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Lucknow employees seek Modi’s intervention after TCS decides to move out

Many employees have written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking his intervention after TCS decided to wind up its operations in Lucknow.   They have also appealed to Union information and technology minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, chief minister Yogi   Adityanath and deputy chief minister Dinesh Sharma to persuade the company to stay back Lucknow.

Staff correspondent, NewsCrunch

Many employees have written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking his intervention after TCS decided to wind up its operations in Lucknow. 

They have also appealed to Union information and technology minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, chief minister Yogi

Adityanath and deputy chief minister Dinesh Sharma to persuade the company to stay back Lucknow.

The Hindustan Times reports that the India’s Number One software services firm TCS has decided to close its operations in Lucknow and shift to Noida by end of this year.

It has assured that all the 2,000 employees working in Lucknow would be absorbed in its other offices in the country.

It has decided not to renew the lease of its office space in Lucknow and also formally communicated its decision to employees on Wednesday. 

 

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