Cyrus Mistry death: “I resolve to always wear my seat belt even when in the rear seat of the car,” said Anand Mahindra in a tweet.
As the police investigated the car crash that killed former Tata Group chairman Cyrus Mistry, industrialist Anand Mahindra today posted a pledge that he said "we all owe our families". His tweet focused on reports that Cyrus Mistry was in the backseat and not wearing his seat belt at the time.
“I resolve to always wear my seat belt even when in the rear seat of the car. And I urge all of you to take that pledge too. We all owe it to our families,” Anand Mahindra, the chairman of the Mahindra Group, wrote.
I resolve to always wear my seat belt even when in the rear seat of the car. And I urge all of you to take that pledge too. We all owe it to our families. https://t.co/4jpeZtlsw0— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) September 5, 2022
Cyrus Mistry, 54, died in an accident on Sunday on his way to Mumbai from Gujarat’s Udwada. He was traveling in a car with Darius Pandole, a former independent director in the Tata Group, his wife Anahita Pandole and brother Jehangir Pandole.
The death of Cyrus Mistry has left the corporate world in shock. Prime Minister Narendra Modi described him as a promising business leader who believed in India’s economic prowess.
Anand Mahindra’s Pledge After Details Emerge On Cyrus Mistry’s Car Accident