Nadigar Sangam elections deferred

  • | Thursday | 20th June, 2019

By Express News ServiceCHENNAI: The Registrar of Societies on Wednesday deferred the June 23 elections to the South Indian Artistes’ Association till such time issues including those relating to list of members are resolved. The other issue was about the propriety of calling elections after the end of the current office-bearers’ tenure. The three-year tenure ended in October 2018 and a general body meeting held on August 19, 2018, approved postponing elections for six months. Postponement of polls was for completing construction of the Nadigar Sangam building, a key assurance made by the incumbent office bearers. Meanwhile, the Additional Advocate General made a submission to the Madras High Court that elections cannot be held on June 23.

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