"The resolution for capital reduction was passed with an overwhelming majority in the Extraordinary General Meeting of Wipro Enterprises Limited (WEL)," a company statement said late on Tuesday night.
It said, "However, some of the shareholders who were present in the EGM expressed that they have been holders for generations and possess a sentimental attachment to the company and would like to continue holding the stock."
The company, which was demerged from the flagship firm Wipro in 2012, had called the EGM to reduce its share capital to Rs 476.14 crore from Rs 492.32 crore.
Stating that WEL expressed immense gratitude for the trust these shareholders repose in the company and for the faith in its management, the statement said, "The company assured the shareholders that their sentiments will be addressed by following the due process of law."

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