Relationship with Muhammad Ali Jinnah
Nusli Wadia’s mother Dina Wadia was the daughter of Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Nusli Wadia’s paternal grandfather, Sir Ness Wadia, was a noted textile industrialist, who was instrumental in turning the city of Bombay into one of the world’s largest cotton trading centers in the late 19th century. The Wadia family is one of the oldest industrial houses in the country. It interferes in the business of biscuits to clothes in the country. Nusli Wadia, who is handling the business of Wadia Group as chairman, also has a deep connection with the founder of Pakistan, Mohammad Ali Jinnah.
Mutiny was done to save Bombay Dyeing
Nusli Wadia, owner of GoAir to Britannia and Bombay Dyeing, inherited the business. Nusli Wadia is one of the richest person in the country. The Wadia Group was established in the year 1736. Nusli Wadia ventured into business in the 1970s. There came a time when Nusli’s father Neville Wadia wanted to sell Bombay Dyeing Company. He also wanted to leave India. Nusli Wadia strongly opposed it. Nusli had talked about living in India and running the Bombay Dyeing Company. In this way the Wadia Group remained in India.
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