Amar Singh Tapes with Anil Ambani: The Amar Prem Katha: Part 11 23
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O: Amar Singh's residence.
P: I am calling from Anil Ambani's office.
O: Yes, sir?
P: Is Amar Singh sir around?
O: Yes, sir.
P: Anil Ambani sir...
O: One minute, sir.
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Q: Hello, yes? Hello?
P: Mr. Amar Singh please for Mr. Anil Ambani.
Q: Mr. Anil Ambani wants to talk to him?
P: Yes, sir.
Q: Just a moment.
Q: May I know who is on line?
Q: Mr. Abhay, just a moment.
Am: Haan, Amar Singh.
P: Sir, Anilbhai wants to speak. Sir, can you hold for a minute?
Am: Haan, Anilbhai.
An: Sorry sir. How was Bihar?
Am: Bihar was very nice.
An: Very nice? First class. What's the situation like there?
Am: I had gone to Arjun Singh's. He had called me.
An: Arjun Singhji? That's great. Is he not well?
Am: No, bade meherbaan ho gaye hai (he's very grateful).
An: Grateful, is he? That's great. Meherbaan, kadardaan.
Am: He said that...
An: I thought he is the biggest enemy of Mr Mulayam Singh Yadav and Amar Singh and Anil Ambani all combined together.
Am: He met me and was very grateful. His daughter...
An [interrupts]: Is in your pocket.
Am: Nobody is in anybody's pocket except for you in mine and vice versa.
An: [chuckles] Right. 'Hum aapke hai kaun?' [chuckles]
Am: Dil ko behlaane ko, Ghalib, ye khayal achcha hai (It's a nice sentiment to amuse oneself with, Ghalib).
An: Hm -
Am: So he had called me to say that the SC order had come and the backward [castes] admission can't be done.
Am: He wanted to know what my analysis on this is.
Am: The Prime Minister had told him, for every single bill and the important thing - hello? - on which (?) were discussed, things are discussed with you.
Am: That is how it is. I told him to submit what his proposal is, that I will talk to my party and get back to you.
Am: Isn't it?
Am: This is what happened. That's all.
Am: He asked what was happening in politics. I said, we are beating you and so are you. Jai Hind, bande mataram.
An: Boss, now, Vinay and Nahata came today. That's why I had called in the morning before meeting them.
[contines] Umm...then...they will be receiving an order worth some Rs. 500-800 thousand crores today.
An: To HFEI
An: I told them, without the blessings and approval of Mr. Amar Singh, you will get nothing.
Am: Right. Very kind of you, boss.
An: So we will be meeting today. Should I give it or stop it?
Am: No, give it.
An: Should I? For sure?
Am: Give it. Boss, it's an integrated affair.
An: Okay. First take your aarti.
Am: I will take the aarti. They know that I am the de-facto owner of Reliance Infocom. Reliance Energy, Infocom...
An: You are the owner of everything. You are the owner of Anil Ambani, the rest don't count.
Am: Oh, as you are younger than me... so all your maal (assets) is mine...
An: No problem, sir. All I am saying is... 2.5, five into twos... 125 million, 125... Will be orders worth about 700-800 crores.
Am: How much will we earn off 700-800 crores, these bloody thieves?
An: In this case you will earn...
Am: 70-80 crores?
An: Seven into three is twenty one... no, some 25-50 crores.
Am: Oh, that much?
An: That's only trading, boss. All they have to do is import from China, nothing else.
Am: 25-30 crores are a lot, boss.
An: Yes, for doing nothing.
Am: Right. Take from this hand and give from another.
Am: Secondly, Tata has sold that project.
An: Yes, I got the mail. It was to GVK.
Am: Yes, GVK.
An: Congratulations, sir. The power is going to be so costly, UP won't be able to afford it.
An: There's Sanjay Reddy, Suviram's son.
Am: Sanjay Reddy or Ashok Kumar Reddy?
An: Sanjay...Sanjay Reddy.
Am: Oh, is he Suviram's son?
An: Yes. Drop it, we have nothing to do with it. It can't come under the tariff. he was told him that there will be a tender to assess what his rates will be.
Am: If there is a de-merger, please save my life.
An: Yes, we will save you.
Am: In a natak (play)...no, in reality itself, the project was in 2009, [so] that is not the issue. We are trying to pass it via NTPC.
An: No, that won't be possible.
Am: You think so?
Am: But he's trying?
An: He's trying desperately but who will let him do it?
Am: 'Who will let him do it. He's trying.'
An: Not like we will let him do it.
Am: Why would you?
Am: And send the SEZ thing.
An: Yes, it's in the process. I had a full day meeting on Sunday on lots of other issues. I am on it.
[continues] And is everything else fine, sir?
Am: Yes. Get this made soon and...
An: I will send it.
Am: ...and get done with it. Let me have the satisfaction of doing something for you.
An: Sir, you have done so much. Nothing more needs to be done.
Am: Very kind of you to feel like that.
An: Okay, boss. Thank you.
Am: Thank you, sir.