Amid the controversy, the district registrar for Societies and Firms appointed an independent auditor for Suncity, an upscale township located in sector 54 Golf Course Road, to audit the maintenance account of Suncity RWA.
The auditor is directed to submit a report to the district registrar within one month after conducting a financial audit of SRWA.
IS Yadav, District Registrar for Societies and Firms said, "I have received a complaint from a resident alleging financial misuse of public money by the management. I have appointed an independent auditor to ascertain if there are any financial irregularities and misappropriation of funds. Whatever finding we get in the report, we will take action accordingly."
The matter came into light when VMK Singh ex-general secretary of Suncity Resident Welfare Association filed a petition against board members of the management, alleging that financial and constitutional norms are being violated by them.
Singh said, "Being a general secretary of the association I was authorised to call and execute general body meeting along with maintaining official records, but the president and other members were not letting me function properly."
"There were times when meetings were called, but due to lack of quorum, they would end without proper conclusions. But the minutes of the meeting were uploaded online," he added.
Singh also alleged the association of violating the financial norms, illegal expenditure incurred by the president and other members of the management. "The RWA has not submitted any info about the revenue they are generating from e-rickshaw and advertisements. They have not even submitted the income tax. I have requested the registrar to recover the illegal expenditure of imprest money which exceeds the limit."
As of now, the management has been asked to hand over their charge to the appointed administrator by district registrar. The order also said the upcoming management of Suncity Resident Welfare Association shall review all the decisions or resolutions passed by the ex-governing in GBM since April 4, 2018.
When CitySpidey asked the former president of the RWA, Kuldeep Rana, about the investigation he said, "We have nothing to hide, and we will provide all kind of assistance. However, the allegations made are false and baseless."