Instant messaging app will be known to both of the founders of Whatsapp, you have already left. But one of the company's oldest employees, Neeraj Arora, another business officer, has announced to leave WhatsApp. Slowly after the acquisition of Facebook, the company's old top executives have left the company. In the beginning of this year when the search was done for the CEO of Whatsapp, Neeraj Arora was also considered as a strong contender for the post. Although not appointed CEO, Chris Daniels was given the responsibility of this post.
Neeraj Arora has said in the Facebook post that he wants to spend time with the family. He said, 'time passes, but not memories. Seven years have passed since Jane and Brian kept me in Whatsapp, and this was a great journey. Jane and Brian started Whatsappapps together and in 2014 they sold their company for Facebook $ 19 billion. At first, both worked for Whatsapp, but both of them left Whatsapp. The reasons for leaving both the founders' companies are known as rift between Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg. Because Jane and Brian were serious about privacy and did not want to advertise on this platform.
Overall, it is now that Facebook has completely taken the Whatsapp app in its own right and is ready to run its own way. Initially it was not so and Zuckerberg had insured that Whatsapp would work independently. But the situation has changed and the world is known.