Cyrus Mistry, a former chairman of the Tata Group and an industrialist, has died. He was killed in a car accident. This incident took place in Palghar, close to Mumbai. Mistry was rushed to the hospital following the incident, where he was pronounced dead. According to a police officer, Cyrus Mistry, the former chairman of Tata Sons, was killed on Sunday when his automobile collided with a divider in Maharashtra’s Palghar district.
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He stated that Mistry was traveling from Ahmedabad to Mumbai in a Mercedes automobile when the collision occurred at around 3.15 pm. The event happened on a Surya river bridge. Along with the car’s driver, two other passengers also suffered injuries. All of the injured have been taken to a Gujarat hospital. According to Balasaheb Patil (DCP, Thane), it appears to be a typical traffic accident. His car ran over the divider. Even the car was destroyed in the tragic crash. Mistry’s passenger in the car with him has passed away.
PM Modi tweeted
PM Modi posted and tweeted, “Cyrus Mistry’s sudden death is shocking. He was a bright businessman who believed in India’s economic might. His passing leaves a huge void in business and industry. Friends and family of his offer their condolences. May he rest in peace, his soul.”
6th Chairman of Tata Group
On July 4, 1968, Cyrus Pallonji Mistry was born. He was Pallonji Mistry’s younger child and the founder of the Shapoorji Pallonji Group. He completed his foundational coursework at the Cathedral and John Connon Schools in Mumbai before moving to London to pursue a degree in civil engineering. He served as the Tata Group’s sixth chairman. Let us notify you that Cyrus Mistry was appointed chairman of Tata Sons in 2012 following Ratan Tata’s departure.