‘Tere Bhai Ne Paisa Chura Liya’: BharatPe CEO And Ashneer’s Sister Fight Over Salary Payments

After Ashneer Grover’s sister commented on a social media post criticizing the top management of BharatPe, the company’s CEO Suhail Sameer shot back saying Ashneer stole their money.

War of words 

The entrepreneur, who was one of the co-founders of the company, quit BharathPe in public fashion after allegations that he was misusing company funds. Since then, Ashneer and the company’s top management have often indulged in a war of words.


The latest drama of that took place on a LinkedIn post of one of the company’s employees where Suhail Sameer, the company’s CEO and co-founder, said they didn’t have money to pay salaries since Ashneer pocketed it all.

Here’s where it all started. Karan Sarki, a senior associate in the IT department of BharatPe posted on Linkedln, circulating his grudges and calling out the top brass of the company.

He wrote, “Dear Suhail and Shashvat Sir, we haven’t received our salary for March month yet despite following up so many times on email and visiting the office. All the old admin staff of BharatPe have been terminated by you without giving any reason and their salaries have not been paid. We were with BharatPe ever since the Company started and now we are nowhere because of your internal politic.”


‘Tere bhai ne sara paisa chura liya’

Soon after this long writing, Ashneer Grover commented on the post. He wrote, “Folks please look into this. Not done-their salaries have to be paid first before anything Hersimran Kaur Suhali Sameer.

Grover’s sister Aashima also commented on the post saying, “That’s the sad part… That’s it’s a shameless bunch!

Things got worse when BharatPe’s CEO Suhali Sameer came out to comment on the allegations.


Sameer said in Hindi, “Aashima Behen- Tere bhai ne sara paisa chura liya. Very little left to pay salaries”

Earlier, Grover had targeted his previous company for its recent performance. Taking it to Twitter, Grover pointed out that BharatPe has registered its first quarter of ‘degrowth’ and ‘maximum cash burn’ under the leadership of Rajnish Kumar and Suhail Sameer.