The Delhi High Court on Thursday issued summons to information technology major Hewlett Packard India Sales and its California-based parent HP Inc on the charges of indulging in “corrupt” and “unethical practices” in bribing officials to secure government projects and tenders.
Justice V Kameswar Rao also issued summons to its ex-MD Sumeer Chandra, currently working as a company director, in Intel. Summons has also been issued to the chief HR officer, global compliance program manager, Asia Pacific Japan HR ER/HR compliance, among others.
The HC asked the respondents to file their reply within four weeks to the allegations by whistleblower Manoj Grover, a former employee of HP India. It also posted the matter for further hearing on September 21.
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