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BMW India CEO Rudratej Singh passes away due to cardiac arrest


PTI, Apr 20, 2020, 3:35 PM IST

New Delhi: BMW Group President and CEO Rudratej Singh (46) passed away on Monday, April 20 morning due to a massive cardiac arrest, sources said.

The German auto major had appointed Singh as head of India operations with effect from August 1, 2019.

Rudy, as he was popularly called, was the first Indian to head the BMW India operations.

Singh had more than 25 years of experience and held multiple leadership positions both in the automotive and non-automotive industries.

In his last assignment, Singh was the Global President at Royal Enfield and before that he worked with Unilever in India and international markets for over 16 years.

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