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Indian origin data scientist fired from service after his video surfaces of raiding food banks

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HT Digital,

New Delhi, April 24: Mehul Prajapati, an Indian-origin data scientist at TD Bank in Canada, was terminated from his position following a social media backlash.

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The termination came as a result of a video shared by Prajapati where he detailed exploiting student food banks for obtaining ‘free food’, claiming to save ‘hundreds of bucks’ monthly.

He even showcased a week’s worth of groceries, including fruits, vegetables, bread, and canned goods obtained from these food banks.

Food banks in Canada, typically utilized by low-income families or financially challenged students, are charity-run initiatives providing essential food items to those in need.

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