Tata Sons n. Chandrasekaran's re-election; Tata will lead the group for another five years

After the expulsion of Cyrus Mistry from the Tata group, N. Chandrasekaran was entrusted with the leadership of the Tata Group. Chandrasekaran fulfilled the trust placed in him by the Board of Directors.

Tata Group, one of the country's leading industry conglomerates Chandrasekaran has been given an extension. N. Chandrasekaran's re-election was sealed at a meeting of Tata Sons' board of directors today.

Today's meeting was specially attended by Ratan Tata, Honorary Chairman, Tata Group. N. as executive chairman of the group. The Board of Directors, including Ratan Tata, has expressed satisfaction over Chandrasekaran's performance. N. A unanimous decision was taken at the meeting that Chandrasekaran should lead the Tata Group for the next five years.

I consider it my destiny to lead the Tata Group. N. about the fact that the board of directors gave him another five years of opportunity. Chandrasekaran thanked. Air India was recently taken over by the Tata group. The Tata group has bought Air India at a cost of about Rs 18,000 crore. N. Under Chandrasekaran's leadership, a great and historic transaction was completed. To bring Air India to its former glory, the Tata group will have to make radical changes to the company's operations.

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