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posted 2 months ago

question iconMedia gag by RWA

This question is about legality of rules imposed by one Resident Welfare Association in Hyderabad. The Management council has stated ... "Without Management Council approval, nobody is allowed to interact with the media representing the society or give any statements, allow them inside the society or provide any information on activities conducted here." This is a media gag being put in place against owners and residents. Is the RWA allowed to do this ?

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Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

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A.Dear Sir,
RWA is representative of residents of Society as such normally a resolution has to be passed to allow the outsiders to particularly the media persons. But, if one or more than one residents of the Society aggrieved by the activities of RWA they can approach media and they can call the media persons inside the Society to record everything which is visible and RWA cannot resist.

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A.Hi,
RWA has the right to frame such terms and conditions for the effective functioning of the association. However, if you have any objection to any of the provisions in the agreement, you can challenge its validity in court.
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