Inayat Qayoom

Baramulla:The Human Aid Society recently conducted its elections for the position of Chairman and five executive members. The election process saw two nominations for the Chairman position and ten nominations for the executive members, with three candidates eventually withdrawing their nominations.

This left seven candidates vying for the five available positions on the executive body.Out of the two candidates for the Chairman post, Bashir Ahmad Mir was elected to serve a five-year term. Additionally, the five executive members elected were Bashir Ahmad Mir, Er. Mohammad Sadiq, Ghulam Din Wani, Mohammad Yousuf Khan, and Ghulam Mohi-ud-din Ganai.

The election was overseen by Chief Election Commissioner and patron of the Human Aid Society, senior journalist Karamat Qayoom, who is also the Chairman of BWJA. The election process was managed by Election Commission members former BDO GM Sofi with renowned fruit grower Ghulam Rasool Wagay.

Election observers included member of the Bar Association Baramulla, Adv. Ghulam Nabi Ahsan, micro observers Er. Khazir Mohammad and Er. Peer Farooq.Voting took place from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM, allowing 38 general body members the right to vote out of which 29 voted were polled. Presiding Officers Naseer Ahmad Rather and Polling Officer Er. Farooq Ahmad Malik, along with Asistant Polling Officer Taran Jeet Singh from Punjab University, ensured the smooth conduct of the election.

The results were declared by the Chief Election Commissioner, and the newly elected members were subsequently administered the oath of office and awarded winning certificates. The Chairman, Bashir Ahmad Mir, was given the authority to choose his office bearers, including the Vice Chairman, Treasurer, and Secretary of the organization, with the consent of the members. Additionally, two members will be nominated by the executive body.

The election process was initiated following a nod given during the last annual meeting held on May 27, and the organization functioned under the Election Commission during this period, with the acting Chairman being the Vice President.


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