Saturday, June 25, 2022

Steel City pays homage to its founder, Cyrus Mistry promises better Jamshedpur

Jamshedpur : Amidst the ongoing challenges in the global economy, Tata Steel is committed to value creation for the sustainable growth of the society.

This was evident at the series of events organised by the steel major to pay tributes to its founder Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata on his 176th birth anniversary.

Addressing citizens near JN Tata’s bust at Bistupur Postal Park, Cyrus P Mistry, chairman, Tata Group said that the company is committed to make Jamshedpur a better and smart city.

“I am happy that, in keeping with it’s tradition, the Tata Steel has taken up projects for improving 22 roads in city and recycling 100 per cent collected sewage which will be used for horticulture and industrial requirements,” said Mistry.

In his statement he said: “I am delighted and honored to be here in Jamshedpur on the occasion of the 176th Birth Anniversary of our Founder. On this day, we cherish the memory of Jamsetji Tata and resolve to live up to his high ideals in the growth of Tata Companies here and elsewhere in the world.

This also happens to be the year in which Tata Power, another of our Founder’s visionary projects which is one of the key energy suppliers to Jamshedpur, observes its 100th anniversary.

The core of Jamsetji Tata’s business philosophy was the conviction that the community is not just another stakeholder in business but is, in fact, the very purpose of its existence. Tata Steel’s commitment to Jamshedpur reflects that belief.

I am happy that, in keeping with its traditions, the Company has taken up projects for improving 22 roads in the city and recycling 100% collected sewage which will be used for horticulture and for industrial requirements.

I congratulate the companies in their accomplishments and urge all Tata colleagues to continue to serve the citizenry in an exemplary manner. Thank you very much for joining us in the celebrations. We value our relationship with you and deeply appreciate your continued support. Thank you.”

He also flagged off Founder’s Day pageantry near Bistupur post office, which saw 30 tableaux of social, educational and trade bodies, Rapid Action Force, army unit of Punjab Regiment on bikes, and 891 Field Regiment of Sonari-based Army camp displaying exhibit on Zimmedar Nagrik, Zimmedar Shahar inculcating responsibilities amongst residents of city.

Prior to this excitement ruled the function as the chairman along with Tata Steel MD T. V Narendran arrived at the Tata Steel Works Main Gate to participate in the main function inside the plant.

Around 5,000 employees, 35 units and 13 floats displayed this year’s theme — “Unfolding a New Story” — before dignitaries which included, member board of directors Tata Steel Ishaat Hussain, Tata Steel CEO (Europe) Karl Ulrich Kohler, former Tata Steel managing director J. J Irani, Koushik Chatterjee, group director, corporate and finance.

A series of sporting events were also organised across all departments to celebrate the Founder’s Day with the citizens, children and communities settled in Jamshedpur and the neighbouring areas.

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