Maharashtra Postpones Elections at Cooperative Housing Societies With 250+ Members Till March 31

Keeping in mind, the rising coronavirus cases in the state, the Maharashtra government has once again postponed the elections at all cooperatives, including housing societies, with more than 250 members till March 31, 2021.

February 26, 2021

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Mumbai, February 26: Keeping in mind, the rising coronavirus cases in the state, the Maharashtra government has once again postponed the elections at all cooperatives, including housing societies, with more than 250 members till March 31, 2021.

Maharashtra Postpones Elections at Cooperative Housing Societies With 250+ Members Till March 31, Amid Rising COVID-19 Cases

According to a Times of India report, the state had allowed elections in cooperative institutions such as housing societies and banks following demands from members. Maharashtra: 229 Students, 3 Staffers at Washim Hostel Test COVID-19 Positive, School Premises Declared Containment Zone.

In another order, the state government has allowed cooperative housing societies and banks to hold annual general body meetings online. Earlier, online meetings were only allowed for managing committee meetings.

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