Amazon is moving to cut down on the number of people working at its headquarters in India

Amazon has been working with India’s government to cut its workforce, according to the Indian business publication The Hindu.

According to the publication, Amazon India said it will begin phasing out all of its Indian employees from June 1, 2019, as it seeks to reduce its carbon footprint.

The move comes in response to a 2016 law that has resulted in Amazon cutting more than 80 percent of its footprint in the country, including the construction of its first headquarters.

Amazon announced last week it would shutter the Delhi office of its main competitor in India, Flipkart, to reduce the number in the company of employees working at the country’s largest technology company.