Sachin Bansal, founder of Flipkart.com recently commented on the news of global e-commerce giant Alibaba.com starting its operations in India directly. He commented on it something like this:
Alibaba deciding to start operations directly shows how badly their Indian investments have done so far
— Sachin Bansal (@_sachinbansal) March 25, 2016
Alibaba’s China group invested in Snapdeal in 2015 which became a huge news last year. Sachin Bansal was mocking snapdeal indirectly with this tweet. NOT COOL SACHIN, NOT COOL!
Then it was time for a great burn when Kunal Bahl, the co-founder of Snapdeal.com made this tweet.
Didn't Morgan Stanley just flush 5bn worth market cap in Flipkart down the 🚽? Focus on ur business not commentary 🙂 https://t.co/8NpkhWWo2j
— Kunal Bahl (@1kunalbahl) March 25, 2016
Kunal Bahl had the perfect reply for Sachin Bansal pointing at VC giant Morgan Stanley marking down the value of Flipkart by 27% !!
Now that’s some war we will like to see once, everyday.