Amar Singh Tapes with Jai Prakash Gaur: The Amar Prem Katha: Part 2 23
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Phone conversations of Samjwadi Party leader Amar Singh with several eminent personalities. Amar Singh informs Jai Prakash Gaur about the bidding for Mirzapur cement and the other competitors in the process. They have a casual discussion about each others well being.
They are talking about the bidding process for UP state cement corporation. Which Gaur eventually won http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2006-01-31/news/27463481_1_jaypee-group-jaypee-associates-dalmia-cement
Gaur who also owned a cement plant in Rewa talks about the advantage of Mirzapur plant given the state support to transport over the railway lines
Operator (O): Amar Singh's residence.
Jaiprakash Industries (I): I am calling from Jaiprakash industries.
O: Yes, yes.
I: Amar Singh sir wanted to speak to Jai Prakash Gaur sir?
O: Yes sir, yes sir.
I: May I transfer the call?
O: Yes, sir.
[call kept on hold]
Jaiprakash (J): Hello?
O: Yes sir, I am transferring the call.
J: Yes, this is Jaiprakash.
[call kept on hold]
J: Namaskar. This is Jaiprakash.
Am: Namaskarji. Happy Diwali.
J: Same to you.
Am: And many salutations.
J: Arre aap... So, everything fine?
Am: Yes, all's well. Do you wish to take the Mirzapur bid for cement?
Am: Do you wish to take the Mirzapur bid for cement?
J: Yes, yes. Definitely.
J: Yes, the bid is on the 15th?
J: Is it on the 15th?
Am: Yes, it is.
J: We will surely take it.
J: Actually I am stuck in Rewa.
J: So this will suit us.
Am: 'Will suit [you]'.
J: You get the 'siding' on this.
J: You get 'siding' from the railways in this. In Rewa, we don't get 'siding'.
Am: Right, right.
J: So that is always a disadvantage.
Am: Your competition is with Lafarge
J: Yes, with Lafarge and...
Am: And Birla.
J: Yes, with one Birla and Dalmia.
Am: Yes, with Dalmia.
J: There are three.
Am: You have never told me but see how much I care for you.
J: Of course [chuckles] you do take care of me...
Am: Yes, yes.
J: Definitely. When can we meet... hello?
Am: Yes, who can stop you from meeting.
J: No, no, even then... you were busy in Bihar so I didn't disturb you.
Am: Yes, when will you show your presence
J: I will come on the 3rd to Delhi.
Am: Okay. Your Guru Nanak is also coming on the 3rd.
J: [chuckles] Listen, our Nanak is sitting here, the one who is speaking.
Am: Do come, you are welcome on 3rd. I will be here, we will meet.
J: Okay, I will come. I will come.