Jeff Bezos, the world’s richest man and Amazon’s chief executive officer (CEO) with an estimated wealth of 115 billion dollars, was on a three-day tour of India.
Jeff Bezos, the world’s richest man and Amazon’s chief executive officer (CEO) with an estimated wealth of 115 billion dollars, was on a three-day tour of India. He has returned to his country. In these three days Bezos went to Rajghat, the memorial site of Mahatma Gandhi. He also met veteran businessmen and many big Bollywood actors in Mumbai. The most shocking thing in Jeff Bezos’s visit to India was that he did not meet any minister of the Modi government in these three days. If sources are to be believed, Amazon CEO wanted to meet PM Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi) but his appointment was not given due consideration. According to sources, government officials said that meeting Jeff Bezos cannot be considered a compulsion of the Modi government.
According to the news agency ANI, a senior government official said that the world’s biggest e-commerce company, Amazon, is going to be in controversies behind this meeting not being possible. The Competition Commission of India is investigating Flipkart, a company owned by Amazon and Walmart in India. The purpose of this investigation is related to the huge discounts being given by the company and giving preference to exclusive products and buyers. The Amazon company is facing similar investigations in the US and Europe. At the same time, another reason is coming behind the absence of this meeting. According to information received from sources, PM Modi’s absence from Bezos is also seen in the Amazon-owned newspaper ‘Washington Post’ by linking it with anti-government articles.
In the ‘Washington Post’, anti-government articles were published from Jammu and Kashmir to abolish Article 370 and the citizenship law. Many BJP leaders condemned these articles of the ‘Washington Post’ on Twitter. Let us tell you that Jeff Bezos also announced on his tour of India that Amazon will invest about 7 thousand crores in the country. Union Minister Piyush Goyal said about this that Amazon is not doing any favor on the country. He said, “Amazon can invest one billion dollars in the country, but if the company is losing one billion dollars, then they must be arranging that one billion dollars. So it is not like that Amazon is doing India a favor by investing one billion dollars.