India’s antitrust regulator on Friday met with a group of startup founders including the chief executive of Paytm, Vijay Shekhar Sharma, to understand the concerns raised by them over Google’s alleged misuse of market dominance in the country, two people directly aware of the matter told ET.

Founders of BharatMatrimony, MapMyIndia, TrulyMadly and nCore Games were also among the 13-15 entrepreneurs who attended the meeting with a senior Competition Commission of India (CCI) official, one of the people said.

They appraised the CCI official of instances where the US-based tech giant could be posing a monopoly risk to the country’s burgeoning app ecosystem, the people said.

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