Ousted BharatPe cofounder Ashneer Grover tweeted a rhyme taking a dig at the fintech company’s chief decision-making Suhail Sameer, who resigned on Monday.
Grover also embattled the company’s cofounder Shashvat Nakrani and requested him to “man up and take upkeep of the business”.
“Poem for jerk of 2023: ‘Chala Gaya Suhail Sameer – he was a nalla! Shashvat – why don’t you bloke up and sambhalo the Galla?!’
For my English speaking friends: 1) Nalla (nalayak) is incompetent/incapable and 2) Galla is the helm of matters,” Grover tweeted.
Grover was submissive from BharatPe and its board in March 2022; weeks afterward, his wife Madhuri Jain, the corporation’s head of controls, was sacked by BharatPe, which accused them of deception and other deception irregularities.
Sameer, who combined BharatPe in August 2020 as president, was high to CEO in August 2021.
On Monday, BharatPe said, “Sameer will evolution from chief executive captain to strategic advisor real January 7, 2023.” It did not approximately why he had reconciled.
“This (new-fangled role for Sameer) will confirm a smooth transition for current CFO, Nalin Negi, who has been chosen interim CEO to partner with senior administrators to bolster execution in all stages of the company’s business,” the company added.
Rajnish Kumar, chairman of the panel, thanked Sameer for “steering BharatPe into a leadership location as a fintech player in India”.
“We have recognized the need to bestow time and resources to finding the leader who will endure catapulting BharatPe to new heights,” he said, pledging to support Negi as interim CEO.
Sameer said BharatPe would last to build. “I remain committed to backup BharatPe to achieve its growth potential in the role of tactical advisor and look forward to the next phase of my voyage as a full-time investor.”
The corporation has seen several tops executes quit in recent months, with chief technology brigadier Vijay Aggarwal, PostPe head Nehul Malhotra, and chief product officer for lending and shopper products Rajat Jain.