Published On: Thu, Jun 29th, 2017

McDonald’s Shuts Fourth Outlet In Delhi, Food Lovers Disappointed

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McDonald is shutting down its outlets in Delhi and this has baffled Delhites. The fourth store closed on Thursday, leaving Connaught Place with just one functioning in block N-10.

There are 55 McDonalds outlets in the capital and the chain has decided to shut down 43 of it, leaving the people confounded.

For many teens the McDonlads at Delhi University has been the popular hangout place for years, but the decision of management has affected it too.

McDonald's Shuts Fourth Outlet In Delhi, Food Lovers Disappointed

The decision comes after failure in renewing the licenses. The fourth shut down was by the North and East India licensee Connaught Plaza Restaurants Pvt Ltd (CPRL), which is a local joint venture between Mcdonalds and Bakshi.

The shut down has affected many of the clientele of McDonalds including students and parents with their children. People have become disappointed after finding the store closed suddenly at CP.

An insider said the management is doing whatever possible to help their staff and employees will be placed in other outlets.

A senior official of McDonalds said, “I don’t know how long it will be till the outlets re-open but I assure you it will be soon.”

Additional CP licensing unit K K Vyas said McDonlads has not yet applied for license renewal after it expired on March 31, 2017.

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