Adi Godrej and Narayana Murthy were also present; No one joined from Tata and Birla group.\r\n\r\n \t\r\nAmazon did not provide information about the meeting's discussion; Friday was the last day of Bezos's India tour.\r\n\r\n\r\nJeff Bezos, Amazon's founder and the 2nd world's richest man (just lost around $761 M in last trading session and number 1 place taken over by Arnault Bernard), met the country's leading industrialists on Friday. The meeting was attended by Mukesh Ambani, chairman of Reliance Industries and Asia's biggest emir.\u00a0Also present were Bharti Airtel Chairman Sunil Bharti Mittal, Godrej Group Chairman Adi Godrej and other prominent businessmen.\u00a0No one joined from Tata and Birla Group.\u00a0Friday was the last day of Bezos' visit to India.\u00a0According to news agency sources, Bezos also sought an appointment with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, but it was not possible.\r\n\r\nKishore Biyani also reached the meeting of Bezos, Amazon did not give any information about what was discussed in the meeting of Bezos with the industrialists of the country at the Taj Hotel in Mumbai. The meeting also included Infosys founder NR Narayana Murthy, Infosys CEO Salil Parekh, Future Group founder-CEO Kishore Biyani, Shopper's Stop BS Nagesh, Unilever's Sanjeev Mehta, Nestle's Suresh Narayan and Procter & Gamble's Madhusudan Gopalan. Happened. SBI Chairman Rajnish Kumar from Banking and Finance Sector, Surendra Rosha of HSBC, Kaku Nakhate of Bank of America and Sanjeev Bajaj of Bajaj Finance also attended the meeting of Bezos.\r\nPiyush Goyal had said - Amazon is not doing any favor by investing in India\r\nBezos said on Wednesday that Amazon will export 71 thousand crore rupees ($1 billion dollars) in the next 5 years. An investment of Rs 7,100 crore will also be made to digitize small-medium businesses.\u00a0He also praised the people and culture of India.\u00a0Despite this, has the Prime Minister not been able to meet any government official as well.\u00a0Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal had said on Thursday in an angry tone that Amazon is not doing any harm by investing in India.\u00a0However, he said that all types of investment are welcome but companies have to follow the rules of the country.\r\nAfter Piyush Goyal statement - Bezos said investment will create 1 million jobs in India\r\nBezos could not get a chance to speak before Modi or any other minister.\u00a0In such a situation, he wrote letters to Indian customers and merchants and posted them on Amazon's website on Friday.\u00a0He wrote- Whenever I come to India, my attachment increases.\u00a0The energy and behavior of the people of India always inspires me.\u00a0Amazon's investment will provide 1 million new jobs in India by 2025.