Tata Sons’ Chairman hails corona warriors
Jamshedpur, March 3: N Chandrasekaran, Chairman, Tata Sons on Wednesday said that the last 12 months had been a phase of grueling challenges and people had confronted rough weather on the survival terrain. “But in spite of it all, Tata Steel and the citizens of Jamshedpur had joined forces to weather the pandemic challenges in a befitting manner,” he observed.
He was addressing the citizens of Jamshedpur at Bistupur Postal Park after paying homage to Founder Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata on his 182nd Birth Anniversary.
In his brief speech, Chandrasekaran hailed the collective responsibility and commitment of the people of Jamshedpur for a better tomorrow.
The Chairman assured the citizens of Jamshedpur that the Tata Group while pursuing business expansion would continue to maintain its unwavering focus on enhancing the quality of life of the people as per the broadened spectrum of social responsibility.
“All round development is a continuous process in Jamshedpur and the Tata Group and Tata Steel are working in tandem to provide basic amenities like roads, water, electricity, health services and other social utilities that include introducing new parks and establishment of a medical college,” averred the Chairman.
Other luminaries present on the occasion were Tata Sons Chairman Emeritus Ratan Tata, CEO & MD Tata Steel TV Narendran, Executive Director and CFO Tata Steel Koushik Chatterjee, VPs of the Company, TWU office bearers and other dignitaries.
In the course of his talks, N Chandrasekaran while lauding the astute leadership and guidance of Ratan Tata stated, “In spite of trying times, the Chairman Emeritus led Tata Sons had covered significant grounds in the horizons of financial resources as also activities in the realms of food and healthcare.
The past year has been one of the most challenging junctures and whole hearted thanks go to frontline workers, TMH staff, CSR team and to each and every Jamshedpur citizen for the active role played to safeguard the workers and the community in general.
Homage to the founder was paid by over 30 contingents representing various divisions and departments of Tata Steel and Tata Steel group of companies inside the Tata Steel premises.
This year, the celebrations have been subdued in view of COVID-19 precautions. However, the spirit to pay homage to the Founder was intact and there were few programmes organised with limited physical participation to mark the occasion. The Founder`s Day celebrations at Jamshedpur Works was also live streamed for employees as well as for a select group of Jamshedpur citizens.