Monday, November 18, 2019

Rakesh Gangwal has a history of being uncooperative: IndiGo co-founder Rahul Bhatia

Mumbai: IndiGo cofounder Rahul Bhatia, seeking a court order to obtain documents from his partner Rakesh Gangwal, has alleged that he has a “history of being uncooperative and obstructive” with petitioners’ requests.
 Bhatia made the claim in his latest request to the US district court of Florida to accept his application for documents from his partner to be used in a separate case he filed in the London Court of International Arbitration.
 “There are reasons to believe that the respondents (Gangwal camp) will not timely or fully comply with the LCIA tribunal’s discovery requests, notwithstanding assurances to the contrary made to this court,” Bhatia’s counsel said in his re-application. “This belief is built on Mr Gangwal’s history of being uncooperative and obstructive with respect to petitioners’ requests.”
 In the LCIA case filed in October, Bhatia alleged that Gangwal breached the shareholders’ agreement signed between the two founders of India’s biggest airline by market share. 
Bhatia’s re-application was filed on November 15, after Gangwal, a US resident, requested last week that the first application, filed by Bhatia on October 16, be rejected. 
18/11/19 Anirban Chowdhury/Economic Times
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