“It was Mr Naidu Who Gave us the Fiber Grid Idea in 1999” – Mukesh Ambani

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Amaravati was a hubbub of excitement when the Chairman of Reliance Industries, Mukesh Ambani toured the capital along with the Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu. The honcho of the biggest conglomerate in India was especially impressed after he walked around and inside the Real Time Governance Centre, with CM explaining him every component and functionality. Ambani was instantly impressed and share some of his views on the CBN style governance.

Mukesh Ambani shared that it was N Chandrababu Naidu, then serving as the CM for the united Andhra Pradesh, who had suggested the Fiber Grid idea to his father, the late Dhirubhai Ambani. This happened when Naidu was invited to look at one of the refineries of Reliance.

“It is because of this that now Reliance stands high in the world of telecommunications today,” Mr Ambani said.

The veteran of flagship global leader also shared that Amaravati requires both private and public capital in order to acquire world class investments.

The global leader who continues to influence millions expressed that CM’s vision remains futuristic and unparalleled, regardless of time and circumstances.

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