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A trust in deficit

Observers of Parsi politics had predicted a split outcome. Candidates from both the rival camps were expected to win some seats, with independent candidate Anahita Desai securing the largest number of votes at the recently concluded Bombay Parsi Punchayet (BPP) trusteeship elections. The surprise was sitting trustee Kersi Randeria losing his seat and the rival, populist Dinshaw-Viraf Mehta camp securing a comfortable majority of four on the seven-member board. As Dinshaw told Parsiana prior to the ceremonial boardroom meet on May 31, 2022, "We did much better than expected." After all it was the Mehta led majority of three on......



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I do not live in India, so I not sure of the laws that would apply, but co-operatives face a similar situation elsewhere. The solution is to charge rent proportional to income shown on their tax returns. This would also be fair to poor Parsis who actually deserve housing, and are supported by their well-heeled brethren.
- Rohinton Unwalla
- 08-Jun-2022

I do not live in India, so I not sure of the laws that would apply, but co-operatives face a similar situation elsewhere. The solution is to charge rent proportional to income shown on their tax returns. This would also be fair to poor Parsis who actually deserve housing, and are supported by their well-heeled brethren.
- Rohinton Unwalla
- 08-Jun-2022

what a sad state of affairs!!
- Sunnu Golwalla
- 07-Jun-2022

 

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