BDL paid interim dividend of Rs 92.008 crore to Govt PERFORMANCE

Bharat Dynamics Limited (BDL) has paid an interim dividend of Rs 92.008 crores to the Govt of India for the financial year 2020 – 21

 

BDL paid interim dividend of Rs 92.008 crore to Govt
BDL paid interim dividend of Rs 92.008 crore to Govt

 

New Delhi. Bharat Dynamics Limited (BDL), a Hyderabad based Defence Public Sector Undertaking, has declared an interim dividend of Rs 6.70 per share of   Rs 10/- each for the financial year 2020 – 21. The interim dividend declared by the Company works out to 67% of the paid up share capital of Rs 183. 28 Crore.

Commodore Siddharth Mishra (Retd), Chairman and Managing Director, BDL presented the cheque for Rs 92.008 Crore, being the interim dividend pertaining to the Government of India shareholding in BDL, (74.93%) to Shri Rajnath Singh, Hon’ble Raksha Mantri at New Delhi today.


Shri Raj Kumar, Secretary (Defence Production), Shri Anurag Bajpai, Joint Secretary (P&C) from Ministry of Defence and Cmde Siddharth Mishra(Retd), CMD,   Cmde TN Kaul (Retd), Executive Director (Mktg)  & Col Ravi Prakash (Retd), Dy General Manager (Liaison) from BDL were present on the occasion.



Posted Date :  22-03-21

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