TISI AND MINISTER PARVEEN BALA: He is charged with causing death by dangerous driving so why wasn't he disqualified from contesting under Sangam's Constitution - bringing 'disrepute' to TISI and hiding from law?
Article 4.4: 'Any member who has been implicated and found guilty by the Council of Management/a court of law for any impropriety, corruption, fraud, fraudulent conversion of Sangam funds, or is owing money to Sangam or has been involved in any other act of disrepute and misconduct which is deemed to be detrimental to the interest of Sangam and/or has been disciplined under the provisions contained in Article 8 of the Memorandum and Articles of Association of Sangam shall not be eligible to be elected to any office bearer’s position nor be eligible to be a member of the Council of Management.'
CONFLICT OF INTEREST?: Shailend Krishna is Sangam's legal adviser and is also representing Bala over the causing death by dangerous driving charge, so is there a conflict of interest? Should he be investigated by the Independent Legal Service Commission?
TISI Sangam Power Rivalry: The FFP Minister Parveen Bala should be STANDING TRIAL for allegedly killing a pedestrian while driving ('drunk') dangerously, instead of attempting to seize control of TISI Sangam office
Education Minister Reddy was campaigning using Government resources
"We make it abundantly clear these disgruntled members led by the Past President Dorsami Naidu, (who lost the election in year 2011), Area Vice President North Western (TISI) Parveen Kumar Bala, and Area Vice President Southern (TISI) Raja Kumaran, have no locus standi or legal basis and status to call their meeting an Annual General Meeting of TISI Sangam. These individuals through their servants and agents and support[er]s attempted to break into the Nadi Sangam College through bolt cutters & grinder and attempted to break in only to be foiled by the police. Hooliganism and abuse of the rule of law has no place in a civilized society. And TISI Sangam, which has always strictly adhered to the rule of law, is no exception. If they can condone illegality, hooliganism and abuse of the rule of law, then how can they be trusted to run Sangam?" -
"...Secrecy is the keystone of all tyranny. Not force, but secrecy... censorship. When any government, or any church for that matter, undertakes to say to its subjects, 'This you may not read, this you must not see, this you are forbidden to know,' the end result is tyranny and oppression, no matter how holy the motives." --Robert A. Heinlein, -If This Goes On
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