Disgruntled residents of Karamyogi Cooperative Group Housing Society in Sector 10-A can finally breathe a sigh of relief. After nearly two years, a long battle against the society's five-member committee has come to end.
The office of registrar (co-op societies), Gurgaon, has recommended police action against the committee headed by president RK Hooda over charges of embezzlement.
"We can finally see a ray of hope. Pending memberships of residents are getting regularized and proactive measures are being taken to re-instate faith in the committee," said Vishal Bharat, a resident.
Satish Rohilla, assistant registrar, Gurgaon, who conducted an enquiry, submitted a report to the additional chief secretary Shakuntala Jakhu two days ago.
In his report, Rohilla has concluded that the Hooda-led committee was involved in various irregularities in violation of the Haryana Co-operative Act, 1984. The offences include embezzlement, false membership, no general body meeting and absence of funds audit.
"The Hooda-led committee also misplaced several valuable files and records with mala fide intention," the report stated.
The report also called for fresh elections to elect a new governing body.