Politicians and enterprise leaders pay tribute to YC Deveshwar of ITC
Political and enterprise leaders paid honest homage to CTI President Y C Deveshwar, who died Saturday morning after a short sickness, saying he left behind a wealthy legacy.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley tweeted: "Saddened by the demise of Yogi C. Deveshwar, President of the ICC, Yogi has excelled as an expert and entrepreneur and has carried his enterprise to nice heights. to the deceased soul and provides power to his household bear this loss. "
The chief minister of West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee, has described him as a "big of the world of enterprise".
"I’m saddened by the passing of YC Deveshwar Ji.He was a large of the company world.I bear in mind him as a distinguished captain of the business.Condolences to his household, to his colleagues and his admirers, "mentioned Banerjee in a tweet.
In a press release, the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) expressed its condolences on the passing of Deveshwar, which he describes as an ideal loss for Indian business. Deveshwar was the president of the CII in 2005-06.
"Titan and Indian business chief, Mr. Deveshwar's dedication and his ardour for sustainable enterprise have been an inspiration to all." Deveshwar's dedication to inclusive development in India was commendable and he confirmed the instance, "mentioned the president of CII, Vikram Kirloskar.
As ITC President, Deveshwar has reworked the cigarette producer into a various participant with pursuits within the client, hospitality, laptop and different sectors.
"For me personally, Mr. Deveshwar, Yogi to all, was a heat and beneficiant chief who at all times discovered time to work together with everybody, and we’ll deeply miss his scholarly recommendation and clever counsel." Our ideas and prayers are along with his household. That point, says Kirloskar.
In a tweet, Assocham President, Okay. Okay. Goenka, mentioned that he was a "nice chief of India Inc., who has immensely contributed to business and society".
Deveshwar (72), who resigned from his place as chairman of the board in 2017 however remained non-executive chairman, breathed his final breath in a personal Gurugram hospital.
He joined the ICC in 1968 and was appointed to the board of administrators on April 11, 1984. He turned president and chief government officer on January 1, 1996.
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