A report submitted with the deputy registrar, firms and society, Meerut, alleges that four posts were vacated, but the RWA president of the Noida society says he never resigned from his post.
The infighting among office bearers of the RWA of Madhuban Apartments, Sector 82, Noida, took a new turn when Krishna Kumar Gupta, deputy registrar, firms and society, Meerut, authorised SP Shukla, general secretary of the RWA, to fill up the posts allegedly vacated in the resident body.
According to Gupta, his office received the details of a general body meeting of the RWA and on the basis of that report, the office decided to pass the order regarding the vacant posts.
The report stated that four office bearers of the RWA had resigned. It said that the posts of the president, vice-president, joint secretary and the treasurer of the management committee were vacated after the members resigned.
Gupta told City Spidey, "According to the bye-laws, tenure of the RWA is for 5 years but the RWA has completed only one and a half years. I ordered the general secretary to fill up the posts as it was necessary.”
However, Ramesh Yadav, president of the RWA, told City Spidey, “I have not resigned from the post. Someone submitted a false report at the deputy registrar office. It was decided in a general body meeting, held in February 2017, that we will step down from our posts on June 30. It’s still more than two months away. But some members submitted documents of the general body meeting proceedings undersigned by them.”
Yadav said that he would take up the issue with the deputy registrar soon. “Members of the society want me to hold the post as they don’t like Shukla’s style of working,” he added.
Shukla told City Spidey, “I will call a general body meeting on April 23 to decide if the members want fresh polls or they would nominate people for the vacant posts. The decision will be taken unanimously in the next meeting.”