– Was accused of demanding ransom from the founder, was sentenced to 5 years
Paytm Vice President Sonia Dhawan’s Paytm has a revamped bang. Sonia has just come back with her husband Roopak Jain after serving a 5-month jail sentence and has joined Paytm again. The accused and former vice president of the company, Sonia Dhawan, have been re-entered into the company in connection with the demand of a ransom of Rs 10 crore from Paytm founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma. Sonia was arrested in October last year for stealing the personal data of Paytm founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma and demanding ransom. In March this year, Sonia, Vice President of Communication and Public Relations Department of Paytm, got bail from Allahabad High Court. In this case, Sonia remained in jail for about 5 months. It is known that Sonia Dhawan was arrested on 22 October 2018 on the complaint of Ajay Shekhar Sharma, Senior Vice President of Paytm and brother of Vijay Shekhar Sharma. She was accused of stealing data along with her husband Roopak Jain and other employees of Paytm and in return demanded a ransom of Rs 20 crore from Ajay Sharma. Sonia was previously the secretary of Vijay Shekhar.
Paytm Vice President Sonia Dhawan’s Paytm has a revamped bang.
If you look at the professional record of Sonia, it is very good. In January 2010, he joined Paytm as the secretary of Paytm founder Vijay Shekhar. Then she continued to climb the stairs of success in the company. Sonia had earlier worked as Business Operations Manager and Corporate Officer at Times Internet and Cairn India. Sonia had 1400 shares in the company in November 2017. It currently costs Rs 3.2 crore and used to earn Rs 85 lakh annually from Paytm. Everything is going on very brilliantly. Then suddenly Sonia is arrested in October last year for stealing the personal data of Vijay Shekhar Sharma and seeking ransom. Sonia is accused of stealing the company’s data and threatening to make it public and in return for this she had demanded Rs 10 crore. According to reports, Sonia along with her husband and two office colleagues had hatched a conspiracy. According to Ajay Shekhar, on September 20, for the first time, there was a threatening call for leaking data from Thailand’s virtual number.