|Alijah Gulamhussein Remtulla
|Place of birth||Gwadar|
|Country of birth||India|
|Address (Home or Hospital)||Home|
|Date of Birth||1886|
|Date of Death||1965|
|Place of Death|| COLOMBO
|Place of longest stay||COLOMBO|
|Profession or occupation carried out for the longest period in life:||Business-Tea|
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|Full name||Muhammad Remu|
|Full name||Hirbai Gulamhussein Remtulla|
|Full name||ABDUL AZIZ REMTULLA|
|Full name||Laila Hashwani|
|Full name||Anver Aziz|
|Full name||Zarin Bai Alibhai Patel|
Gulamhussein Remtulla (Remu) was a dry fish exporter from Gwadar, who first come to Colombo in the 1920s on a business trip. In 1933, he came back to settle and started as an importer of dates but then acquired a most lucrative agency for [ps://www.usha.com/fans Usha Fans], which his family went into manufacturing for the entire Si Lanka market.
He was also responsible for bringing a number of Kutchi Khojas families to Sri Lanka, including his relative, Hussein Jaffer Bhimji.
In all, Remu spent 79 years in Sri Lanka and died in Colombo in 1965.
His firm still exists in Colombo holding some prize real estate and, until 4 years ago, exporting quality teas.