The government has also honored Mrs. Rajni Bectors, who has achieved the status of a mistress of a corporation that started an IPO worth Rs 550 crore by starting a business reception . it’s been announced to offer him the Padma Shri on the occasion of Republic Day.
The story of Mrs. Rajni Bectors is inspiring. She came to India in 1948 at the time of partition of the country. Having interest in bakery, he started the business of biscuits. Last year, his company came out with an IPO of Rs 550 crore.
Rajni Bector was born within the city of Karachi in undivided India in 1940, but later she was educated in Lahore. She moved from Pakistan to India together with her family at the time of partition.
His family settled in Delhi. He graduated in Delhi and was married to a Ludhiana-based businessman. At an equivalent time in 1978, he started making biscuits in his home and later also started the frozen dessert business.
Mrs. Rajni Bector loved baking. After the years of marriage, he started changing his hobby into business in 1978. Today, biscuits, bread and frozen dessert of his company ‘Mrs Bectors’ and ‘Crimea’ group became popular.
Today, the products of his Crimea Group are exported to about 50 countries including Africa, America, Britain, Middle-East. Its business has become about 700 crores. Today Creamica produces about 1.34 lakh tonnes of biscuits and cookies during a year.