McDonald's temporary closure in Delhi did not particularly bother anyone. Customers who did not know came, saw the shuttered stores and moved to the next food outlet
On 29 June, people in Delhi woke up to life without McDonald’s. Twenty one years after the golden arches first appeared in the country, there would be no big Maharaja Mac, no fries, no McPuff in the nation’s capital, as Connaught Plaza Restaurants Pvt. Ltd (CPRL), its north and east India licensee shut 41 of its 55 restaurants following its failure to renew their eating house licences.