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?
31/5/2016 11:22:53 pm
Lawyer Shailendra Krishna hasn't had TOO MUCH representing to do in Bala's causing death by dangerous drunken driving charge,has he?
1/6/2016 12:16:35 am
1/6/2016 06:25:55 am
The conflict of interest is quite obvious and more than apparent. It is self-evident and only a moron would assert otherwise. For those of us who have worked with Sangam for decades based on their reputation for integrity and social conscience, it is an affront and morally as well as legally unconscionable. This lawyer must be reminded that even 'perceived' conflicts of interest are to be DECLARED. Think of FIFA! In this instance a man's life is lost through more than a foolish mistake. The entire saga fills us with revulsion.
1/6/2016 08:33:53 am
Same as Rajend Chaudhry where he got suspended. Why not Krishna?
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