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Contribution Towards Relief Fund

Office of The Registrar Cooperative Societies
Govt. of National Capital Territory of Delhi Old
Court's Building, Parliament Street, New Delhi-110 001.

No. 47/98fPolicy/RCS/2146 Dated: February 1, 2001

Circular

Whereas Chief Executive Officer of Delhi State Cooperative Union Ltd. has informed vide letter No. DSCU/2001/1851 dated 31.1.2001 that large number of the cooperative societies and also their managing committee members have approached the Delhi Cooperative Union Ltd. about making the contributions from the cooperative societies funds for the relief/rehabilitation of victims of Gujarat Earthquake so that the cooperative sector may also contribute towards mitigation of their sufferings.

Now keeping in view the national interest at large I, R.K. Srivastava, Registrar Cooperative Societies, Delhi exercising the powers vested in me under Section 47 of Delhi Coop. Societies Act, 1972 read with Rule 77 and 80 (a) of the Delhi Cooperative Societies Rules, 1973 hereby issue the following guidelines for the benefit of managing committee members of the cooperative societies and their members to enable them to make contributions in this 
national cause.

(i) Societies which are in profit may in accordance with the provisions of Sec. 47 of Delhi Cooperative Societies Act, 1972 read with Rule 80(a) of the Delhi Cooperative Societies Rules, 1973, can make contributions out of their net profits.

(ii) Managing Committees of Cooperative Societies can prescribe a minimum contribution per member for the members of the society which would be debited to the accounts of the members and a total sum so collected would be sent through one cheque. For this members of the society shall have to be conveyed this decision of the managing committee in advance.

All the contributions shall be made in favour of “Chief Minister’s Relief Fund” through cheques/pay orders/bank drafts and should be deposited in the Accounts section of the office of the Registrar Coop. Societies, Delhi. It is also clarified that all the contributions in the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund will qualify for tax exemption from Income Tax under Sec. 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961.

Since Gujarat Earthquake is a national calamity and relief/rehabilitation of its victims is a national cause, therefore, efforts of the cooperative societies and their members should be to mobilise maximum funds for this noble cause.

(R.K. Shrivastava)
Registrar Co-Operative Societies

Office of The Registrar Cooperative Societies
Govt. of National Capital Territory of Delhi Old
Court's Building, Parliament Street, New Delhi-110 001.

No. F. 47/Policy/RCS/2154 Dated: 14/02/2001

Circular

It has been noticed that the Cash Memo / Bills of Consumer Cooperative Stores in Delhi are printed with the Unilateral condition “Goods once sold will not be taken back I exchanged”. This condition is against the provisions of the Consumer Protection Act. Therefore, all the Consumer Cooperative Stores in Delhi are directed that hence forth the Cash Memo / Bill should be printed as under:

“In case you are not full satisfied with our produce / Service you can bring the same back within ONE MONTH for either replacement or return of money”.
This circular will come into force with immediate effect.

(Krishan Kumar)
Joint Registrar

Copy to:

1. President / Secretaries of all the Consumer Cooperative Stores of Delhi Through Concerned Zonal Asstt. Registrars.
2. PA to RCS / JRCS/ DRCS
3. The Chief Executive Officer,
Delhi State Cooperative Union Ltd.,
31 Netaji Subhash Marg, Darya Ganj, Delhi — with the request to publish in “Sehkari Patrika”

(Krishan Kumar)
Joint Registrar

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