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Ola CEO Bhavish Aggarwal's video with stray dog during office meeting goes viral

A tweet by Bhavish Aggarwal CEO of multinational company Ola with a stray dog has rocked the internet as the 13-second video has breached over 100,000-mark. The video shows him in a jovial mood and redefines how office meetings can be turned cool and interesting.

Ola CEO Bhavish Aggarwal's video with stray dog during office meeting goes viral-ycb
Bengaluru, First Published Aug 20, 2021, 6:31 PM IST

Founder and CEO of cab aggregator Ola and Ola electrical scooter, Bhavish Agarwal with a one-line caption on a 13-second video on his Twitter handle has redefined the concept of 'office meeting' by playing with a stray dog.

The 35-year-old CEO whose company has adopted a number of stray dogs in the city, can be seen doing a back rub and playing with a stray dog while sitting on a wooden rest placed in the corner side of the office in Bengaluru.

Aggarwal can be seen with one of his staff discussing an office meeting in the video while playing with the dog and also captioned it in his official Twitter handle saying, "The best way to do meetings." The video was posted on Wednesday evening and within 40 hours it has been viewed 108.7k times and flooded with volleys of comments.

Bhavish Agarwal recently took a ride on his soon-to-be-launched Ola e-scooter on Bengaluru streets and the video of the same was used for a teaser explaining the feature of the scooter.

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The office campus photos earlier also have shown how stray dogs are having a free run everywhere. The company has no reservation for some employees bringing their pets to the workplace.

The dogs are vaccinated, a collar band has been put on their neck for recognition.

Meanwhile, Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike's Animal Husbandry department survey reports says that the IT city has about 3.8 lakh stray dogs and under its Animal Birth Control program, the palike has covered neuteralising 54% of them.

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