"He Had A Passion For Life": Tata Sons Chairman's Tribute To Cyrus Mistry

"He Had A Ardour For Life": Tata Sons Chairman's Tribute To Cyrus Mistry

Cyrus Mistry, the 54-year-old former chairman of Tata Sons, died in a highway accident close to Mumbai right this moment. N Chandrasekaran, the present chairman of the conglomerate, paid respect to Mistry and stated it was “actually tragic that he handed away at such a younger age”.

“I’m deeply saddened by the sudden and premature demise of Mr Cyrus Mistry. He had a ardour for all times and it’s actually tragic that he handed away at such a younger age. My deepest condolences and prayers for his household in these tough instances,” he wrote in an announcement.

The accident came about in Palghar, situated about 100 kilometres from Mumbai, on Sunday afternoon. Mistry was travelling to Mumbai from Gujarat with three others, B Patil, the highest police official in Palghar district, stated.

A senior Mumbai police official stated the automobile through which Mistry was travelling had rammed right into a divider, and that he had died on the accident website.