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Anil Ambani mixes business with pleasure on Kashmir visit
In Srinagar Dressed in a dark jacket and jeans, Anil Ambani, who is presently in Srinagar, looked dapper and seemed to be enjoying his visit to the valley. The chairman of Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group was seen taking a casual stroll with wife Tina near Dal lake on Thursday evening. This was after they had visited the Tulip garden in Srinagar.
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Tina, dressed casually, had a shawl draped over her shoulders and a camera in hand. The weather in Srinagar is pleasant, with average temperatures hovering around 18 degrees Celsius. On Friday, they had gone sightseeing to Gulmarg, a two-hour journey by road.
The Ambanis are staying at Hotel Lalit Intercontinental which overlooks Dal lake.
On their arrival in Srinagar, the Ambanis proceeded towards Pahalgam, but were caught in a traffic jam on the outskirts of Srinagar city for about 45 minutes. Abandoning their plan, they then returned to their hotel.
The Ambani couple are accompanied by a 10-member entourage. A few members of their entourage were in Kashmir before the couple reached there.
Vacation apart, Anil has gone a-visiting to scout for talent in Kashmir and also to check out the cellular network of his company’s phone service in the state, said sources. Anil, the sources said, is likely to meet chief minister Omar Abdullah to chalk out a strategy to engage youngsters in Kashmir in his companies.
A source from Reliance said that the boss’s presence in Srinagar had sent employees into overdrive, working as they were “until late hours”.
“Anil Ambani is very keen on engaging Kashmiri youngsters in his multinational companies, and is likely to hand over offer letters to at least 100 youngsters from the valley,” a source from Reliance said. “He is expected to hold meetings with business establishments and chambers in Kashmir.”
A senior minster from the state, however, said that Anil Ambani was not on an official tour.
Earlier, union home minster P Chidambaram had launched a project titled Udaan for the uplift and welfare of Kashmiri youths.
Former president of the Chamber of Commerce and Industries, Shakeel Qalander, said that accommodating Kashmiri youngsters in multinational companies would not only boost the morale of the youth but also pave the way for other industries to follow suit.
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