industry, with a career spanning television and films. He gained fame for his roles in TV shows like “Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi” and “Kasautii Zindagii Kay.” His tweet reflects a broader concern about the responsible behavior of delivery personnel associated with online platforms.

Ronit Roy was last seen in the heist thriller film “Farrey,” released in November 2023. The movie, directed by Soumendra Padhi, is an official remake of the 2017 Thai film “Bad Genius” and received attention at the 54th International Film Festival of India.


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