The Delhi High Court on Monday directed Ashneer Grover's lawyer to ask him to "maintain decorum" while hearing the suit filed by the fintech company against him, his wife Madhuri Jain Grover, and other individuals.
Grover, his wife, his brother-in-law, and his father-in-law are named as defendants in the lawsuit. In the suit, BharatPe accuses Grover of waging a "vicious campaign" against the company. Justice Navin Chawla also granted Grover and the other defendants an additional three weeks to file their responses to BharatPe's interim applications. In an application filed by Grover and his wife, the court also issued notice and asked the parties to file written statements in the suit.