RSS calls Infosys ‘High Shop, Fade Dish’, know the matter

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RSS calls Infosys 'High Shop, Fade Dish', know the matter


New Delhi. The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) -related weekly magazine ‘Panchjanya’ has attacked indigenous software developers for the flaws in the FOSS-developed Goods and Services Tax (GST) and Income Tax portal, asking whether it has “anti-national power” to hurt India’s economic interests. Trying to.

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In its latest edition, ‘Panchjanya’ has published a four-page cover story of Infosys titled ‘Sakh O Agatta’ and a picture of its founder Narayan Murthy is on the cover page. The article attacks the Bengaluru-based company and describes it as a ‘high shop, faded dish’. Calling the article “anti-national”, Congress leader Jairam Ramesh said in a tweet that it was an attempt to remove blame from the government and should be condemned.

Ramesh said, “The inhumane attack on Infosys in the publication of RSS is reprehensible and in fact anti-national. Companies like Infosys have changed their position in India and the world.

These portals, developed by Infosys, regularly face problems, causing inconvenience to taxpayers and investors, the article said, adding that such incidents have “damaged the confidence of taxpayers in the Indian economy”.

The article says that government agencies and agencies never hesitate to award contracts to Infosys for important websites and portals as it is one of the leading software companies in India. The article is surprising, “Due to errors in both the GST and Income Tax Return Portal developed by Infosys, the confidence of taxpayers in the country’s economy has been eroded. Is any anti-national force trying to hurt India’s economic interests through Infosys?”

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Although the article states that there is no specific evidence for the paper to support it, it does say that Infosys has been repeatedly accused of helping “Naxalite, leftist and fragmented gangs”.

It further asked whether Infosys would “provide similar low quality services to its overseas customers”? When contacted, Hitesh Shankar, editor of Panchjanya, said Infosys is a big company and the government has given it a very important job based on its credibility. “The flaws in these tax portals are a matter of national concern and those responsible should be held accountable,” Shankar said.

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