Twitter, owned by Elon Musk, is reportedly looking to shed its coworking spaces in Delhi and Mumbai. The process for vacating offices was initiated in December last year.
In Mumbai’s BKC district, 150 employees work for the company, while in Delhi’s Qutub district, 80 work for The Executive Centre.
This was due to global changes within the company, according to sources. The company also reportedly ceased offering co-working spaces in Bengaluru.
Due to a failed rent payment, Musk asked the remaining staff at Twitter headquarters in Singapore to stop coming to work and work remotely this week.
In an email, Twitter employees were asked to leave the CapitaGreen building and work from home in response to the decision.
Casey Newton of Platformer said in a tweet on Thursday, “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,” he posted.
In the US, Twitter has been sued as it failed to pay $136,250 rent for its office space.