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Transport union protests Dunzo 'warning to riders' about supporting strikes

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IFAT said Dunzo, which is backed by Google and Reliance Industries, and the quick-commerce industry must introspect their business model.

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A union representing transport workers has "strongly objected" to quick-commerce firm Dunzo allegedly asking delivery riders not to support strikes or other industrial action.

The Indian Federation of App-based Transport Workers (IFAT) is a registered trade union representing on-demand app-based drivers and riders. In India, this includes workers on platforms such as Ola, Uber, Swiggy, Zomato, Rapido, and Dunzo.

“We write to you today after receiving complaints from many delivery riders of Dunzo about tweets being circulated by your company team warning riders not to participate or support any industrial strike action and that the IDs of workers found to be involved

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First Published: Jul 27 2022 | 7:08 PM IST

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