Cyrus Mistry, Ex Chairman of Tata Sons, Dies In Accident Near Mumbai 

Cyrus Mistry, who succeeded Ratan Tata as an executive of Tata Sons but was subsequently expelled in India's most high-profile meeting room overthrow, was killed in a car accident in Maharashtra's Palghar on Sunday, said police. He was 54.

Mr Mistry was making a trip from Ahmedabad to Mumbai in a Mercedes vehicle, it added.

"The accident took place around 3.15 pm, when Mistry was travelling to Mumbai from Ahmedabad. The accident took place on a bridge over the Surya river. It seems an accident," said Palghar district superintendent of police, Balasaheb Patil.

The Accident occurred on a bridge over the Surya waterway. It appears to be an accident," said Palghar region administrator of police, Babasaheb Patil.

"The Accident occurred around 3.15 pm when Mistry was traveling to Mumbai from Ahmedabad.

Alongside Mr. Mistry, Jehangir Pandole, Anahita Pandole, and Darius Pandole were available in the vehicle. Jehangir Pandole, a relative of Darius Pandole, is the other person who died in the accident.

Darius Pandole was a free chief in Tata group firms and had gone against the removal of Mr. Mistry as the organization's director. He additionally left the Tata group with Mr. Mistry Darius is Anahita's better half. Anahita Pandole,  a well-known gynecologist in Mumbai, was driving the vehicle. Anahita Pandole and Darius Pandole were moved to a private clinic in Vapi in Gujarat after the accident.