I may have had many imperfections, but i have no doubt or erosion of conviction about the direction in chose, the integrity behind my actions and their consequences said Cyrus Mistry on Tuesday.
Mistry said that he is disappointed by the Supreme Court verdict on over his battle with Tata Sons.
“Although i will no longer be able to influence the governance of Tata group directly, the issues i have raised will cause deeper reflection and influence concerned individuals to catalyse change. I sleep with clear conscience,” Mistry said.
The Supreme Court on Friday upheld the decision of the Tata Sons board in October 2016 to remove its then chairman, Cyrus Mistry, from office and later the company’s board.
In its 282-page judgment, the court set aside the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal’s (NCLAT’s) order of December 2019, which had re-instated Mistry on the Tata Sons board and had termed the appointment of the current chairman, N Chandrasekaran, “illegal”.
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