In a corporate presentation titled ‘New Reliance for a New India’, released on Friday, RIL termed itself as the best proxy for India’s consumption-driven and tech-propelled growth story. The company said it had always aligned its businesses with national goals and priorities for making India self-reliant, strong and prosperous.
The oil to telecom conglomerate is also preparing the ground for its rights issue, which, once fully paid for, will help it raise around Rs 53,125 crore. The company had earlier indicated that the rights issue could open on May 22, subject to approvals.
Referring to its digital business, RIL said Jio was best placed to equip micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) with cutting-edge, plug-and-play, technology-enabled tools. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s Wednesday media briefing on the Covid-19 economic package also focused on MSME development.
The company added, “Even in a challenging global environment, marquee partners and investors have shown high degree of trust”.
In the last one month, RIL has announced three different deals for Jio Platforms — Facebook
agreed to invest Rs 43,574 crore for a 9.99 per cent stake, Vista Equity Partners will invest Rs 11,367 crore for a 2.32 per cent equity stake, and private equity firm Silver Lake will pick a 1.15 per cent stake for Rs 5,655.75 crore.