Ashiq Banday bags leadership awards
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Nov 30: All India Achievers Foundation has honoured Ashiq Banday, COO Banday Impex Private Limited (BIPL) group with the awards of Business Leadership and Quality Excellence. The awards were received on his behalf by Group’s Regional Manger Rafiq Ahmad at National Economic Growth and World Peace seminar and award presentation 2009 at Habitat World, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi.
Awards were presented by eminent personalities including Dr Bishama Narian Singh, former Union minister and Governor, Justice O.P. Verma, former Governor and chief Justice, G.V.G Krishnamurthy, former Election commissioner of India, Maj. Ved Prakash, Secretary All India Congress committee, Dr Janice Darbari , Hony Counsel General and Joginder Singh former CBI director.
“These awards mark the importance of leadership in business by highlighting the achievements that have made significant contributions to the corporate world and the community at large. It is indeed great achievement by Ashiq Banday considering the difficult operating conditions in the state because of terrain and reach from rest of India,” the company in a statement said.
BIPL is a diversified business group with REHMAT Spices as its flagship venture. The brand REHMAT spices are a popular brand name in the Kashmir Valley. The group has major business interests in various segments like spices, food processing, tea and real estate development.
The group is presently firming up plans to launch the premium tea under the brand name of CASTLE BERRY and distribution set up of DAIMOND brand saffron across the geographies of India and abroad.
The 15 year old group had its humble beginning with its key installations at Khonmoh Industrial Estate, Kashmir with operating offices in Delhi and Mumbai. The group is providing economic stability to the state of J&K by carrying its manufacturing in the valley with international standards. The group has also proven to provide much needed job opportunities to both skilled and unskilled manpower in the valley.
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