A Twitter user cancelled his Ola ride. Not because of poor ratings or long ETA, but because the driver was Muslim. The user tagged and tweeted at the ride-sharing app on Twitter which sent the social media portal in a frenzy.

The company was quick to respond to the statement. And instead of a cookie-cutter response we generally see from brands, Ola replied to the remark like this.

Many Twitter users reported the man's account--for encouraging religious discrimination--in order to have it suspended.

While some showed their outrage out-rightly, others were subtle about it.

The man in question is allegedly a VHP member and defended his choice to cancel the ride by targeting users who had earlier cancelled Uber cabs due to the Hanuman sticker on them.

The debate against freedom of choice and religious discrimination continues on Twitter.