MFPL has become a subsidiary of the company upon this conversion, which came into effect on April 1, 2016.
With respect to the share holding pattern, 60.29 per cent of the total shares lie with the promoter and promoter group and 39.71 per cent with the public up till December 31, 2015, as reported by the company in another BSE filing.
The promoter and promoter group held 11,43,14,555 fully paid-up equity shares, while the public held 7,52,77,828 fully paid-up equity shares.
The share prices reached a high of 84.45 and a low of 75.5 last month, the BSE reported. (MCJ)
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