DUBAI: A Chinese Telecom company has removed its Indian national employees from it Tehran and Doha units, sources said Wednesday.
The Chinese telecom company has operative units in Tehran the capital of Iran and Doha, Qatar.
The Chinese company in Tehran received orders to sack the employees Tuesday, while similar orders were received by the company’s management in Doha where Indian employees were immediately sacked.
However, there has been no official confirmation by Iran and Qatar of dismissing Indian employees.
The reason for dismissal of Indian employees is said to be border standoff between China and India besides alleged theft of the technology.
There were also reports of sacking the Indian employees from other the company Gulf countries.
The headquarters of the Chinese telecom company is located in Guangdong province of China and deals in telecommunication networks and production of telecommunication devices.