Tata Motors, on Thursday, said its Managing Director for India operations, P. M. Telang, had retired from the company after attaining the age of superannuation.
With the search for his successor on, the company said the overall responsibility of the firm would be taken care of by an interim committee, comprising its Chairman Ratan Tata and Vice-Chairman Ravi Kant.
“Mr. Telang, Managing Director — India Operations, on Thursday retired from the company on attaining the age of superannuation and stepped down from the board of the company,” Tata Motors said in a statement. Tata Motors further said it had also appointed two new executive directors — Ravindra Pisharody and Satish Borwankar.