Rusi Mirza, one of Bharat’s pillars of production in the Uran and Kurla factory, gave a lifetime’s worth of labour to the company.Dinshaw Patel Bharat’s second factory manager, had started creating the next generation of able administrators who would continue fructifying the founder’s vision and embedding their ideals deeper into the system. He found such faculties in a young man named Rustom Mirza or as he was popularly called Rusi Mirza. Having worked his way up from being a fitter, Rusi was a warm, kind man always willing to hear out his workers. During the clashes between union workers and the management, the company always relied on Rusi’s warmth and ability to resolve all the issues with utmost consideration. In his daughter’s words, “My father followed a religion of good words, good thoughts and good deeds”.
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