Uppal group accuses panel of pushing aside IMA ballot
Amritsar, January 14
Accusing the election committee of taking part in a partisan function to favour a selected group resulting in postponement of elections to the Amritsar chapter of the Indian Medical Affiliation, Dr Ashok Uppal group has urged the IMA, Punjab, and the IMA nationwide physique to intervene in order that elections could possibly be held in a free and truthful method.
The three-member election committee, constituted to conduct the ballot, postponed the elections on Sunday alleging a ruckus created through the course of by the Dr Ashok Uppal group. The committee had additionally cancelled the candidature of Dr Rajesh Kumar citing lower than 30 per cent attendance rule.
Speaking to The Tribune, Dr Uppal mentioned, “There isn’t a such rule and it was a ploy to favour the other group.” “The foundations are utilized in a selective method,” mentioned Dr Uppal.