A special Group comprising of Two Ex- President and Two Government nominees shall examine the matter related to the most disreputable incident of armed booth capturing in the History of Institute of Chartered Accountants at Vaishali, Ghaziabad on 5th Decemcer 2010 committed by the some miscreants during the recently held elections of 21st Council & 20 regional councils.

The president has constituted this special group comprising of CA B.P. Rao ,Past President, CA R. Balakrishnan, Past President, Shri Manoj K. Sarkar ,Government Nominee on the Council and R. Sekar, another Government nominee on the council.

It is learnt that an armed booth capturing was done on 5th December at C-907, Polling Station at Vaishali, Ghaziabad . On consideration of the said matter, the council has resolved to form a group and to consider the group report for any further Discussion.

In a related case the institute has filled a FIR and in compliance The Police has arrested the Elder brother of a chairman of PDC and his accomplices and produced before the court. The said arrests were made u/s 171 of the IPC. The news was published in the news paper with a note that police is looking for the arrest of CA Anuj Goyal, council candidate from the central region.

The special group shall submit its report latest by 11th February 2010.

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0 responses to “ICAI created special Group to consider the matter of Armed Booth Capturing at Vaishali, Ghaziabad”

  1. Nagabhushana Aradhya says:

    All these days our politicians from Panchayat level on the way of local bodies to Loka sabha resorting to booth capturing. NOw it is our (CA’s)turn to follow the rulers. One can understand what are the benefits they are getting from becoming elected and selected as office bearers. So easily they can make more money and name even little lesser than SAthyam level. Good Luck CA’s

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