Indian merchant distributes 491 Fiat Punto cars as gifts

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AHMADABAD: A diamond dealer, in the state of Gujarat in India, has gifted cars, houses and jewelry worth $8 million, which is equivalent to Rs. 823,200,000, to his employees as a reward for achieving the company’s objectives and annual sales targets.

Savji Dholakia, who runs a diamond export company in Surat, distributed 491 Fiat Punto Evo cars, 525 pieces of diamond jewelry and 200 apartments on the occasion of Diwali to his employees. Dholakia’s company employs close to 7,500 employees around the world, out of which more than 1200 benefited from his generosity.

Surat is the thriving center of trade in diamonds in India, where rough diamonds are cut, polished and exported. Mr. Dholakia

Mr. Dholakia is known for richly rewarding his employees. He has been rewarding his employees with an open heart since 2012, when he gave away three cars that year and seventy-two the following year, to his employees.

His company, Hrishikesh Exporters is one of the largest exporters of diamonds in Surat and has offices in the USA, Belgium and China.At a function, held specifically for the ceremony, Mr Dholakia, the owner of Hrishikesh Exporters, told his employees,

At a function, held specifically for the ceremony, Mr Dholakia, the owner of Hrishikesh Exporters, told his employees,”This company is making profits because of you. If you are happy, then we will progress further. You should enjoy my profits,”

“This company is making profits because of you. If you are happy, then we will progress further. You should enjoy my profits,” “There is no limit to our happiness. This year, the company gave the car for people who had received houses or jewelry in the past and the homes of people who had received cars and jewelry in the past.”, said Nareshbhai Maini, one of the employees who received jewelry. “There are many workers who have received cars, who will have to learn driving now,” Maini further added.

“There is no limit to our happiness. This year, the company gave the car for people who had received houses or jewelry in the past and the homes of people who had received cars and jewelry in the past.”, said Nareshbhai Maini, one of the employees who received jewelry. “There are many workers who have received cars, who will have to learn driving now,” Maini further added.About 400,000 people are employed in cutting and polishing of diamonds in more than 2,500 factories in Surat.

About 400,000 people are employed in cutting and polishing of diamonds in more than 2,500 factories in Surat.

The article was first published at the BBC.

Fazal Gilani

A former news reporter for Samaa TV, who is currently working as an assignment editor at channel24/city41 & a freelance journalist. He has a Masters degrees in Mass Communication & International Relations. He tweets as @Gilaniism. He Blogs at www.fazalgilani.com

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