Company has further asked Mistry to give an undertaking that such confidential information will not be shared.
Mumbai: Tata Sons on Thursday served a legal notice to its ousted chairman Cyrus Mistry asking him to return all confidential information and documents in his possession related to the company and the group.
The company has further asked Mr Mistry to give an undertaking that such confidential information will not be shared with his affiliates, relatives and family members.
Responding to the notice, Mr Mistry said that the Tata letter, termed as “notice” is a request not to draw the attention of courts and tribunals to documents and records on the ground that they are “confidential” in nature.
“Neither will we comment in public nor will we provide our correspondence to the media to make news. We will keep focus on the real and core issues in the relevant forums alone. That their letters claiming confidentiality have been widely circulated to the media is ironical,” Mr Mistry said.