Reliance Industries Limited on Thursday announced that it is going to make a contribution of up to $50 million in Breakthrough Energy Ventures owned by Bill Gates and George Soros among others.
The investment constitutes 5.75% of the size of the fund contemplated at present, the Mukesh Ambani-led company said in a regulatory filing. “The said investment will be made in tranches over the next 8-10 years,” it added.
As Mint reported, the transaction is subject to approval from Reserve Bank of India. The investment does not fall within related party transactions and none of RIL’s promoter, promoter group, group companies have any interest in the transaction, it added.
Breakthrough Energy is a global group of 28 high net-worth investors from ten countries funding clean energy companies emerging from the initiatives of Mission Innovation, which was announced at the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference.
Mission Innovation was announced by Bill Gates at COP21 on 30 November 2015, on stage with President Obama, President Hollande and Prime Minister Modi.
Mission Innovation’s link to private sector investment is via the Breakthrough Energy Ventures group of private investors, also spearheaded by Bill Gates and which was formed in parallel at COP21.
Members of the group include:
University of California was the sole institutional investor at launch
Both Bill Gates and George Soros are facing a global backlash for crimes against humanity. Days after it was revealed in an intercepted human intelligence report that Bill Gates offered $10 million bribe for a forced Coronavirus vaccination program in Nigeria, an Italian politician demanded the arrest of Bill Gates in the Italian parliament.
Sara Cunial, the Member of Parliament for Rome denounced Bill Gates as a “vaccine criminal” and urged the Italian President to hand him over to the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity. She also exposed Bill Gates’ agenda in India and Africa, along with the plans to chip the human race through the digital identification program ID2020.
Recently, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation was caught promoting child labour in an opinion piece in The Guardian titled “Child labour doesn’t have to be exploitation – it gave me life skills“. Soon after it was reported widely, The Guardian removed mention of Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation funding the piece from the article page.
George Soros on the other hand has been accused of fomenting chaos in a target nation in the garb of promoting democracy.
Recently, it was revealed that Open Society Foundations, an organization established by George Soros is funding $220 million to BLM (Black Lives Matter) style groups focused on ‘Racial Justice’ to create civil-war in United States of America. The public records disclosed that Soros will double his 2016 election’s expenditures to overthrow the US Government.