Gurugram court summons Alibaba's Jack Ma

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Published: July 26,2020 05:24 PM
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July 26, 2020: Alibaba founder Jack Ma has been summoned by a Gurugram court. The summon was issued by a former employee of the UC Web Mobile Company.

July 26, 2020: Alibaba founder Jack Ma has been summoned by a Gurugram court. The summon was issued by a former employee of the UC Web Mobile Company.



"Gurugram District Court has issued summons to the defendants, including Jack Ma, the Founder of Alibaba Group. Summons are returnable for 29th July. Till date, we have not received any response from the defendants." said Lawyer Atul Ahlawat



He said his client "Pushpandra Singh Parmar has filed a civil suit against Jack Ma, the Founder of Alibaba Group, for wrongful termination. He was working as an Associate Director with Alibaba's UC Web Mobile Company. He is seeking a compensation of Rs. 2 crores."



Parmar in his court filings alleged that the company used to censor content that seem to be unfavourable to China. Besides, fake news were showcased in its apps UC Browser and UC News.



The Gurugram court has asked all of them to appear in court or through a lawyer on July 29.