Nusli Wadia writes to Tata Sons board
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Mumbai: Wadia group chairman Nusli Wadia has written to the board of Tata Sons Ltd, asking the holding company of the Tata group to withdraw the shareholder resolution which seeks his removal as an independent director in three group companies.
A Tata Sons spokesperson confirmed the company has received a letter. “We will respond to it appropriately,” he said.
Tata Sons on 11 November moved resolutions to eject Cyrus Mistry—who was previously ousted as Tata Sons chairman—and Wadia as directors of Tata Steel Ltd, Tata Chemicals Ltd and Tata Motors Ltd.
The development followed a Tata Chemicals board meeting on 10 November in which Wadia and other independent directors backed Mistry as chairman of the board.