On Sunday Abhishek Mishra booked his ride but later canceled his booking after knowing that his driver was a Muslim. Why would someone cancel his Ola ride on religious discrimination issues?

This contention had Twitter on a firestorm with a large number of people demanding Ola to block Mishra's account. There was still a club of people who were with Abhishek Mishra's 'right to choose' discrimination act. Ola is efficiently a secular platform like India. No one in our country is discriminated by his caste, creed, race, gender, or religion, not even particularly our drivers or customers, in this issue mentioned above.

Everything the company has said so far gives us a summary that Ola demands to treat its customers with respect and in return expects the same for its drivers. Hypocrisy in India is a daily dose, today.

Abhishek Mishra on Twitter has quoted about canceling his Ola ride because his driver was a Muslim and he could not pay his money to Jihadi people. By attaching a screenshot of his Ola ride which had Masood Aslam's name in it, Mishra has set records of Hypocrisy.

Mishra lately received a mail from Twitter which took him to the seventh cloud as his account couldn't be blocked and criticised Facebook for taking his post up to suppress his discriminated voice.

Abhishek Mishra alleges that he is an engaged member of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal — both of which associate with the BJP's ideological Guru, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).

Mishra is reportedly followed by many VIPs and ministers on Twitter.

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