In a co-operative society, interference in their affairs should be avoided: Bombay HC
5th September 2020
On Wednesday, the Bombay high court observed that cooperative societies are a part of the constitutional scheme and should have the necessary space and autonomy to function and develop to its full potential. Thus, interference in its affairs should be avoided unless there is a serious statutory breach.
A division bench of Justice Ujjal Bhuyan and Justice Abhay Ahuja was hearing a writ petition filed by Rambujarat Chaurasia, At the outset, Court noted that it is a case of a dispute between the office bearers of the Managing Committee in the Society, the petitioner being the Chairman and an individual member Ramesh Mankar who is arrayed as Respondent No.5 in this petition.