Rajiv Luthra, organizer and overseeing accomplice of Luthra and Luthra Law Offices Workplaces died on Wednesday (May 10) after a short disease. He was 67.
Luthra was being treated at Medanta Clinic for a disease, as indicated by reports. The incineration will be held today at 12pm at Lodhi Crematorium.
Biocon’s Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw took to Twitter and expressed, “Stunned to hear the miserable news. Rajiv was a warm and brilliant man. Om Shanthi.”
Luthra began concentrating on regulation from the Delhi College at the age of 31, seven years after he headed out to qualify as a contracted bookkeeper. He then set up his law office, Luthra and Luthra Regulation Workplaces in 1989, following which he took up a couple of courses at Harvard Graduate school over the range of seven years and proceeded to concentrate on the arising regions in regulation.
Consequently, valuable open doors opened up for him to rehearse project finance as well as consolidations and acquisitions.
Luthra is survived by his wife Gayatri and two daughters.