Ratan Tata Tweets Welcome Back Air India After Winning Bid News In Hindi – Air India: Ratan Tata Tweets After Winning The Bid, Said- Welcome Again Air India

Business Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Gaurav Pandey
Updated Fri, 08 Oct 2021 05:57 PM IST

Summary

Renowned business conglomerate Tata Sons has finally won the bid for Air India. Tata Sons on Friday won the bid for loss-making state-run airline Air India. Tata Sons had made a bid of 18 thousand crores for Air India. The company’s chairman Ratan Tata called it an important moment and welcomed Air India again in a tweet. In this tweet, he also shared an old picture of himself in which he is landing from an Air India plane.

An old picture of Ratan Tata with an Air India aircraft
– Photo : twitter.com/RNTata2000

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Tata Sons has won the bid for state-run airline Air India. With this, after 68 years, Tata Sons has once again acquired control of Air India. The central government said that Tata Sons made the highest bid. The office and land will remain with the government. At the same time, Tata Sons Chairman Ratan Tata welcomed the return of Air India to the group by tweeting a statement and a picture.

Issuing a statement on the tweet, he wrote, ‘Good news for Tata Group winning the bid for Air India. We recognize that we will have to work very hard to get Air India back up. But at the same time, the presence of the Tata group in the aviation sector will give it a strong opportunity to grow in the market. He thanked the recent policies of the government for the private sector.

Ratan Tata further wrote, ‘Emotionally speaking, under the leadership of JRD Tata, Air India once achieved the status of the most prestigious airline in the world. Tata now has a chance to regain that image. If he was with us today, he would have been very happy. We also need to thank the government, which has recently come up with a policy to open select industries to the private sector. Welcome back Air India.

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Tata Sons has won the bid for state-run airline Air India. With this, after 68 years, Tata Sons has once again acquired control of Air India. The central government said that Tata Sons made the highest bid. The office and land will remain with the government. At the same time, Tata Sons Chairman Ratan Tata welcomed the return of Air India to the group by tweeting a statement and a picture.

Issuing a statement on the tweet, he wrote, ‘Good news for Tata Group winning the bid for Air India. We recognize that we will have to work very hard to get Air India back up. But at the same time, the presence of the Tata group in the aviation sector will give it a strong opportunity to grow in the market. He thanked the recent policies of the government for the private sector.

Ratan Tata further wrote, ‘Emotionally speaking, under the leadership of JRD Tata, Air India once achieved the status of the most prestigious airline in the world. Tata now has a chance to regain that image. If he was with us today, he would have been very happy. We also need to thank the government, which has recently come up with a policy to open select industries to the private sector. Welcome back Air India.