Singh (46), President and Chief Executive Officer, BMW Group India passed away
on April 20, 2020. The cause behind the sudden and unexpected demise is yet to
be ascertained, the company said in a press release. Unconfirmed sources said
that Singh died of a cardiac arrest.
prayers are with his family and loved ones during this difficult period. He
will always be remembered as an inspiring and compassionate human being,” the
release from BMW stated.
Rudratej Singh, also known as Rudy, joined BMW
Group India on August 1, 2019. His demise comes at a crucial junction when BMW
Group India was in midst of implementing strategic measures for strengthening the
dealer network across India, the release added.
joining BMW Group India, Rudratej Singh served as President, Royal Enfield.
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