Sunil Bharti Mittal (born 23 October 1957) is the founder, chairman and Group CEO of Bharti Enterprises, which has interests in telecom, retail, financial services, and agri business.
Interestingly Sunil Mittal studied at the Wynberg Allen School in Mussoorie
The Group flagship Bharti Airtel, with operations in 20 countries across Asia and Africa and a customer base of over 275 million , is India’s largest telecom company and world’s fourth largest mobile operator. Bharti Airtel clocked revenues of over USD 14.5 billion in FY2013. He is Listed as the 8th most Richest person in India by Forbes with a Net worth of $7 Billion.
In 2004 Bharti Enterprises set up a 50:50 joint venture with the Rothschilds, called FieldFresh Foods, to export fresh fruit and vegetable to the European Union. The investment involved: Rs 250 crore.
The Rothschild’s had big plans for India of growing food cheap in India and exporting it to the US and Europe In 2006 the Bharti Group had entered into a tie up with Walmart to cater to retail including food retail The plan was the Food Fresh wld source food and the Bharti Wallmart tie up retail it in India .
Unfortunately for them the plan didn’t work out
In Sept 2007 the Rothschild’s sold out most of their stake to the Philippine based Del Monte Pacific Ltd, producers of premium food and beverages Del Monte Pacific Ltd is owned by Filipino Campos family and is different from the Del Monte Foods owned by Jew controlled Private Equity firm KKR (Kohlberg Kravis Roberts)
Mittal then teamed up with the Rothschilds to launch the Manmohan Singh Undergraduate Scholarship from Cambridge University The Manmohan Singh Undergraduate Scholarship Fund was launched with gifts from Sir Evelyn and Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild through the Eranda Foundation, and from the Mr Sunil Bharti Mittal-led company, Bharti Airtel (through the Bharti Foundation). Source University of Cambridge
In 2010 the Bharti Group made a big foray into African mobile business when it bought out 15 nation African business of the Kuwait-based Zain Telecom and become the fifth largest mobile operator in the world. The deal gave Bharati control over the Tower infrastructure of Zain in Africa which had thousands of towers all over Africa
The Bharati group had taken large debt to buy the Zain stake in Africa so it decided to sell off the African Tower Business
Guess who bought out 3100 towers in Africa ? A company called Helios Towers Africa Who owns Helios Towers Africa ? Helios Investments, a Rothschilds Madeline Albright controlled group Incidentally Madeline Albright was born Jewish and her original name is Jana Korbel
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