Ankiti Bose, co-founder of Indian origin of Singapore Fashion startup Zilingo, was fired on Friday after complaints of serious financial irregularities. In response to the dismissal, Bose said she would act against the witch hunt.
The 30-year-old claimed that she was fired as Zilingo boss due to insubordination. “I have been suspended for the last 51[ads1] days based on an anonymous whistleblower complaint, and today I have been informed that my employment relationship has been terminated due to, among other things, ‘insubordination’,” said Ankiti Bose in an Instagram post.
She claims that the company did not show her the reports and did not even give her time to present the requested documents.
Ankiti Bose also said that she and her family received constant threats online.
“I have also received a constant burden of online threats against my life and my family,” she wrote.
Zilingo – an online fashion company that delivers technology to clothing retailers and factories – was founded in 2015 by Ankiti Bose and technology manager Dhruv Kapoor.
On March 31, Bose was suspended following complaints about alleged discrepancies in the company’s accounts.
“Following an investigation led by an independent forensic firm that was instructed to look into complaints of serious financial irregularities, the company has decided to terminate Ankiti Bose’s employment with due cause, and reserves the right to pursue appropriate legal action,” Zilingo said in a statement. a statement.
However, the company did not elaborate on the allegations against Bose or the findings of the audit.