Madhuri Jain Grover Slams Bharatpe for Its Drunken Parties and Male Chauvinistic Board


The drama of BharatPe continues to unfold, with the ex-Head of Controls, Madhuri Jain, now leaking recordings of intoxicated parties at the fintech unicorn’s workplace. Madhuri Jain is the wife of managing director and co-founder Ashneer Grover.

Madhuri Jain Grover, BharatPe’s former Head of Controls, posted videos of inebriated parties at the BharatPe workplace on Twitter.


Madhuri Jain Grover, BharatPe’s former Head of Controls, posted videos of inebriated parties at the BharatPe workplace on Twitter.


The drama of BharatPe continues to unfold, with the ex-Head of Controls, Madhuri Jain, now leaking recordings of intoxicated parties at the fintech unicorn’s workplace. Madhuri Jain is the wife of managing director and co-founder Ashneer Grover. Suhail Sameer, the current CEO, and Bhavik Kodaliya, a co-founder, are among those seen in the videos.

“SuhailSameer14, BhavikKoladiya, and Shashvat Nakrani, congratulations. You no longer have to wait for me (righteous lady) to leave office to have your “drunken orgies.” Clap slowly!! And treat women like things, as I’ve been treated throughout this event with the male chauvinistic Board on your side,” Jain tweeted.

She accused Sameer and others of ‘burning down’ the house Grover had built on his own. Ex-SBI chairman Rajnish Kumar and Sequoia Capital India’s Harshjit Sethi were also accused of perfectly executing a ‘witch hunt’ in cooperation with Sameer, according to Jain, who has been criticising the ongoing governance review from the start.

“And Rajnish Kumar Chairman sir, your agents @AMS Shardul and Alvarez and Marsal neglected to dig up this linked party transaction.” Instead of calling for a phoney conversation with these agents, you could have let me prepare my child for the exam. “10/10 for secrecy,” Jain wrote on Twitter.

According to a source familiar with the situation, BharatPe has terminated Jain’s employment due to suspicions of financial irregularities and money syphoning. On January 20, Jain was placed on administrative leave.

“As per your enquiry, we can confirm that Madhuri Jain Grover’s services have been terminated in compliance with the provisions of her employment agreement,” a BharatPe spokeswoman informed BT in response to an emailed query.

Jain has stated that she has not resigned and has written a letter to the BharatPe board of directors questioning how the preliminary findings of the ongoing corporate governance review were made public. BT discovered that the employee contract undersigned also included a provision for the company to reclaim the dismissed employee’s equity.

Grover, risk advice company Alvarez Marsel, and Sequoia Capital India have all been contacted by BT for comment. As soon as they answer, the storey will be updated.

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