Suicide of Genpact executive raises question on #MeToo movement| Master Stroke

20 Dec 2018 10:39 PM

Suicide of Genpact executive raises question on #MeToo movement| Master Stroke

Updated 20 Dec 2018 10:39 PM

A senior executive of multinational professional services firm Genpact committed suicide this week. The executive, Swaroop Raj, was accused of sexual harassment by two employees at the firm.
Swaroop was the assistant vice-president of Genpact, a US-based professional services firm that has offices in Delhi-NCR. He had been suspended from his company over the allegations till the case was being probed.
Swaroop joined Genpact in 2007. He was from Ernakulam, Kerala; and stayed at Noida's Paramount Society with his wife Kriti.

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