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Sujay Bendur - Daijiworld News Network - Sharjah
Sharjah, Sep 4: Sharjah Indian Association General Election was held on 1st September in Sharjah Indian School .
Association has 2780 members headed by Ex-President Late M.K Madhavan, with 14 Managing Committee members. It may be recalled that MK.Madhavan passed away recently in tragic accident. This election is held every year in August or September.
The election is held in the same manner as in India and it is hailed for the democratic way the election take place.
This election had three candidates for President’s post. One among them was ex-president of Indian Association Sharjah Advocate Y.A Rahim and other candidates were Anu Mathew and K.A Mathew. There was very tight competition between the candidates.
President                      :         K.A Mathew
Vice President              :          Ravidran K.V
General Secretary         :         M. Abdulla Mallchery
Jt. Gen. Secretary         :        Jacob Abraham
Treasurer                      :         Dileep P.P
Jr. Treasurer                 :          M.A Latheef
Auditor                         :         K.K.S Kurup
Managing Committee Members ::
K.M Abdul Manaf
Badarudeen M.H
Bensy P.P
Chandra Babu K.S
Damodaran Pullur
P.Damodaran Joy
P.R Unnikrishnan

India Association Sharjah aims to provide consular, humanitarian, socio-cultural and education services.


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