Flipkart and Snapdeal have a go at each other, while Paytm joins in the fun!
Flipkart CEO Sachin Bansal took to Twitter to voice his indignation at Snapdeal’s comment that India doesn't have enough good programmers.
This is what Mr. Bansal had to say:
Don't blame India for your failure to hire great engineers. They join for culture and challenge https://t.co/Fqku8Xi58X— Sachin Bansal (@_sachinbansal) May 29, 2015
His angry comment was closely followed by that of Vijay Shekhar Sharma. Sharma is the founder of Paytm, India's largest mobile wallet company. His 12,500 follower list includes Snapdeal co-founder Kunal Bahl.
India has engineers, architects and all you need. People seek purpose and mission to give their life to. https://t.co/caF6pHKX1V— Vijay Shekhar (@vijayshekhar) May 29, 2015
Social media is fast growing into a virtual battlefield for unabashed Indian CEOs punch the living daylights out of each other.
Snapdeal has recently expressed interest to have an office in the US to strengthen its technology base.
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