This dispute between Grover and Bharatpe started with an audio clip. This viral audio clip was told about Grover to an employee of Kotak Mahindra Bank.



Ashneer Grover, who got a buzz from the reality show Shark Tank India, is not getting away from controversies. The dispute that had been going on for the last few months finally killed him and he had to leave his own company and get out. After a long tussle, Grover finally tendered his resignation on Monday.

Resignation after defeating in this case


Grover has faced defeat in a case against his own company BharatPe at the Singapore International Arbitration Center (SIAC). BharatPe is starting an investigation against him. Grover had filed a petition in the SIAC seeking a stay on this investigation, in which he has to face defeat. Grover has resigned from BharatPe only after the SIAC's decision. He resigned via email to the board of the company.

Trouble started with abusive clips


This dispute between Grover and Bharatpe started with an audio clip. This viral audio clip was told that Grover is abusing an employee of Kotak Mahindra Bank. At first, Grover called it fake, but later he removed the tweet. Kotak Mahindra Bank, on the other hand, said that it is going to file a case against Grover and his wife Madhuri Jain. After this Grover had to go on leave from Bharatpe on 19 January. Then he said that he is going on leave till March and will come back on or before 01 April.

Grover told 'some people' the reason for his resignation


Resigning, Grover wrote that he was saddened to leave BharatPe but also proud to have created one of the most brilliant fintech companies. He writes, 'I am writing this resignation with a heavy heart today because I have to leave the company that I have formed. However, I am proud that today this company is the leader in the world of fintech. Due to unfortunate reasons, since the beginning of the year 2022, some people are making baseless attacks on me and my family. These people are not only harming my image, but this is also harming the company.

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