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Indian company Koo will give jobs to the employees removed from Twitter!

After buying Twitter by Elon Musk, a large number of employees have been fired from Twitter Layoffs. Indian employees of the company also came in the grip of the ‘storm’ that came in Twitter due to Musk’s arrival. Now it looks like Indian micro-blogging platform, Koo is about to make up for it. The company plans to hire ex-Twitter employees. Koo’s co-founder Mayank Bidawatka has indicated this. In his tweet, he has expressed his intention to hire ex-Twitter employees.

K00 co-founder Mayank Bidawatka has said that he is ready to take on Twitter employees who have either been fired or have said goodbye to Twitter due to Musk’s decrees. In his tweet, he wrote, #RIPTwitter. We will be hiring some former Twitter employees as we continue to expand and move toward our next big round. He wrote to former Twitter employees that they deserve to work where their talents are valued.

Koo has carved a niche for itself as a homegrown microblogging platform. Launched just 3 years ago, the platform recently reported that it has crossed 50 million downloads. Koo started when the Covid pandemic was at its peak in the country. The platform has quickly become popular by making its presence felt in regional languages. The central government and its ministers have also joined this platform in large numbers.

Talk about Twitter, after the acquisition of Twitter by Elon Musk, the company was heavily retrenched. From the top level to a common employee, the retrenchment fell. In India too, Twitter employees have lost their jobs on a large scale. About 3700 people were sent an e-mail informing them that they have been removed. Recently, Musk gave a message to the staff of Twitter. He asked the workers to tell whether they want to work for more hours in the company or resign by taking three months’ severance pay.

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