In this new era, everything is just a click away. You all must have ordered food through food delivery apps. You must have come across stories of hardship faced by the delivery which inspire a lot. Not just male but there are also female delivery agents who have been working relentlessly to make ends meet. Recently, a video which features a specially-abled woman delivery agent riding a wheelchair has surfaced the internet and people are applauding the woman.
Specially Abled Woman Delivers Food In Wheelchair
The chief of the Delhi Commission for Women, Swati Maliwal, on Saturday posted a video of a specially abled lady on Twitter. The woman was using a wheelchair while performing her job as a food delivery agent on Saturday. Swati spotted the specially abled woman as she was on her way to some place. By looking at her uniform, one can easily make out that the woman worked as a food delivery agent for Swiggy. While sharing the video on Twitter, Swati captioned it with a quote that read, ‘Life is for sure difficult but we too have learned to not give up. I salute this woman’s passion.’
बेशक मुश्किल है ज़िन्दगी… हमने कौनसा हार मानना सीखा है! सलाम है इस जज्बे को ♥️ pic.twitter.com/q4Na3mZsFA
— Swati Maliwal (@SwatiJaiHind) September 10, 2022
Netizens Appreciated This Specially Abled Woman’s Spirit
The video went viral soon after it was posted by Delhi’s Women Commision chief. The video featuring a specially-abled woman delivery agent riding a wheelchair has by far garnered 217.2K views. Many netizens were impressed by this anonymous delivery agent’s determination and hard work. Some netizens reposted the video while some also commented on it. One user applauded the woman’s willpower but also posed a question to society as to how they might have failed as an individual. He wrote that the handicapped people’s needs couldn’t be catered properly by us, resulting in them facing such hardships.
Yes I salute lady and her hardwork.
But it forces me to think.
Weither as a society and government, we fail to cater the needs of handicapped people.
So they need to go through such a hardship.
— Vivek Datar (@Vivek_Datar) September 10, 2022