Renowned international motivational speaker and founder of Bada Business Private Limited, Vivek Bindra, is making headlines as he faces allegations of domestic violence. An FIR has been filed at Noida's Sector-126 police station, citing sections 325 (voluntarily causing grievous hurt), 323 (causing hurt), 427 (mischief), and 504 (insult to provoke breach of peace) of the IPC against Bindra.
Widely recognized in India, Bindra has garnered a substantial following of 21.4 million subscribers on his YouTube channel, where he imparts business tips and marketing strategies. The controversy arose after a public dispute with fellow YouTuber and motivational speaker Sandeep Maheshwari, who accused Bindra of extortion.
Simultaneously, a domestic violence complaint was lodged against Bindra by his wife, following an altercation on December 7, shortly after their wedding on December 6. Gautam Buddh Nagar police registered the case at Sector 126 police station, revealing that the argument escalated to physical assault, resulting in injuries to Bindra's wife.
Discussion around Bindra's net worth, estimated at around 1 million dollars, has sparked interest. Possessing luxurious properties in Delhi and Noida, Bindra's motivational shows reportedly earn him between 40 to 50 lakh rupees per month, with an annual income ranging between 7 to 9 crores from various sources.
Apart from personal earnings, Bindra's company, Bada Business Private Limited, is a significant player in the business education sector. Offering courses on marketing and business strategies, the company charges a substantial amount for the knowledge shared. The controversies surrounding Vivek Bindra have not only thrust him into the public eye but also raised discussions on the potential impact on his professional ventures.
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