Navniit Khhosla was the first person to file complaint against Speak Asia. Now after getting over R6 lakh, he has withdrawn complaint against Speak Asia.
Navniit Khhosla, the very first individual to register a First Information Report (FIR) against Speak Asia a year ago has withdrawn his complaint. The particular withdrawal followed right after Khhosla ‘recovered’ his losses. He had registered the FIR after losing Rs 6,06,000 which he previously invested with the company. It was centred upon his particular grievance of which the Economic Offences Wing (EOW) arrested more than 10 workers, wh ich includes a few high-ranking officials of Speak Asia.
All India Speak Asia Panelist Association (AISPA) advocate Ahmed Abdi said, “Several panelists joined togetherand offered close to Rs 50,000 each and paid the amount to Khhosla.”
The Bombay High Court bench comprising Justices V M Kanade and P D Kode heard Khhosla’s case yesterday. Khhosla, who was present for the case, said, “I have been given the amount I had stated as well as would like to withdraw my complaint.”
SC-appointed mediator is compiling the number of panelists who want to ‘exit’ the company, a process that will be completed by March 31.
If you want to opt for ‘Exit option” then better contact the mediator.