Limbawali, who is also a former minister, also encouraged them to hire locals for low-paying positions. He said he had seen cases where tech companies hired illegal Bangladeshi immigrants for low-paying jobs. unskilled work.
The MLA voiced its demands at the launch of Intel’s state-of-the-art R&D center on Friday and urged the Union’s Minister of State for Electronics and Technology Rajeev Chandrasekhar use his influence with Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai to allocate more funds to support his constituency, as it is home to many technology companies employing thousands of people.
Companies in his constituency are the biggest taxpayers for the local BBMP, state and central governments, a senior BJP leader said, adding that he expects the twin-engine government to provide more funds for the development of Mahadevapur.
At the same time, he also told tech companies to look out for nearby government buildings that house schools, colleges and hospitals that are in poor financial condition. He encouraged them to spend part of their CSR budget on improving public infrastructure, including the purchase of equipment for hospitals, schools and colleges.
Mahadevapur there are hundreds of technology companies on the outskirts of Bangalore, including HP,
Intel, Accenture and Capgemini, as well as many technology parks.
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