Shark Tank India Judge Ashneer Grover-BharatPe Founders FIGHT On LinkedIn Over Non-Payment Of Salaries: Latter Says, ‘Tere Bhai Ne Paisa Chura Liya’

Shark Tank judge Ashneer Grover's sister Ashima Grover lands in trouble for commenting on a BharatPe's employee's LinkedIn post

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Shark Tank India Judge Ashneer Grover-BharatPe Founders FIGHT On LinkedIn Over Non-Payment Of Salaries: Latter Says, ‘Tere Bhai Ne Paisa Chura Liya’
Recently, Karan Sarki a senior associate of IT at BharatPe has posted a lengthy note on his LinkedIn account. The former has talked about his concern about the pending salaries of all the employees and about the termination of old staff without any prior notice of lieu in payment. He elaborated on all the crises happening inside the company through the post by tagging all the authority members of the company. 

Well, as soon as he posted it, many of them commented on the post reacting to the situation. Shark Tank judge Ashneer Grover's sister Ashima Grover also commented on the post as she wrote, ‘shame on the company’. And that’s when things turned bizarre. Hitting back at her, Suhail Sameer, founder of BharatPe CEO replied, ‘Behen Tere Bhai Ne Paisa Chura Liya’ very little left to pay salaries.” This banter became a huge talk on social media and in the industry, as after this Twitterati’s started pouring in their views on this and some also laughed at the ongoing battle. ALSO READ: Shark Tank India's Ashneer Grover Resigns From BharatPe After His Wife Madhuri Jain Grover Got Fired From The Company; Says, 'To Hell With All Of Them'



For the uninitiated, last month, Ashneer Grover stepped down from his position on the company and the board. Ashneer resigned days after his wife Madhuri Jain Grover, who was head of control of the company, was fired from her position. 

Ashneer told Money Control, “I am very clear, I will be a private person. Not here to lead my life as per the media, not going to be a slave to these investors again in my life. Will lead life on my own terms. I am now looking up to people like Turakhias (Bhavin) and Kamath (Nitin) who have the courage to build businesses with 100% ownership. It will take a bit longer to build, I will be in control of what I build and not build it for these people who are opportunistic.”