NEW YORK (PRWEB) April 22, 2020
Superior Courts in the U.S. Virgin Islands dismissed the case against the entrepreneur and CEO of Safr, Syed Gilani, on February 14, 2020. According to court documents, a number of allegations were made against Mr. Gilani when he was the CEO of BIZVI, a Virgin Islands based tech company. The Superior Court of the Virgin Islands, Division of St. Croix, issued the Order Granting Motion to Dismiss, case number SX-17-CR-0000189. Documentation of the charges being dismissed is available for review in court documents, and was covered in The Virgin Islands Daily News story, BMV embezzlement case dismissed against 3 (link: http://www.virginislandsdailynews.com/news/bmv-embezzlement-case-dismissed-against-3/article_bfbea337-c4e0-5ac9-bff9-b1e303a6bb33.html).
Mr. Gilani is happy about the case dismissal, allowing him to focus on continuing to grow his new company. Additionally, this dismissal will allow the leadership of Safr to now fully implement the mission of Safr, to improve safety and opportunity for women globally.
Safr is a new ridesharing service focused on the safety and empowerment of women. Built with the needs of women in mind, Safr aims to improve the lives of women everywhere through safe transportation, job creation, and financial security. Safr’s drivers are personally vetted and undergo comprehensive background checks so that riders can have peace of mind knowing they meet Safr standards. Safr’s multiple in-ride app features aid in the protection of your safe arrival. When you choose to ride with Safr, you’re supporting a like-minded driver and elevating your community by helping to improve greater gender balance, choice, and participation in the ridesharing economy. For more information, please visit http://www.gosafr.com.