Times Group chairperson Indu Jain dies of Covid-related complications at 84
Indu Jain, the chairman of Times Group, passed away at the age of 84 on Tuesday due to the complication of COVID-19.
According to sources, she took her last breath in Delhi.
Times Now Tv, which is a part of the Times Group, describes Indu Jain as a lifelong spiritual seeker, pioneering philanthropist, distinguished patron of the arts, and passionate proponent of women's rights.
After becoming the chairman of the Times Group in 1999, She regularly focused on a distinctive leadership style characterized by compassion and inclusiveness.
She set up the Times Foundation in 2000. She also runs the Times Relief Fund to help the people who have suffered from cyclones, earthquakes, floods, epidemics, and many other crises.
She was also the former president of the FICCI Ladies Organisation (FLO) with was established in 1983 for promoting entrepreneurship and professional excellence among women in India.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted, "Saddened by the demise of Times Group Chairperson Smt. Indu Jain Ji. She will be remembered for her community service initiatives, passion towards Indias progress and deep-rooted interest in our culture. I recall my interactions with her. Condolences to her family. Om Shanti."
Source:- The Hindustan Times
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