After the post went viral, McDonald’s Thailand issued a statement apologising for the incident. In a letter posted on Facebook, the brand also assured customers its employees would follow the global fast-food chain’s safety standards.
McDonald’s India last month terminated the franchise licence of 169 outlets run by Bakshi-led Connaught Plaza Restaurants Ltd (CPRL) in north and east India alleging breach of contract of terms and payment default.
When contacted, Bakshi said: “We have been reliably informed by suppliers to CPRL that they have received letters from Robert Vee Chong, a Director on the board of MIPL, indirectly pressurising them to stop supplies to 169 restaurants run by CPRL.”
NCLT has issued show-cause notice to McDonald’s Corporation and its Indian arm over the contempt plea filed by Vikram Bakshi. He had alleged that by terminating the licence, the food giant has violated the NCLT order which reinstated him as the Managing Director of CPRL
Yesterday, the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) had dismissed Bakshi’s petition against cancellation of franchise licence agreement to CPRL, following which Bakshi moved an appeal before NCLAT.
Vikram Bakshi had filed a contempt plea before the NCLT against termination of franchise license of 169 outlets in the north and east India last month by McDonald’s.
Vikram Bakshi was ousted from the post at McDonald’s franchisee in August 2013, following which he approached National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLT) in September the same year. He has been at loggerheads with McDonald’s over management of CPRL.
Last week, NCLAT had given the two parties time till August 30 to consider settling their dispute internally. McDonalds has been at loggerheads with Bakshi since 2013 over the management of Connaught Plaza Restaurant Ltd (CPRL) — their 50:50 joint venture enterprise.
The order came during the hearing of McDonald’s appeal against the National Company Law Tribunal’s July 13 order that reinstated Bakshi as managing director of Connaught Plaza Restaurant (CPRL), its 50:50 JV firm with Bakshi that outlets in north and east India.
McDonald’s has terminated franchisee agreement for the 169 outlets in north and east that were operated by Connaught Plaza Restaurant Ltd (CPRL), the joint venture (JV) with Bakshi.
Nick, who hails from Louisiana, posted a couple of gross greasy pictures of a metal tray, that he says came out of the ice cream machine at a McDonald’s eatery.
Winding lines outside the Basant Lok outlet indicated the emergence of the big American dream, as Sunday family outings revolved around a visit to the burger joint.
When contacted, McDonald’s said, “the eating house licenses of a number of McDonald’s restaurants in Delhi have expired”. Since last two years, Vikram Bakshi and McDonald’s are at loggerheads over control of CPRL and arbitration proceeding is being pursued by the food chain.
McDonald’s thereafter revoked the JVA stating that the dispute should be resolved through arbitration and no civil court should interfere in the proceedings and invoked arbitration in the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA).
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