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MANOJ B. PATEL

CHENNAI: No secret ballot, no poll notification, no election, ineligible office-bearers, retired employees as 'directors' and a collusive returning officer. An 'election' held for the resources-rich Railway Employees Cooperative Credit Society Limited is nothing but a sham, if contents of a petition filed in the Madras high court by a railway employee are anything to go by.

 

Justice V Ramasubramanian, before whom the plea of G Sivakumar of Arakkonam came up for hearing on Friday, issued notices to the central registrar of Multi-state Cooperative Societies, besides the railway society and its 'elected' office-bearers, including its chairman for more than two decades N Kanniah. Read more at;

 

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/chennai/Plea-exposes-sham-poll-to-railway-society/articleshow/47660447.cms

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