New Delhi: The dispute between fintech platform BharatPe and former CEO of the company Ashneer Grover is going on in the court. In the dispute case of 88.6 crores, there was news that there could be a settlement between the two in court, but now clarification has come from BharatPe. BharatPe has clarified that no settlement talks are going on between the company and Ashneer Grover. Let us tell you that BharatPe had filed a petition in the Delhi High Court against Ashneer Grover, his wife and his family in the Rs 88.6 crore fraud case. This matter is still being fried. The company said that reports suggesting any kind of tie-up between BharatPe and Grover or his family are baseless and untrue.
A case was registered by BharatPe in December 2022 against Ashneer Grover, his wife and family on several serious allegations like cheating, misappropriation of funds, forgery, document forgery and embezzlement. Now the company has given its answer in this matter. Fintech platform BharatPe on Monday said that no settlement talks are on between the company and its former founder and managing director Ashneer Grover. The company said in a statement to IANS that reports suggesting any tie-up between BharatPe and Mr Grover or his family are completely baseless and untrue.
BharatPe initiated legal proceedings against Grover and his family members through a civil suit in the Delhi High Court and was booked by the Economic Offenses Wing in December 2022 for cheating, misappropriation of funds, criminal breach of trust, forgery, document forgery and embezzlement. Along with the complaint of the criminal complaint. BharatPe said, we have full faith in the judicial and legal system of the country. The Delhi High Court had earlier issued summons to Grover and his wife Madhuri Jain Grover over a lawsuit filed by the company, seeking to restrain them from making defamatory statements against the fintech firm, alleging the couple was involved in misappropriation of funds. Was.
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