E-commerce giant Flipkart has announced a temporary suspension of its services in the wake of the coronavirus crisis and the 21-day lockdown announced to prevent its spread.
The company, has, however, promised that it will be resuming its services soon, although a date is yet to be announced.
“Hello Fellow Indians, We are temporarily suspending our services. Your needs have always been our priority and our promise is that we will be back to serve you, as soon as possible,” a message displayed on the company’s website read.
“These are difficult times, times like no other. Never before, have communities stayed apart to stay safe! Never before, has being at home meant helping the nation!” it added.
Meanwhile, clothing website Myntra, which is a part of the Flipkart group has also announced that it is “temporarily not accepting any new orders.”
The company also urged all Indians to stay inside their homes during the 21-day lockdown.