“I am certainly positive about the Kolkata centre. There is no doubt about it,” Murthy said when asked about the future of the city unit for which the West Bengal government has allotted 50 acre at Rajarhat near here.
“There are solutions to all the problems. Therefore, there is a solution to everything which we think is unsolvable,” Murthy, now Chairman Emeritus of Infosys, told reporters on the sidelines of an event here.
While Infosys has been seeking SEZ status for the Kolkata centre, the state government has said that it was in-principle opposed to the idea.
Instead, the Mamata Banerjee led government has suggested that the Centre should extend the tax benefits given under the erstwhile Software Technology Park scheme.
Alternatively, the government is also toying with the idea of relocating the Infosys unit into any one of the existing SEZs in the state.
The Kolkata centre is likely to create 5,000 jobs.