Reliance will renovate the entire Kalighat temple, returning it to its former glory: Mukesh Ambani IG news

Mukesh Ambani will restore the Kalighat temple in West Bengal to its former glory. He has announced a plan to renovate the temple. Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) Managing Director (MD) and Chairman Mukesh Ambani said on Tuesday (November 21, 2023) that his company has so far invested Rs 45,000 crore in West Bengal and in the next 3 years Rs. 20,000 crores will be further invested.

Addressing the seventh edition of the ‘Bengal Global Business Summit’ (BGBS) held at the ‘Vishwa Bangla Convention Centre’, he said that ‘Reliance Foundation’ is responsible for the restoration and renovation of the Kalighat Temple in Kolkata. will take He said that ‘Reliance Foundation’ is committed to be a partner in bringing back the old glory of West Bengal. Describing West Bengal as a land of artistic and spiritual heritage, he said that it is priceless.

India’s richest man announced that ‘Reliance Foundation’ has taken an ambitious initiative to restore the entire Kalighat temple complex and bring it back to its former glory. It also includes a centuries-old structure. Mukesh Ambani told the crowd that this project is as close to his and his wife Nita Ambani’s heart as it is to all of you. He also thanked on this occasion. He described West Bengal as the biggest investment destination for Reliance.

Meanwhile, he also announced that Reliance Jio has achieved 100% coverage target in Kolkata. If we take the whole of West Bengal, the figure is 98.8%. He said that JioMart has so far reached 5.50 lakh grocery stores across the country. Describing India as the largest producer of bio-energy, he said that the country is promoting green energy. Mukesh Ambani said that 1100 stores of ‘Reliance Retail’ have been set up in West Bengal.

Calling the farmers ‘ana-datta’ and ‘arjadatta’, he said Reliance was setting up Compressed Biogas Plants (CBP) to increase their income. There are plans to set up 100 CBG plants in the next 3 years. It will process 5.5 million tonnes of agricultural and organic waste. He claimed that India will become a $10 trillion economy by 2030. To promote traditional arts and crafts of India, Reliance has launched ‘Swadesh’, which will also operate overseas.