`Don`t deliver bhaang`, Zomato tells user; Delhi Police joins in


As Holi posts and memes flood social media ahead of the festival of colors, a post by Zomato stated that they “Do not give bhang ki pill“, has gone viral.

Twitter user Shubham was repeatedly asking if the platform provides “bhang ki goli”.

In response, Zomato said: “Someone please tell Shubham from Gurgaon that we don’t deliver. Bhang ki pill. He has asked us 14 times.

Delhi Police also joined the conversation, posting: “If anyone meets Shubham… tell him not to drive if he consumes bhang”.

The tweet caught the attention of many people on the platform and drew many reactions.

“Hi @zomato, I live in Delhi not Gurugram. Eating bhang has been a ritual. Holi every year, more so because my birthday falls on Holi. Please try to understand my situation,” a user responded to Zomato’s tweet.

‘Bhang’ is made from the leaves of the hemp plant and is usually eaten “chilled” at Holi or mixed with certain foods. When the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act of 1985 classified hemp as a “drug”, it exempted hemp on social and cultural grounds.

Read more: A guide to hemp, and how to consume this herb safely

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