After Cyrus Mistry’s Tragic Death, Anand Mahindra pledges to do this, His tweet goes viral

Cyrus Pallonji Mistry was a successful Indian businessman. Moreover, he was also the chairman of the Tata Group, an Indian business conglomerate (2012 to 2016). In fact, he was the sixth chairman of the group and the second one not to bear the surname Tata.

The businessman passed away on September 4 in a car crash. The incident shocked the entire nation. His car (Mercedes-Benz GLC) was speeding at 100 kmph and the brakes were applied five seconds before the crash happened.

On the 4th of September, Mistry and 3 members of the Pandole family turned up to visit the Iranshah Atash Behram at Udvada. As confirmed by Zoroastrian high priest Khurshed Dastoor, all of them travelled all the way from Mumbai to Udvada to offer prayers after the death of Dinshaw Pandole and Pallonji Mistry.

While returning from Udvada to Mumbai, the driver of the car in which they were travelling crashed into a road divider in Palghar on a bridge over the Surya River.

Anand Mahindra posts a tweet after Cyrus Mistry’s death

Anand Mahindra is one of the most admired personalities in India. The billionaire tycoon is also quite active on the micro-blogging Twitter platform. Every now and then, he comes up with exciting or catchy tweets to engage with his fans and followers on social media.

After Cyrus Mistry's Tragic Death, Anand Mahindra pledges to do this, His tweet goes viral

From posting Monday motivation stuff to expressing his opinions, the Twitter fraternity has seen it all. At the same time, he never shies away from giving befitting or epic replies to the haters on social media. Usually, he interacts with his fans on Twitter. When fans ask an interesting question, Anand Mahindra gives a reply in his own style. 

Recently, after the demise of businessman Cyrus Mistry, he urged everyone to take the pledge to wear seat belts even in the rear seat. His tweet highlighted reports that Cyrus Mistry was in the backseat and not wearing his seat belt while travelling.

“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.