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JSPL Raigarh remembers Shri OP Jindal on his 81th Birth Anniversary

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Raigarh (Chhattisgarh): On the occasion of  81 st Birth Anniversary of Shri O.P. Jindal Jindal Steel & Power Ltd (JSPL) Raigarh (Chhattisgarh) remembers the values, traditions and his contribution to nation’s industrial, socio and economic development.

N.A. Ansari, Executive Director, JSPL Raigarh paying his homage to this great leader through floral tributes.

N.A. Ansari, Executive Director, JSPL Raigarh paying his homage to this great leader through floral tributes.

N.A. Ansari, Executive Director (ED), JSPL Raigarh;  G.D.S. Sohal, ED (Cement); P.S. Rana, ED and Head Nalwa Steel & Power Ltd ;  Rakesh Kumar, Executive Vice President (Finance) and  Sr. Vice President (IR, P, HR and Admin) R.S. Dabas paid their homage to this great leader through floral tributes.

The senior officials and employees of JSPL paid their homage to founder of OP Jindal Group through floral tributes.

Shri Om Prakash (O.P.) Jindal more popularly known as O.P. Jindal was born on August 7, 1930 to a farmer of village Nalwa of district Hisar in Haryana. Since his childhood the young Jindal had interested in technical work. He started his industrial career with a small bucket-manufacturing unit in Hisar. In 1964, he commissioned a Pipe Unit Jindal India Limited, followed by a large factory in 1969 under the name Jindal Strips Limited.

Shri Jindal always had the conviction that India should be self-reliant in every sector of industry. He visited several foreign countries to elicit latest industrial technical development and know-how. He acquired a great deal of knowledge, which he aptly applied to enhance production of his industrial establishments.

At present, there are twenty factories under the flagship of the Jindal Organization, which are worth over US $ 10 Billion, under whose umbrella thousands of families directly or indirectly benefit themselves.

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