News: Managing Director of Mother Dairy steps down

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Managing Director of Mother Dairy steps down

According to the media report, Khanna resigned from his post on 1st February 2019 citing health issues and it was up for discussion in the board meeting.
Managing Director of Mother Dairy steps down

Sanjeev Khanna, Managing Director of Mother Dairy has stepped down from his role after working with the company for almost two years. He replaced the outgoing MD, S Nagarajan who had resigned in June 2017. 

This was Khanna’s second stint with the dairy brand before this he had worked with the company in the year 2009-2010.  Prior to joining the food products brands, he was working with SBC Beverages Ghana. 

According to the media report, Khanna resigned from his post on 1st February 2019 citing health issues and it was up for discussion in the board meeting. 

The report also pointed out that the company has witnessed a series of top executives leaving the company such as Subhashis Basum Head of R&D, TSR Murali and Group CFO, Meghnad Mitra. 

It can also be recalled that S Nagarajan also resigned in June 2017 on the basis of personal grounds in June 2017. 

Topics: Movements, C-Suite

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