BharatPe Complaint: Ashneer Grover’s troubles increased, now call came from EOW, wife also got summons

BharatPe Complaint: Ashneer Grover’s troubles increased, now call came from EOW, wife also got summons

The ongoing dispute between fintech company BharatPe and its co-founder Ashneer Grover has once again become fresh. BharatPe has leveled allegations of fraud against Ashneer Grover and his wife, the investigation of which has intensified. In this connection, now the Economic Office Wing has sent summons to Grover and his wife Madhuri Jain.

Called the office on November 21

According to a report by news agency PTI, Ashneer Grover and Economic Offenses Wing of Delhi Police has sent summons to Madhuri Jain. The report quoted police sources as saying that both will be interrogated in connection with the alleged fraud of Rs 81 crore. Grover and Madhuri Jain have been asked to come to EOW’s Mandir Marg office on November 21 and join the investigation.

Ban on leaving the country

This summon of EOW came at such a time. This is when there were reports of Grover and his wife being stopped from leaving the country. Grover himself had told on social media that he was stopped at Delhi airport on Thursday when he was going to New York for a holiday with his wife Madhuri Jain. FIR

The PTI report quoted EOW officials as saying that a lookout circular had been issued against Grover and his wife. For this reason both were stopped at Delhi Airport. EOW has registered an FIR against Grover and Madhuri Jain and some of their family members on charges of fraud of Rs 81 crore. The named people include the names of Deepak Gupta, Suresh Jain and Shwetank Jain. The FIR was filed in May.

BharatPe made these allegations

BharatPe alleges that Grover and his family together caused a loss of about Rs 81.30 crore to the company through bogus payments. Has delivered. After being stopped at the airport, Grover had said that he is cooperating with the EOW in the investigation and will continue to cooperate in the future. According to EOW sources, the status report in this case has been presented before the court on November 7.

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