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Ashneer Gover and Madhuri Jain stopped in Delhi as part of the BharatPe scam

November 19, 2023 By admin

Ashneer Grover, the former managing director of BharatPe, and his spouse Madhuri Jain were apprehended by Delhi Police on their way to New York on Thursday evening, amid heightened inquiries into the couple’s alleged financial wrongdoing.
The action was taken a few days after Grover and his family members allegedly discovered financial irregularities at BharatPe, prompting the Delhi Police’s Economic Offenses Wing (EOW) to file a status report before the Delhi High Court. Earlier this week, the investigation agency also sent out a watch notice for the pair, according to officials.

On Friday morning, Grover and Jain received a summons after being requested to come home. They are not in custody.
A top Delhi Police official stated that the couple is being questioned by the police on many significant transactions that have come to light as a result of investigating their bank accounts. The source further stated that the total sum involved in the purported scam may exceed ₹81 crore.

According to the officer citing the status report, the EOW discovered that Jain, a former head of controls at BharatPe, got payments from her mother Santosh Jain, father Suresh Jain, and brother Shwetank Jain totaling around ₹5 crore, ₹3 crore, and ₹2 crore, respectively. Grover moved over ₹46 crore from one of his accounts to his father Ashok Grover’s account between 2019 and 2022, according to the investigation’s findings, he claimed. The officer stated that Grover and Jain could not be interviewed in order to verify or determine the motive of such large transactions.

The pair was “stopped before security check and asked to return to their Delhi residence and join the probe at the EOW office at Mandir Marg next week,” according to joint commissioner of police (EOW) Sindhu Pillai. She stated that the watch circular was intended to prevent them from leaving the country, but “they have not yet been arrested.” Grover, who launched Third Unicorn last year, verified the EOW’s summons on social media site X, which was once known as Twitter.

However, he said that up until 8 a.m. on November 17, seven hours after he was detained at the airport, he had not received any correspondence or contacts from the EOW since a first information report (FIR) was sent in May.
Grover stated on X that he had been overseas four times since the FIR was filed and that he was told during immigration that an EOW had issued a letter of caution against him and his spouse.
He said that he received a summons from EOW at his home on Friday morning and that he was eager to comply.
Grover and Jain were fired by BharatPe at the beginning of the year due to financial fraud accusations.