10 lakh jobs by Mukesh Ambani

Reliance Retail to create 10 lakh jobs; Statement by Mukesh Ambani at the Annual Meeting

Mumbai: Reliance Retail will create 1 million new jobs in three years. It will also create indirect livelihood opportunities for millions of people, he said Reliance Chairman of Industries Mukesh Ambani Did. He made the announcement at the 44th Annual General Meeting of Reliance Industries.

Reliance Retail continued to perform well during the Kovid epidemic. The company has increased the number of its stores by 1,500 and added 65,000 new jobs in the epidemic. Reliance Retail, which employs two lakh people is one of the largest employers in the country, he said.

The company has 12,711 stores in more than 7,000 cities across the country Mukesh Ambani said, “Our textile business has sold around five lakh units daily and 18 crore garments in a year. It’s like dressing up the entire population of Britain, Germany, and Spain at the same time. We are one of the top 10 world-class retailers. E-commerce platform Geomartne He also said that the business has spread to 200 cities.

Ganesh Chaturthi to be launched ‘Geofen Next’

Mukesh Ambani unveils Geophone-Next, a new smartphone in partnership with Reliance Jio and Google. The new smartphone is affordable to the common man and will be very affordable and will be available in the market. The company is ready for 5G services in the country and is working towards making the country 2G free and 5G enabled,” Ambani said.

Announcement of ‘Green Energy’ Project

Mukesh Ambani announced the company’s ‘Green Energy’ project at its annual general meeting.For this, He said, he would invest RS 60000 crore in the renewable energy sector. For this,the company will develop four complexes namely FetaValtic Giga Factory, Advaata Energy Storage Giga Factory, Fuel Cell Gega Factory and Electrifier Giga Factory.

Collected by Reliance Aram

Ambani announces a 15 billion partnership with Saudi Arabian oil company Aramka Aramka Chairman Yasser al-Rumayya was appointed to the company’s board of directors as an independent director. Reliance to sell 20 percent stake in Aramka