News Tech: Suhail Sameer, CEO of fintech firm Bharatpe, said Thursday in a social media post that allegedly suggested that former company boss Ashneer Grover had stolen money from the company, leaving little room to pay its employees’ salaries. I apologize for my comment. In a Linkedin post he addressed the dismissal of administrative staff and non-payment of salaries by Bharatpe staff, prompting Grover and his Sameer reaction of his CEO. In response to comments on social media accounts representing Aasima Glover, Sameer said: There are almost no salaries left to pay.
We’ve been with BharatPe since the company was founded, but now it’s going nowhere because of your internal politics,” Sarki said. He spent his own money on expenses and said the bill had not been reimbursed since December ” said Saluki. However, Bharatpe has denied allegations on social media about non-payment of salaries to its employees. “BharatPe strongly denies comments on social media suggesting that the company has not paid salaries to its employees.
The comment drew criticism from many on social media. Samir later apologized for his comments. My comment was for a specific statement, not the post. But I accept my mistakes. Please be patient and don’t build stories based on false narratives,” he said in his Linkedin post. Karan Sarki, an employee at the company, has raised the issue of dismissal of old employees and nonpayment of salaries on Linkedin. , have not yet received their salaries for March All the old administrative staff of BharatPe have been dismissed for no reason and have not been paid their salaries.
It is company policy that terminated employees will receive the full amount of the final settlement amount in accordance with company policy,” the company said in a statement. Ashneer Grover responded to the post, tagging Sameer and Hersimran Kaur, the head of financial management at BharatPe, to resolve the payroll issue. “Everyone, please look at this. We’re not done — we have to pay their salaries first,” Glover said. Bharatpe’s CEO has asked Sarki to contact him if no agreement is reached by Friday.