Campaign India Team
Oct 12, 2018

#MeToo: Tata Motors' head of corporate communications asked to go on leave

Allegations of harassment were made against him

#MeToo: Tata Motors' head of corporate communications asked to go on leave
Suresh Rangarajan, head of corporate communications, Tata Motors, has been asked to go on leave by the company as they investigate an harassment allegation made against him on Twitter.
Tata Motors took to Twitter to respond to complaints made against him.
Earlier in the evening, Sandhya Menon had taken to Twitter to post screenshots of complaints received against him. 
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