Do not save what is left after spending; instead, spend what is left after saving. Something similar a Zomato employee from Haryana did that was noticed among all people in social media. The report suggests that a delivery boy from Zomato Saved 5 Months’ of his Salary to buy His Dream Bike KTM.
A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned
Hailing from Karnal, Haryana, Suraj worked really hard being a delivery boy for Zomato, he managed to save enough money for 5 months to buy his dream bike KTM RC 200. The price of the bike ranges between Rs 1.79 and Rs 1.92 lakh.
Deepinder Goyal, the founder of Zomato, recognized Suraj’s hard work and Tweeted about it to tell people that if you work hard enough, there is nothing that can stop you. Oh, and he also said, if you see Suraj delivering food on his new KTM RC 200, do wave at him!
“Suraj, from our Karnal (Haryana) team, saved for 5 months to buy his dream bike. If you spot him on his super cool ride, do wave. This is one of the many inspiring stories from @Zomato Delivery Universe – about folks who celebrate by staying focused on the road to success.”
Suraj, from our Karnal (Haryana) team, saved for 5 months to buy his dream bike. If you spot him on his supercool ride, do wave. 🚲👋
— Deepinder Goyal (@deepigoyal) July 1, 2019
Soon this news went viral and people were surprised by this incident. According to them, it was very surprising for the delivery boy to buy a new KTM RC 200 in such a short time span, while others wondered whether they should quit their own jobs and work for Zomato.
— vishnu nambiar (@vishnuthedb9) July 1, 2019
212000/5 = 42400
Is he earing 50k+ ?
Time to quit my job 🥵
— AKIL⍟ (@iamakilok) July 1, 2019
Bought a bike after saving for five months? How much is his salary?😱
— Tilak (@timukh) July 1, 2019
It costs around 2L!
Do you pay 40K to them?
If it's true it's more than TCS freshers salary!!!
— Sarang (@sarangDcoder) July 1, 2019
Sahi hai…I saved around 3 years for my Duke 390….kitna salary dete ho bhai…matlab ek saal save kiya toh Hyundai i20 le lunga….scheme kya hai
— Rohit Patil (@biker_doc) July 1, 2019
Is it really feasible to deliver food in the city on KTM.. 😅
— Nishil (@NishilBright) July 1, 2019
5 mnths and such bike? Eager to join Zomato now
— Hitesh Kundlia (@hiteshkundlia) July 2, 2019
Zomato pays handsome salary 😀😀
— SHASHANK BARANWAL (@followshashank1) July 1, 2019
U mean if he works for another 5 years he will deliver food in an Audi A4.
— Varun Thakkar (@varunthakkar156) July 3, 2019
Is he getting 50k + salary? If yes, then its time to quit government jobs and better becomes a zomato guy.
— Yogesh patil (@yogs_patil) July 3, 2019
Good thing is this guy working hard to fulfill his dreams not stealing and begging for money. We should appreciate that. The fact should be noted that most of delivery boys does rash bike riding and caught up with accidents they should be made aware of that
— kaustubh kargutkar (@kkmustang92) July 1, 2019
Its possible only if he stealing food from delivery and sold it in black 😂😂
— Bharat Burkule (@bharat_burkule) July 3, 2019
He just buy KTM RC 200 from his 5 months savings without loan . Plz tell me any his perks and salary so that we can encourage others also for #zomato
— BhuwneshBarfal (@BarfalBhuwnesh) July 3, 2019
Remember you only see best on the social media, the guy next to him is having scooty.
— Harsh Bhandari 🇮🇳♍ (@imrealHarsh) July 2, 2019
Does Zomato have a petrol allowance? I cannot believe he is making a smart choice doing deliveries on a KTM with it's mileage. For him or for the environment.
— Karthic Subramanian (@thekarthic) July 1, 2019