International Day Of Persons With Disability: Man On Wheelchair Walks The World To Inclusion
December 1st, 2019 / 3:14 PM
They say circumstances and situations in life cannot dim one’s optimism. Manoj Kumar, a differently-abled person with his herculean prowess proves the same in all his might. He braved the challenges that life brought in his way and today stands tall headed as a delivery partner with Swiggy. His story, as much as it’s inspiring has also endearingly touched many hearts.
The story of Manoj started when he was about six years old. On an unfortunate day, his body temperature went up causing him a terrible fever. As a matter of regretful luck, the doctor gave him a wrong injection that caused his one leg to paralyse permanently. With his ‘never give up attitude’, he rebuilt himself and happened to open an NGO for the disabled to help them achieve their dreams.
After having an NGO in place, he got this idea to join Swiggy. According to him, working as a delivery partner opened him up to a world of new people who he would meet every day on his job. Manoj, with a glint on his face, says how people he meets encourages him, tells him wonderful things and bless him for his success. In time, when Manoj himself saw how lucrative it was to work with Swiggy, he decided to also get people from his NGO to join as well.
We’re proud to meet and work with people like Mr. Manoj Kumar, people whose ability far outweighs what their disability stops them from doing. This #WorldDisabilityDay and every other day, Swiggy continues to provide the same opportunity to anyone with ability and the will to win. #LeaveNoOneBehind
Swiggy ಅವರಿಂದ ಈ ದಿನದಂದು ಪೋಸ್ಟ್ ಮಾಡಲಾಗಿದೆ ಶನಿವಾರ, ನವೆಂಬರ್ 30, 2019
Currently, all of them who work with Swiggy continue to do so with renewed fervour every day. This ‘International Day of Persons with disability’ on December 3rd, the brand has come forward to support the differently-abled people with its latest initiative #LeaveNoOneBehind. Swiggy believes in the spirit of inclusivity and has stepped up to be an agent of change and help people with disability to work and be visible.
The story of gritty people like Manoj Kumar continues to inspire and impact the lives of many people like him. The Logical Indian appreciates Swiggy for showing overwhelming support to the people of the differently-abled community and empowering them by proving financial independence.