It may surprise many readers to know that none of us in the GEC [Group Executive Council] had any inkling about the kind of action that would be taken against Cyrus Mistry. I was in my office on the Monday afternoon of this action when I got a call from his secretary, Bhavesh Mistry, asking me to urgently come to the chairman’s office. I knew something was amiss from his tone, and practically raced to the fourth floor from my second-floor office. As I was ushered into the office, I saw a sombre Cyrus Mistry deep in thought.
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First Published: Fri, February 15 2019. 21:19 IST