According to reports, Elon Musk owned, Twitter is looking to close its coworking spaces in Delhi and Mumbai after doing so in Bengaluru. Reports citing sources state that the office closing procedure began in December of last year. There are about 80 workers in The Executive Centre in Delhi’s Qutub district and about 150 at the WeWork facility in Mumbai’s BKC.
The sources claim that the company has left coworking facilities in Bengaluru as well, indicating that this was the result of company-wide reforms. The remaining employees of Twitter in Singapore were advised to stop coming to work and work remotely earlier this week after Musk, who failed to pay the rent for the San Francisco headquarters, reportedly failed to pay the rent.
The decision to let Twitter staff leave the CapitaGreen building and work from home was reportedly communicated to them via email. “Twitter employees were just walked out of its Singapore office – its Asia-Pacific headquarters – over nonpayment of rent”.
“Landlords walked employees out of the building,” Casey Newton of Platformer wrote in a tweet on Thursday. Due to its failure to pay the $136,250 rent for its San Francisco office premises, Twitter has been sued in the US.