Wishma TV: He’s not going away just yet. However, Mukesh Ambani, the CEO of Reliance Industries (RIL), has fairly distributed his empire’s duties. The shareholders of the company and the citizens of the entire nation presented the three children—Akash, Isha, and Anant—as the corporation’s successors at the annual general meeting on Monday. Reliance also unveiled a 2.75 lakh crore rupee investment plan on this day. Along with introducing 5G services, they also want to expand their capabilities in the oil and petrochemical industry and enter the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) market. The move, in the opinion of the affected parties, is intended to escalate the conflict with the Adani group. is one of RIL’s rivals in the consumer goods industry.
Akash, Mukesh’s eldest son, has already been placed under Jio’s command. He formally secured his position in the telecom industry on this day. There was also a suggestion that Akash’s identical sister Isha would be taking over the shop business. The daughter assumed control of the retail company’s expansion on stage at the annual meeting, as was to be expected. Anant, however, has taken on the new company, Alternative Power.
Mukesh claims: “Leading Jio and Retail are Akash and Isha (retail business). Since the beginning of the company, they have been deeply invested in the consumer. Ananth has also joined the new company out of interest. He spends the majority of his time in Jamnagar “. He did not, however, assign a certain person the duty of petrochemistry. The Ambanis’ primary line of work was that. Some believe that its branch is the alternative energy industry. However, it’s unclear whether or not that belongs to Ananta. RIL reportedly paid $8,000,000 for a villa near the sea in Dubai, according to sources. This is the costliest price to purchase a home in this city.
Concerned groups claim that it is obvious why there is such a haste to assign blame. RIL’s founder, Dhirubhai Ambani, passed away in 2002 following extensive divestiture. But because he did not leave the property to a beneficiary, the entire nation witnessed the acrimonious argument between the two brothers, Mukesh and Anil, over how to divide the company. Ma Kokilaben finally completed that Bantwara in 2005. Some claim that experience may have contributed to the hasty choice. He discussed the necessity to transfer responsibility to the following generation in the annual conference the year before. On the occasion of Dhirubhai’s birth anniversary in December, he delivered the message of passing the reins.
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Goutam Mondal is a professional News Reporter at Wishma TV. He writes about West Bengal State News at Wishma TV.