Advocate alleges malpractice in elections to ILI Governing Council; Says ballot papers withheld from “inconvenient members”

Advocate alleges malpractice in elections to ILI Governing Council; Says ballot papers withheld from “inconvenient members”

Allegations have surfaced against the conduct of elections to the Governing Council of the Indian Law Institute (ILI), the results for which were declared on April 4, 2013. Eighty-two year old Janak Raj Jai, an advocate and member of the ILI, has alleged gross misconduct and mismanagement by the Election Sub- Committee in the conduct of the elections as a result of which “the whole team headed by Shri. Rakesh Munjal got the maximum number of votes and were declared elected”.

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