Mumbai has the highest number of billionaires in India. According to a mapping done on the Forbes website, 38 billionaires come from Mumbai, with Mukesh Ambani, chairman of Reliance Industries, topping it. The Oxfam report also said that it would take an unskilled laborer ten thousand years to earn the same amount of income that Mukesh Ambani earned in one hour during the epidemic.
In the Corona era, Mukesh Ambani earned Rs 90 crore per hour. Let us tell you that a report of Oxfam, an organization working for the eradication of poverty came. Accordingly, during the lockdown, the wealth of 100 billionaires in India increased by Rs 12,97,822 crore in the period after March 2020. If this much money is made among the 13.8 crore poorest people in the country, then Rs 94,045 can be given to each of them.
According to data for January 25, 2021, Forbes Real-Time Billionaire Index, 34 of these top 100 billionaires have a net worth of $ 348.9 billion, while Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk have a net worth of $ 359 billion. According to the Forbes Real-Time Billionaires Index, Jeff Bezos ranks first in the list of the world's top-10 billionaires with assets of $ 187.0 billion and Elon Musk is second with $ 172.8 billion.