The company, which had a gross debt of about Rs 22,000 crore prior to the deal, has reduced its debt by Rs 13,800 crore from the deal proceeds and is now aiming to be debt free in another year, Reliance Group chairman Anil Ambani said.
"The entire proceeds of the sale transaction have been earmarked for the payment of various debt including final redemption of Series 3 NCDs amounting to Rs 133.38 crore due on August 20, 2018," RInfra said in a BSE filing.
Mumbai, Jan 11 (ANI): Reliance Defence has signed an accord with Andhra Pradesh Government to set up a naval facility along the country’s coast with an initial investment of Rs.50 billion. Reliance Defence, a unit of billionaire Anil Ambani’s Reliance Infrastructure, plans to build submarines and aircraft carriers as well as to provide services including maintenance and refitting of ships at the facility. Reliance Chairman Ambani cited estimates saying the Indian navy could spend nearly 200 billion rupees annually over the next 15 years on acquisitions and fleet modernisation of submarines and aircraft carriers.