Bahadur Ali ( IB Group Chairman ) Bio, Net Worth

Who is Bahadur Ali ?

“Bahadur Ali” is one of the well known industrialist of Chhattisgarh who is known as the Chairman of IB Group. According to a report, Bahadur Ali is considered to be the richest man in Chhattisgarh.

Bahadur Ali Biography

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“Bahadur Ali” is a well-known businessman from Chhattisgarh who was born in 1963 in Rajnandgaon, Chhattisgarh. His father had a small bicycle shop where “Bahadur Ali” used to make bicycle punctures. “Bahadur Ali” wanted to do business from the very beginning.That’s why “Bahadur Ali” started a small poultry business as soon as he completed his college studies. Initially, “Bahadur Ali” started his business with only a hundred chickens, “Bahadur Ali” tells that the difficulty he felt in selling those hundred chickens Took it as challenges, and he thought why not make it a big business, his business went on and his income was about 5 crores turnover. After this, “Bahadur Ali” did not look back and kept moving forward. You may also read this: Gautam Adani Biography

Personal Information of Bahadur Ali

Real Name Bahadur Ali
Nick NameNA
Date of Birth 1963
Age 60yr Approx (As of 2023)
Birth PlaceRajnandgaon, Chhattisgarh
HometownChhattisgarh ( India )
Meriatual StatusMerriede
School NA

Physical Information of Bahadur Ali

Body ColorWheat Color
Eye ColorBlack
Hair ColorBlack

Birth And Early Education of Bahadur Ali

“Bahadur Ali” was born in 1963 in Rajnandgaon, Chhattisgarh. Bahadur Ali was brought up in Chhattisgarh and Bahadur Ali did his 12th standard from a school in Chhattisgarh and higher education from a college in Chhattisgarh.

Bahadur Ali’s Family

“Bahadur Ali” was born in a Muslim family in Chhattisgarh. We do not have much information about his parents and other members. We will update the post as soon as we get to know anything about it.

Bahadur Ali’s Net Worth

“Bahadur Ali” is the richest man of Chhattisgarh whose total assets are around 7000 crores as of 2023.

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