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Cyrus Mistry, scion of one of India's most famous business families and who likewise
previously headed the country's greatest business bunch, kicked the bucket in a street
mishap close to Mumbai. He was 54. The vehicle Mistry was in hit a divider on a scaffold
in Palghar at around 2:30 p.m. Sunday, neighborhood police affirmed. Mistry and one more
traveler were killed, while two others harmed have been moved to emergency clinic, associate
police reviewer Balasaheb Yamgar said by telephone. The news is the most recent blow for the
Mistry family, whose patriarch Pallonji Mistry -Cyrus' dad -kicked the bucket in June at 93 years old.
Their Shapoorji Pallonji Group was established in 1865 and constructed lavish lodgings, arenas,
castles and manufacturing plants across Asia, including the pinnacle wing of the notable
Taj Mahal inn in Mumbai. In any case, the Mistrys were generally as of late known for a fight
with the Tata Group. Pallonji Mistry had gathered a total assets of nearly $29 billion at the hour of his
passing, as per the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, making him quite possibly of the most extravagant
man in India. The greater part of the family abundance, be that as it may, got from being the biggest
minority investor — 18.5% as of mid 2022 — in Mumbai-based Tata Sons Pvt., the principal
speculation holding organization for India's biggest aggregate.