Created on Thursday, 09 February 2012 19:24
The AGM held on the 16th December 2012 at Shree Sanatan Mandir Leicester, was a great success and the following significant resolutions were passed at the meeting. I am pleased to report that the meeting was quorate and attended by passionate, committed Hindu leaders and Council members, all very enthusiastic to express their opinions and to pledge their support to the NCHT, the Trustees and the Committee members present.
* The Motion of NO CONFIDENCE in BRIJ MOHAN GUPTA was passed unanimously in absentia and hence BRIJ MOHAN GUPTA is no longer an Officer or representative of the NCHT.
* The Motion of NO CONFIDENCE in DR RAJ PANDIT SHARMA was passed unanimously in absentia and hence DR RAJ PANDIT SHARMA is no longer an Officer or representative of the NCHT.
* A motion to dissolve the Executive Committee was presented and unanimously passed.
* Shri Rashmikant Joshi was duly appointed as President (Acting) unanimously,
* Shri Satish K Sharma was duly appointed General Secretary (Acting) unanimously,
* Shri Mahesh C Prasher was duly appointed Treasurer unanimously,
* Shri Rashmibhai Trivedi was duly appointed Asst Treasurer unanimously,
* Shri Pt Madhu Shastri was duly appointed Communications Officer & Chaplaincy unanimously,
* It was resolved that the newly formed ExCo would conduct the affairs of the Charity with the support and guidance of the Trustees, until the next elections on 9th June 2013.
There were other lesser resolutions and motions also passed and they will be circulated in due course.
I would like to place on record my appreciation of the phenomenal support the members have given to the Charity over the last few weeks, which made the AGM possible and I would like to extend my personal gratitude to all who provided background information and sent emails of support. I would also like to thank the delegates and seniors who attended, for their patient tolerance and warm welcome and I hope to be able to meet with you all again in the very near future.
Finally, I have noted that next year the NCHT will have been serving the Hindu community of the UK for 35 years and would like to suggest that we celebrate this achievement with a “Hindu Temples Conference” to be held on the same weekend as the Elections. This could be a wonderful forum for sharing lessons and planning the direction of the NCHT and Hindu Temples for the next 35 years. I welcome your feedback and look forward to hearing from you.
Shri Satish K Sharma, General Secretary (Acting)
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