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Jamil Saidi

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Jamil Saidi
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Born (1969-08-27) 27 August 1969 (age 54)

Jamil Saidi is an Indian industrialist and politician from the Indian National Congress.[citation needed]who's also been Rajasthan Youth Congress General Secretary back in the day.[1]

Early life[edit]

Jamil Saidi was born in Tonk, Rajasthan.He lived in London from the early 1990s for more than 15 years and was a venerable businessmen who commuted between England and Germany on a regular basis.After fifteen years he finally came to India and got into politics until he realised politics isn't what he wants to do.[2]


Jamil Saidi formed Pipal Food Industries in 2006, Rajasthan Leather Industries in and Global Petromin In 2005.In his gigantic property in Rajasthan he is forming Agro Food Park which will be a multimillion-dollar investment for the industry.

He also campaigned for the ex Indian Cricket team captain Azharuddin in the 2014 Member of Parliament elections in Tonk and the Rajasthan deputy chief minister Sachin Pilot Member of legislative assembly elections in 2018 again.[3]

The entrepreneur acquired the rights for the Oscar Nominated Directors film “ Muhammad The Messenger of God” and plans to launch in Indian theatres before mid 2021 and in the United Kingdom, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka.

Financial Irregularities[edit]

Jamil Saidi was an accused in the Oil for food scandal in 2005 and was brought by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) for questioning various times and had also appeared for the press.Yet again in 2016 he was questioned by the Enforcement Directorate and in 2019 Jamil was questioned many times regarding the Augusta Westland Case where he also had a LOC on him for months and was denied permission by the ED to go pick up his minor children Aryaan&Shayaan from London who were doing a course at the Oxford University.[4][5]


  1. "Jamil Saidi's inspiring journey". Hindustan Times. Retrieved 27 July 2020.
  2. "Entrepreneur Jamil Saidi's life story". Deccan herald. Retrieved 4 August 2020.
  3. "Jamil Saidi's inspiring journey". Hindustan times. Retrieved 27 July 2020.
  4. "Former secretary of Congress Aniel Matherani on Natwar Singh's role in oil-for-food scam". India today. Retrieved 12 December 2005.
  5. "VVIP chopper scam Witness in money-laundering case moves HC to quash LOC against him". The Week. Retrieved 5 April 2020.

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