Ratan Tata received the "Udyog Ratna" award from the Maharashtra government.

 The former chairman of Tata Sons was presented with the inaugural Udyog Ratna award, marking a significant recognition in his career.

Renowned industrialist Ratan Tata was honored with the inaugural "Udyog Ratna" award by the Maharashtra government on a Saturday. The prestigious ceremony took place at his residence in Colaba, located in south Mumbai. Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and Deputy Chief Ministers Devendra Fadnavis and Ajit Pawar had the privilege of bestowing this accolade upon the 85-year-old chairman emeritus of Tata Sons.

The award itself encompassed a memento from the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC), an elegant shawl, and a commendatory quote. Chief Minister Shinde expressed that by conferring Mr. Tata with the 'Udyog Ratna' award, the distinction of the award itself had been elevated.

He articulated, "The Tata conglomerate has left an indelible mark across diverse sectors ranging from salt to automobiles to aviation. The name Tata signifies trust, and the Tata group commands a remarkable degree of public confidence. It is with great respect that I witness him receiving this well-deserved recognition."


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