Cyrus Mistry death: “I resolve to constantly wear my safety belt also when in the rear seat of the car,” claimed Anand Mahindra in a tweet.

As the police checked out the auto accident that eliminated previous Tata Group chairman Cyrus Mistry, industrialist Anand Mahindra today posted a pledge that he stated “we all owe our families”. His tweet focused on reports that Cyrus Mistry remained in the rear seat as well as not wearing his seat belt at the time.

“I solve to constantly wear my seat belt even when in the rear seat of the auto. And I advise all of you to take that promise as well. All of us owe it to our households,” Anand Mahindra, the chairman of the Mahindra Team, wrote.

Cyrus Mistry, 54, passed away in an accident on Sunday on his method to Mumbai from Gujarat’s Udwada. He was taking a trip in a vehicle with Darius Pandole, a former independent director in the Tata Group, his other half Anahita Pandole and bro Jehangir Pandole.

Anahita Pandole, a Mumbai-based gynaecologist, was driving the automobile, a Mercedes. The authorities state she might have blown up of the vehicle while surpassing an additional lorry at a broadband as well as hit a road divider panel.

Police resources stated Cyrus Mistry and Jehangir Pandole remained in the rear seats and also not using seat belts. Anahita Pandole and Darius Pandole were seriously injured as well as are in medical facility.

The death of Cyrus Mistry has left the company world in shock. Prime Minister Narendra Modi described him as an encouraging magnate who believed in India’s financial expertise.

Cyrus Mistry was sacked as chairman of Tata Sons in a boardroom stroke of genius in 2016 after the firm criticised his efficiency. His ouster triggered years-long court and boardroom fight in between the Mistrys and Tatas. The High court ruled in 2014 that Cyrus Mistry’s ouster was legal.

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Last Updated: 5 September 2022