Times Of India today reported that Housing.com CEO Rahul Yadav had stepped down again from his post. This would have been his second resignation in as many months.
The TOI report said that their sources had told them that this time his resignation will be accepted by the board of the real estate portal. The report claimed that Yadav, 26, who has been involved in a string of controversies, will be asked to stay on at the company and oversee product development.
Rahul Yadav has seemingly rebuffed these claims with a Facebook post which says “Why do you need a girlfriend when you have Times Group :)”
Yadav has had a thorny relationship in the past with the Times Media group. He has earlier alleged that the group, which is a part of the parent company that owns Housing.com competitor MagicBricks, had been critical of his company to the benefit of its rival. He had earlier posted this Facebook cover image which hinted that mainstream media, including the Times Group, were unnecessarily attacking him and Housing.com.