Elon Musk wipes out entire Twitter team in India! – Dekho News

Elon recently bought Twitter for $44 billion

CEO Parag Agarwal was pulled out of the company soon after the acquisition

Now the global workforce including India is being reduced.

The expulsion of senior executives and layoffs of employees has started after Elon Musk bought Twitter. On Friday, Twitter announced massive layoffs in India. At present, it is not known how many employees will be fired by the company, but let us tell you that more than 250 employees work in Twitter in India.

According to NDTV, Twitter has completely sacked the marketing and communication department in India. Elon Musk, the new owner of the social media platform, is reported to be cutting staff around the world to fix Twitter’s financial situation and make its $44 billion acquisition viable. As we mentioned, after this acquisition, Musk was the first to sack the company’s CEO Parag Agarwal, as well as the Chief Finance Officer and some other senior executives.

Elon Musk has launched massive layoffs to reduce the company’s global workforce. The report states that a Twitter India employee told PTI-Bhasha on the condition of anonymity, “The layoffs have started. Some of my colleagues have received email information about this.”

The US-based social media platform had earlier said in an internal email to employees, “We will go through the difficult process of reducing our Globev workforce on Friday in an effort to get Twitter back on track. Everyone will receive a personalized email.”

The report says that the company will temporarily close all offices for the safety of employees as well as the Twitter system and customer data. Twitter wrote to its employees, ‘If you are in the office or going to the office, please return home.’

Shubham Bangwal

Shubham Bangwal Senior Journalist at People News Chronicle whose Special interest is in Politics, Crime, Entertainment and Technology news.

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