Amit Agarwal barely noticed the crowd outside his office. It was 2015. Sitting on the first floor of a three-storeyed bungalow in HSR Layout in Bengaluru, he was peering into his laptop. The crowd got bigger, and their murmurs grew louder. Agarwal thought he heard his name being yelled out. He peered through the window and saw a crowd of 50 plus men gathered outside his makeshift office.
Agarwal didn’t understand Kannada. But he knew they were angry. He went out, followed by a few members of his team. The crowd asked him to leave. They said that he was destroying their livelihood.