Zomato employees will contribute ₹12 lakh to the family of delivery partner who was killed in a road accident
Salil Tripathiworked as a Zomato delivery executiveto earn extra income.
- The restaurant aggregator business will also help the Tripathi family with an insurance grant of ₹10 lakh.
- “We will make every effort to provide a job to Salil’s wife Sucheta,”
ZomatoCEO Deepinder Goyalsaid.
“After the family is past the 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 the household and support her 10 year old son’s education going forward,” Zomato’s founder and chief executive, Deepinder Goyal, announced on Twitter.
Zomato has also highlighted that they have been personally assisting the family with ongoing expenses.
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 – pic.twitter.com/yJOUDsPpet— Deepinder Goyal (@deepigoyal) January 13, 2022
The 38-year-old restaurant manager — who also worked as a Zomato delivery executive to earn extra income — was killed in a road accident on January 10 after a Delhi police constable rammed his car into his bike. The constable was allegedly under the influence of alcohol.
Tripathi was the sole breadwinner of the family and he lived in Delhi with his mother, wife and a son. His father had recently died of Covid-19.
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