Amid an ongoing controversy, the district registrar for societies and firms on Friday revoked cancellation of RWA sub-committees for security and recreation of Vatika City, an upscale society in sector 49, till the completion of an inquiry.
The decision came after vice-president and executive member of Vatika City Apartment Owners Association (AOA) approached the registrar alleging that the AOA was not adhering to the order issued by it and the management of association dissolved two sub-committees when they opposed it.
Earlier in October, the residents of the society protested against the RWA president and general secretary alleging non transparency in the working of the society affairs following which the president dissolved the sub-committees of security and recreation under the pretext that both the members were working against the interests of the RWA.
Nirupama Singh, executive member of the RWA, said, “The president blamed us for the protest of which we were not a party. The president himself is misusing his powers and acting against anyone, who raises voice against him, with baseless allegations. As elected members we wanted to work for the welfare of society people and not to indulge in petty politics.”
The district registrar appointed an officer on November 5 to conduct an inquiry into the mismanagement of the society affairs and misappropriation of funds and asked him to submit the report within two months.
Pointing out that the residents have the right to protest in a democracy, Satyawan Dagar, vice-president of Vatika City AOA, said, “We had nothing to do with that.”
He alleged that the AOA is not following the order of the district registrar barring the management from taking any major decision till the completion of the inquiry.
Giriraj Gupta, president of the AOA, retorted by making counter allegation of misuse of position against both the dissident members. He squarely blamed them for the questions being raised over the functioning of the governing body.
As regards the order of the district registrar, he said, “A decision (on the matter) will be taken in the next meeting of the executive members after following the due process,” he said.