Two major unions come out in support of Ratan Tata

Ahead of Tata Motors’ crucial board meeting on Monday, two unions of the company representing around 16,000 employees wrote to the management expressing their support to Ratan Tata in the ongoing spat with ousted Tata Sons Chairman Cyrus Mistry.
Two major unions come out in support of Ratan Tata
Ratan Tata

Mumbai

In a letter to Tata Motors CEO and MD Guenter Butschek, Tata Motors Employees Union, Pune expressed “deep concern” over the rift between Tata Sons and the leadership of Tata group companies. 
“The once cordial relations between Tata Motors Pune plant management and the employees have taken a downward turn since the last 14 months over various negotiable issues,” said the letter in an indirect dig at the company’s leadership under Mistry’s Chairmanship. 
Backing the new leadership of interim Chairman Ratan Tata, it said: “During this time of turmoil we reiterate our dedicated commitment to the decisions taken by Ratan Tata over the change in leadership of Tata Sons Ltd.” 
Stating that Tata Motors has “grown in leaps and bounds under” Tata’s “visionary leadership”, the workers union of Pune plant further said: “We wish to commit our whole-hearted support to Ratan Tata’s decisions in future and respect his leadership.” 
In another letter to the plant head of Tata Motors’ Jamshedpur unit, Telco Workers Union termed Ratan Tata as a great leader.

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