Delhi HC issues notice to JOBA, election to be held soon: Advocate Kamran
OT, July 29, 2012 21:44 IST
Okhla Times Campus Reporter/JMI
A Delhi High Court issued a notice to Jamia Old Boys’ Association (JOBA) on Friday for not holding internal elections since 2005., according to advocate Kamran Malick.
A JMI alumnus, Kamran wrote on his Facebook page: “Congratulation to All Jamia Old Boys & Girls that on 27.07.2012, Hon'ble Delhi High Court issued notice to president and general secretary of Jamia Old Boys’ Association along with Association for not conducting election since 7 years. The WP (C) No 4460/2012 (MOHD. AZHAR Vs. REGISTRAR OF SOCIETY AND ORS) filed by Kamran Malik & Mobin ullah advocates for Mohd Azhar Joint Secretary JMI Old Boys Association. Now I hope Insha Allah election for Jamia Old Boys’ Association shall be held soon and all irregularities would be removed effectively.”
Mallick, who filed a writ petition on behalf of Md Azhar a JOBA post bearer, told OKHLA TIMES that the court has asked JOBA president Javed Alam and another post bearer that why election was not held in the last seven years.
JOBA president Javed said that he has no information about such development.
“I don’t know about this. I will wait for the notice and then take proper steps,” he said.
When asked about when JOBA will hold elections, he said: “It will be organized soon.”
The JOBA post bearers have been under intense pressure for some time to hold election so that a new team could be formed.
Kamran said that we went to the court only after JOBA didn’t pay heed to our many earlier request.
Kamran’s FB post solicited remarks from others. Fahima Sherwani wrote: “Congratulation Sir.”
Farhad Malik wrote: “God bless u.”
Guddu Shahab Choudhry wrote: “Thanks Kamran.”
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