Yes, no Mc spicy chicken for the next two weeks, as bad as it sounds, it feels the same writing about this, given the fact that McD is my favorite weekend getaway food outlet.
We seriously don’t like to be the ones to break this news to all you burger fans in the city - your favorite restaurant - McDonald’s- is for a while shutting all its outlets across north and east India. This means that for the next two weeks, the burger freaks in Delhi would sadly have to do without Big Mac and McFlurry. Such a decision came in the wake of a big business reshuffle in the fast food giant’s domestic operations.
The famous multinational foods company just ended a six-year-long fiasco with its estranged India Partner - Vikram Bakshi - and bought out his 50 percent stake in the company. It is noteworthy that Vikram Bakshi’s Connaught Plaza Restaurants Ltd. had shut down more than 40 McDonald's outlets in Delhi a couple of years back due to which there was a growing dispute between the two companies. McDonalds now has completely taken over Bakshi’s CPRL and has handed over its reigns to Robert Hunghanfoo, who will run operations for the company’s 160 outlets across north and east India.
McDonald's, thus, is about to stop operations across all its outlets in north and east India for the next two weeks in order to execute a smooth transition of ownership. The company will engage its employees in training for enhanced customer service and satisfaction in this period. All McDonald's outlets in the capital city will restart its operation in an even more effective manner after two weeks, starting from May 9.
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