Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani on Saturday announced an investment of Rs 2,500 crore in various sectors in Assam including retail, petroleum, telecom, tourism and sports. Speaking at the Advantage Assam Global Investors Summit in Guwahati, he said this move will create jobs for at least 80,000 people over the next three years.
“Today I am happy to announce five commitments for Assam over the next three years. Reliance will invest an additional Rs 2,500 crore to augment its presence in this market,” he said at the inaugural function of the Global Investors Summit 2018.
Under this programme, the company will enhance its retail division’s outlet to 40 from existing two, while the number of petrol depots will be increased to 165 from the existing 27, he added. Read more