Bangalore, Oct 10 (UNI) India's second largest IT company Infosys, which has plans to invest over Rs 500 crore in West Bengal, may review its plans, according to Infosys CEO and MD Kris Gopalakrishnan here today.
Talking to newspersons, after announcing the Company's second quarterly results, Mr Gopalakrishnan said ''any state government which looks at development must also take measures to facilitate to create jobs'' Asked whether it would review its plans to invest in West Bengal after the withdrawal of Nano Project from the Left-ruled state, he replied that ''we will review when it is required.'' Refusing to make any comment on the withdrawal of Tata's small car project 'Nano' from Singur to Gujarath, he said ''we are not in Singur.'' It may be recalled that the Infosys has made an announcement of investing over Rs 500 crore in the West Bengal and the government also provided land for the Company to locate its facility near Kolkata.
The announcement of Mr Gopalakrishnan's to review its decision to invest in West Bengal assumes importance after the dramatic withdrawal of the Tata car project from the state.
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