According to sources the French luxury group LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton, may invest a staggering million Rs 3250 crore in Patanjali Ayurveda. This will be the biggest ever foreign investment in India's FMCG brand. Meanwhile Patanjali spokesperson SK Gupta Tijarawala corroborated the same on Twitter.
SK Gupta said "Acharya Balkrishna MD of Patanjali has said that just as we use foreign technology for our development, we do not hesitate to use foreign funds for the benefit of our country, but we will take it on our own terms.will not give share or stake".
Meanwhile currently Patanjali is seeking Rs
5000 crore to set up plants in Nagpur, Greater Noida, Assam, Chhattisgarh,
Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Haryana and Rajasthan and for the cultivation of
aromatic and herbal plants on 10,100 acres.
Cleaner caught with obscene images of female software company employees! A cleaner working in a software company in Bengaluru was arrested on charges of capturing photographs of female employees of the company in vulgar and obscene manner. The incident had happened at a software company at Indra Nagar. Dharmendra Kumar Yadav, 24 worked as a cleaner at the said software company.
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