According to the official, Cyrus Mistry was driving a Mercedes from Ahmedabad to Mumbai.
According to authorities, Cyrus Mistry, who followed Ratan Tata as chairman of the Tata Sons before being deposed in India’s most publicised boardroom coup, died on Sunday in an automobile accident in Palghar, Maharashtra. He was 54.
According to the statement, Mr. Mistry was driving a Mercedes from Ahmedabad to Mumbai.
The wrecked remains of the silver Mercedes automobile were visible in photos taken at the scene of the accident. A road barrier caused the car to crash in the Charoti neighbourhood of Palghar, 135 kilometres from Mumbai
“Around 3.15 pm, Mistry was travelling from Ahmedabad to Mumbai when the tragedy happened. On the Surya River Bridge, the accident took place. It appears to be a mishap, “Balasaheb Patil, the district police chief for Palghar, stated.
Along with the driver of the vehicle, two other passengers were hurt. All of the injured patients have been taken to a hospital in Gujarat.
The nation was led in grieving the passing of the business mogul by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who described it as a “huge loss” to the economic and industrial worlds.
“It’s shocking that Shri Cyrus Mistry passed away so quickly. He was a bright businessman who had faith in India’s ability to prosper economically. The business and industrial worlds have suffered greatly since his demise. We send our sympathies to his family and friends. May he find peace with his soul” P M Modi tweeted.
Anand Mahindra, an industrialist, claimed that it was “difficult to digest” the news of Mr. Mistry’s passing.
“I had the chance to come to know Cyrus Mistry well during his all-too-short reign as the head of the House of Tata. I think he was destined for greatness. He shouldn’t have been denied existence, but if life had other plans for him, that’s okay too. Shanti Osho “stated Mr. Mahindra.
Supriya Sule, the daughter of Sharad Pawar, expressed her shock and anguish.
dreadful news My brother Cyrus Mistry passed away. It’s difficult to accept.
“Gone too soon,” wrote Sena’s Priyanka Chaturvedi in a tweet.
Mr. Mistry, the sixth chairman of Tata Sons, was relieved of his duties in October 2016.He took over as chairman after Ratan Tata declared his retirement in December 2012.