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PIL against Ashram revamp: Can’t jeopardise autonomy of existing trusts, says Tushar Gandhi

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Opposing the redevelopment challenge of Gandhi Ashram and its precincts, Tushar Gandhi, the great-grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, submitted Friday ahead of the Gujarat Prime Courtroom that “there must no longer be an unchecked authority to Impose the representatives of the six accept as true with representatives inside the governing council” of the newly shaped Mahatma Gandhi Sabarmati Ashram Memorial Agree with (MGSAMT).

The 5 self sufficient trusts have now been introduced beneath the umbrella of MGSAMT “the place there’s state intervention” and this facet must be considered and their autonomy “may also be jeopardised” in one of these state of affairs, Suggest Bhushan Oza submitted on behalf of Tushar Gandhi who moved the general public hobby litigation.

The governing council of MGSAMT these days contains representatives from 4 of the 5 existing trusts—Sabarmati Ashram Preservation and Memorial Agree with (SAPMT), Khadi Gramodyog Samiti Agree with, Sabarmati Harijan Ashram Agree with (SHAT), Sabarmati Ashram Gaushala Agree with, and Harijan Sevak Sangh—that personal and organize the erstwhile 120-acre Gandhi Ashram house.

Oza identified the likelihood of the 20-member MGSAMT governing council accommodating majority of its representatives who aren’t from the 5 trusts or with the ones with “no Gandhian background”. The petitioner wondered if the accept as true with could be Inept to Hold, give protection to and support “the Gandhian values and ethos” in one of these situation.

The department bench has now indexed the subject for August 18.

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