Tech giant Microsoft is hiring 100 engineers to work on its Indian operations.
The move comes amid a series of controversies surrounding the tech giant in India.
Microsoft has faced several controversies in the past, including a recent hack that affected hundreds of millions of customer accounts and a security breach that affected millions of people’s personal information.
Microsoft has also faced a number of accusations from Indian government officials over alleged corruption.
The government has accused the company of selling the Indian government’s state-owned companies to private companies, and has also accused the tech company of using government data for personal gain.
Microsoft’s hiring of the engineers is part of a larger plan to bring in foreign talent, according to the company.
In May, Microsoft announced it was hiring about 10,000 people to work at its India operations, as part of its plans to expand its presence in the country.