Online food delivery platform Zomato is in the eye of a Twitter storm after one of its customer care executives referred to Hindi as the 'national language' of the country. Commenting on the ongoing scenario, Zomato chief executive Deepinder Goyal took to Twitter and said an ignorant mistake by someone in a support center of a food delivery company became a national issue. "The level of tolerance and chill in our country needs to be way higher than it is nowadays. Who's to be blamed here?", he tweeted.

Earlier in the day, Zomato issued an apology after some netizens slammed Zomato and called for its boycott. The incident was reported by a customer from Tamil Nadu after which #Reject_Zomata started to trend on Twitter.

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