SP Hinduja, the oldest of the four Hinduja brothers and the chairman of the Hinduja Group, passed away on Wednesday in London, United Kingdom, at the age of 87, according to a spokeswoman for the family. According to the statement, SP Hinduja has been experiencing health problems for some time.
The family released a statement in which they stated, “Gopichand, Prakash, Ashok, and the whole Hinduja family with a heavy heart regret to announce the passing away of our family patriarch, and Chairman of the Hinduja Group, Mr. S P Hinduja today.”
“He [SP Hinduja] was a visionary and mentor to the family, passing onto us the fundamental ideas and ideals that were instilled in him by our late father, PD Hinduja. “He played a very important role alongside his brothers in building a strong relationship between his host country, the United Kingdom, and his home country, India,” his family stated. “He did this while he was living in the United Kingdom.”
“A giant among his contemporaries, S. P. Hinduja fully lived and exemplified the basic ideas and ideals of the Hinduja Group. He was a brave man who took risks and had a giving attitude, and he was genuinely spiritual and committed to helping others.
Due to the fact that the brothers have always been a cohesive unit consisting of four bodies and one soul, his passing has created a significant hole.
His passing has left the Hinduja Family in a state of deep sadness and sorrow. Our supplications to the Supreme Being, that he may rest at the lotus feet of God for all eternity.
His family released a statement in which they wished everyone “Om Shanti, Om Shanti, Om Shanti.”
The Hinduja Group is a multinational business that has its roots in India. The automobile industry, oil and specialised chemicals, banking and finance, information technology and information technology enabled services (IT and ITeS), cyber security, healthcare, trade, infrastructure project development, media and entertainment, power, and real estate are some of the eleven industries in which the organisation is present.