Jio-Facebook Deal Will Benefit Three Crore Shopkeepers, Will Fulfill PM Narendra Modi’s Dream: Mukesh Ambani.

Social media giant, Facebook, on Wednesday signed a $ 5.7 billion (Rs 43,574 crore) investment to buy a 9.99 per cent stake in Reliance Industries group company,  Jio Platforms Ltd., led by Mukesh Ambani. Mukesh Ambani has said that this will help in making Prime Minister, Narendra Modi’s dream of Digital India come into reality. Ambani has welcomed Facebook as a long-term partner.

Through a video, Mukesh Ambani mentioned that our Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, has namely set two ambitious goals in his Digital India mission – ‘Ease of Living’ for all Indians, especially for the common man and ‘Ease of Doing’ for entrepreneurs, especially small entrepreneurs.He mentions and assure that this agreement between Jio and Facebook will help in meeting these goals.

 WhatsApp is not just a digital application, but it has become a dear friend to all of us. WhatsApp brings together families, friends, business, information seekers and providers. He says that almost three crore shopkeepers will benefit out of this agreement. The combined power of Jio’s world-class digital connectivity platform and Facebook‘s relationship with the Indian people will introduce new innovations for all of us in the future.

Jio Mart and Jio’s new digital business platform will benefit from this. Three crore shopkeepers will get the benefit out of this. This will provide quick and good digital transaction platform to both shoppers as well as the customers. Customers will be able to easily deliver and order goods everyday from the local shops near the house. Finally, Ambani mentioned that I wish you all health and safety. We are all together. We are all together and  we will overcome the corona epidemic. Corona will lose, India will win! 

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