Netizens are in awe after Ratan Tata quietly travelled to Pune from Mumbai to visit an ailing former employee. The 83-year-old Mumbai-based industrialist was photographed at Friends Society in Pune by Yogesh Desai, who then shared the picture on LinkedIn.
His post — praising Ratan Tata for vising his former employee — has received numerous comments praising Tata’s kind gesture.
“No media, no bouncers only commitment towards loyal employees,” he wrote in praise of the man he described as a “living legend” and the “greatest businessman alive in India.” According to Desai, Tata went to meet a former employee who has been unwell for about two years.
In a photo shared by Desai, the Chairman Emeritus of Tata Sons can be seen with two other people.
In the comments section, however, Desai clarified that he is not the man Tata came to visit. “He came to meet his employee at my Friends housing complex,” wrote Desai. “I have not met him. I have nothing to do other than put it on social media.”
The post has garnered over 1.6 lakh reactions and at least 4,000 comments.
“He is a legend, met him several times and you will never meet a more genuine, grounded individual. Example of a truly great leader and great person,” wrote one person in the comments section.
In a world full of such despondency, there is a man who has been the epitome of sensitivity, humbleness, honesty and visions — Ratan Naval Tata.
The Tata Group was founded by the pioneer Jamsetji Tata in 1868. Ratan Naval Tata, the man behind the immense growth and the creator of innovative technologies, has marked a difference in the business field like never before.
Ratan Naval Tata is a great philanthropist. About 66% of his share is vested in charitable trusts. He has secured various educational institutions and hospitals for the upliftment of the nation.