Swiggy Notification Takes Dig at FM Nirmala Sitharaman's Ola-Uber Remark, Asks Users 'Are You a Millennial Without Car?' Twitter Reacts
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Mumbai, September 16: Online food ordering and delivery platform Swiggy took a dig at Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman's "Ola, Uber" remark on the millennials and put up a funny tweet that is being lauded on Twitter. Users are having a good laugh thanks to the tweet by Swiggy and some have even woved to order food via Swiggy because of the tweet. The online food ordering app tweeted asking customers the reason they were "staying home tonight" and presented two options, one of which read "You are a millennial with no car?" Nirmala Sitharaman Blames Millenials’ Mindset for Auto Slowdown, Says They Prefer Uber, Ola Over Buying Vehicles.

The tweet is a slight and good humoured jibe on Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman's comment that the slowdown in the auto sector in India was due to the mindset of the millennials who would rather hire cab indicators Ola and Uber than buy a four-wheeler or vehicle. Who Are Millennials? Why Is #BoycottMillennials Trending on Twitter?

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"Good One," Said Twitter Users

Swiggy is India's largest online food ordering and delivery platform. It was founded in 2014 and is based out of Bangalore, India. It has presence in over 100 Indian cities. However, the tweet by Swiggy proves that they are not only interested in helping people get food delivered, but also quench the thirst of humour among social media users.