True Reasons why Kirthiga Reddy Facebook India managing director steps down: The managing director of Facebook in India, Kirthiga Reddy, resigned her job in India and decides to go back to the United States to join work at the Menlo Park in California, in the head quarters of Facebook. She is firm about her action and obviously the lady definitely took such a decision under certain circumstances.
Her plan to quit her office in India and her resignation happened just after Facebook’s plans for Free Basics were blocked in India. Whether her resignation had anything to do with this or not, is not quite sure.
However, the leading social media in the world, Facebook denies any connection between Kirthiga Reddy and the Free Basics program and says that that had nothing to do with her decision. In an official declaration, the board of directors of Facebook said that Kirthiga Reddy was not really involved in the Free Basics program that was recently blocked in India and that the lady had already planned her resignation since a very long time. Also read, Kirthiga Reddy managing director of facebook resigns.
The statement also said that she had taken such a decision by her own will and that the team of Facebook was really proud of the positive work that she had done to increase the profit of Facebook in India. Kirthiga Reddy is about to leave and resign from her post in about six to twelve months to join the team in California, United States.
Kirthiga Reddy had also mentioned in a Facebook post that from the very day she got posted in India, she knew that one day she would go back to US and join the team at the headquarters in Menlo Park. She even said that this phase of life is a bitter sweet moment for the lady. She even said that since her two daughters would be starting their high school and middle school respectively the coming year, it was perhaps the perfect moment to make the right move to US.
Where Facebook made utmost efforts to bring basic free network to the deprived, the Free Basics were blocked in India on grounds of Net Neutrality.