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Incredibly focused.Damage to the gazebo’s structure and contents is estimated at $70,the Tata Sons group.NCLT Mumbai’s special bench of BSV Prakash Kumar and V Nallasenapathy was expected to deliver its order in the caseon Wednesday but adjourned it to 9 July as the judgement was notready Mistry in the petition filed under the Companies Act claimed that his removal was due to a result of mismanagement by the board’s trustees and oppression of minority shareholders of the group He had taken over as the chairman of Tata Sons group in 2012 after Ratan Tata announced his retirement Mistry who was the sixth chairman of the Tata Sons was ousted from the position in October 2016 File image of Cyrus Mistry Reuters Two months later Mistry and his family-run investment firm Cyrus Investments approached the NCLT as minorityshareholders against the corporate monolith and othersincluding Ratan Tata alleging oppression and mismanagement Mistry in his plea claimed that his removal as chairman was without reason and amounted to the majority shareholders suppressing the right of the minority to ask questions about matters involving the company As per the plea Mistry was five months later also removed from the post of director of Tata Sons’ Board for approaching NCLT The Tata Group rebutted and said Mistry’s removal was because the board had lost confidence in him He (Mistry) intentionally and in bad faith leaked sensitive and confidential information causing a loss in Tata Group’s market value He was appointed at the behest of Tata Trusts and his removal cannot be questioned by minority shareholders the group’s counsel Abhishek Manu Singhvi had argued before the tribunal The Tata Group argued that the law clearly allows removal of a chairperson and director and Mistry was removed by a majority of 7 out of 9 as Mistry had not voted for his removal and another official had abstained The first allegation by Mistry was that his removal as chairman and subsequently as director of the board Tata Sons was a result of oppression by promoters who are in-turn owned by Tata Trusts that owns over 68 percent in Tata Sons The second part of the plea focused on the alleged mismanagement by Tata Sons board and Ratan Tata which caused revenue loss for the group Long accused of lacking a broader narrative on the issues he speaks on Rahul Gandhi on Friday provided an adequate glimpse of the policy roadmap of the Congress under him Speaking at a media event in New Delhi the Congress president articulated a clear position on several matters including the party’s stand on the industry sector and the approach to the Opposition’s grand alliance While expressing his readiness for the post of prime minister the Congress president made it clear that his party is not anti-industry and open to discussions on country’s development Earlier Gandhi in his public addresses and election rallies wasn’t clear about his narrative and lacked coherence in the charges he had leveled against the Narendra Modi-led government Rahul Gandhi at the HT Leadership Summit Image courtesy: @INCIndia/Twitter The striking feature of Gandhi’s address and interaction on Friday was his candid acceptance of agreeing to become prime minister if his alliance partners want him to be and how it might happen “If they want me sure” saidGandhi with confidence when asked if he would take the top job next year if his party comes to power While responding to a volley of questions in an interaction session at the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit he said “There’re two stages to it First we’ve to defeat BJP And the second stage is that if we win and they (allies) want me to be the PM sure” He also made clear what his party’s policy would be towards farmers small and medium enterprises industry employment generation and development in social sector Till now he had been accused of only attacking Prime Minister Modi and his policies which people viewed as random criticism without any specific policy or plan Rahul Gandhi’s policy roadmap Gandhi outlined his party’s policy roadmap giving a hint that if it comes to power it would focus on strengthening small and medium enterprises (SMEs) redressing farmers’ issues and supporting low cost-high quality healthcare and education system in the country “There are two central problems One central problem is that India isn’t creating jobs Open up small medium businesses.I’ll strengthen the small and medium enterprises I will make farmers feel they are important I’ll build low cost-high quality medical and education infrastructure” he emphasised Hetold the audience that due to lack of conversation between the Modi government and the larger parts of India anger has brewed up among people Gandhi said that while listening to people is very important his strategy would be to have conversations with different small groups get ideas from them and carry them forward “Agriculture needs to be linked to industry for economic growth and farmers are not opposed to industry But you’ll have to start the conversation You’ll have to diffuse the anger that’s taking place Even though farmers and industry have to work together that conversation is not happening today” he pointed out Strongly criticising the government over demonetisation GST farmer suicide falling price of rupee unemployment rising bank non-performing assets (NPAs) petrol price reaching an all-time high etc he said “Today in India fear is palpable and aspiration is turning into anger” Gandhi also gave an indication that if Congress comes to power it would focus on social sector programmes like MNREGA Responding to a question on India’s Human Development Index ranking he said “UPA has a phenomenal record of pulling people out of poverty through its strategic programmes like MNREGA” On grand alliance Congress’ plan to strike an alliance with the Bahujan Samaj Party in poll-bound states of Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh failed The BSP supremo Mayawati openly criticised the Congress and its senior leader and former Madhya Pradesh chief minister Digvijaya Singh saying that alliance with Congress was not possible in states due to its arrogance Despite Mayawati’s remark Gandhi sounded optimistic and confident about a possible alliance ahead of 2019 election “Alliances in states are different from a national alliance Mayawatiji indicated that I don’t see an alliance happening in MP but in national election we’ll come together We’re confident of winning in MP Chhattisgarh Rajasthan and Telangana” he asserted A cautionary note While the Congress president exuded confidence in his speech and in communicating party’s ideas on governance bringing in economic growth and striking an alliance for a mahagathbandhan (grand alliance) political pundits are wary about the implementation part They strongly feel that the Congress president has to come out of the past UPA shadow to succeed “If Rahul Gandhi wants his new ideas to get successfully implemented he has to liberate himself from old leaders of Sonia Gandhi’s UPA regime He has to promote new people new talents At present it’s Sonia’s Congress with Rahul as its new president; rest no change” MD Nalapat political analyst and director geopolitics at Manipal University told Firstpost “PM Modi uses bureaucrats who were prominent during the UPA tenure and politicians of Atal Bihari Vajpayee regime and it led to disappointing results Indira Gandhi refreshed the Congress party in 1969 and 1978 by getting new faces and succeeded Rahul should take a lesson out of it to succeed” added Nalapat” he shares humaneness. “Now, Mohammed had first heard the case on Wednesday after Mr Ogundipe was secretly arraigned without being allowed legal representation.
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