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CONSTITUTION of
AKHIL BHARAT HINDU MAHASABHA

 

AIMS, OBJECTS AND RULES

(Is amended at a meeting of the All India Committee held at New Delhi on September 9, 1990)

 

AKHIL BHARAT HINDU MAHASABHA
(Register under Act XXI of 1860)

 

1.NAME
The name of the Association shall be the AKHIL BHARAT HINDU MAHASABHA.

2. JURISDICTION
The jurisdiction of the Hindu Mahasabha shall extend to the whole of India or Bharat, as it existed before August 14, 1947.

3.AIM
The aim of the HINDU MAHASABHA as it to establish a really democratic Hindu State in Bharat, based on the culture and tradition to Hindu Rashtra and to re-establish Akhand Bharat by all constitutional means.

  1. A)

AKHIL BHARAT HINDU MAHASABHA bears faith and allegiance to the constitution of India as established by Law and to the principles of Socialism, Secularism and Democracy and would uphold Sovereignty, Unity and Integrity of India.”

4. OBJECTS
The objects of the Hindu Mahasabha are:

  1. To remove all forms of inequalities and disabilities and thus to establish an order in which all nationals will enjoy equal opportunities to serve the State.
  2. To assure to each national, full freedom of thought, expression, association and worship, not inconsistent with the national interest
  3. To make Bharat militarily strong and self-reliant in defense.
  4. To promote the glorious ideals of Aryan womanhood and to establish Ashrams for the protection, education and vocational training of women and children.
  5. To make Bharat politically, economically, morally and materially strong and self-reliant
  6. To remove gross inequalities in the distribution of wealth, to assure a decent standard of living to each national and to secure to the workers and peasants their rightful share in economy of the country and to promote class co-ordination instead of class conflict.
  7. To reclaim all those who have left Hindu fold and welcome others into it.
  8. To promote protection of cow and its progeny and to ban cow slaughter.
  9. To establish Sanskritised Hindi as the National Language and Devnagari as the National Script, with due regard to regional languages.
  10. To cultivate friendly relations with other nations with a view to maintain internal and international peace and progress.
  11. To ameliorate the economic, social and political conditions of the so called Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes as well as the Backward Classes, so as to bring them on par with other nationals of the country as early as possible.

 

  1. To carry on Charitable, Social, Educational and Religious activities in accordance

with programs laid down from time to time by the Working Committee of the Hindu Mahasabha and to acquire by purchase, gift, or otherwise , and manage properties, buildings and other assets, and / or dispose them off for the purpose of carrying out the above aims and objects.

 

  1. To establish culture contacts, and cohesion with the Hindus abroad and to intensity Hindu Missionary work all over the world.
  2. To incorporate or promote institutions, societies or associations having objects wholly or in part similar to any of the above objects and to lay down from time to time suitable programs with a view to accomplish the above objects.

 

5.MEMBERSHIP

(a) PRIMARY MEMBERS
Any Hindu of 18 years and over who accepts in writing the Aims and Objects of the Hindu Mahasabha, is entitled to become a primary member of the Hindu Mahasabha on payment of Rs. 2/-{Rupees Two only} per TWO years.

A.Hindu means a person who regards this land of Bhartavarsha from the Sindhu to the seas as his fatherland, as well as his Holy land.

(b) LIFE MEMBERS

A person who subscribe to the aims and objects of the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha and pays Rs. 201[Rupees TWO HUNDRED ONE only] in lump sum as his subscription to the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha will be considered as a life member of the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha subject to the approval of the Working Committee of the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha.

Such a life member, shall be entitled to enjoy all rights and privileges and responsibilities that any primary member enjoys in any capacity in the organizations subject to his paying any additional fee if any prescribed for such a position.

(c)ACTIVE MEMBERS
A primary member may be enrolled as an Active member of the Hindu Mahasabha if he is of the age 21 or over and has been primary member of the consecutive two years and pays an additional subscription of Rs. 25 [Rupees TWENTY FIVE only] for 2 years and fulfills any two of the following conditions: –

 

  1. Collects as donation or himself donates Rs.25/- [Rupees TWENTY FIVE only] for 2 years towards Hindu Mahasabha Fund.
  2. Enrolls at least 25 primary members each year.
  3. Maintain a cow in his house.
  4. Has produced original literature of approved worth on Hindu ideology.
  5. Has suffered   imprisonment in the cause of the Hindu Mahasabha.
  6. Works on Shuddhi front.
  7. Devotes at least 20 hours on an average in a month for Hindu Mahasabha work.

Active membership shall be continuous so long as the regular subscription is paid and other condition are prescribed are fulfilled. Only Active Members shall be eligible to stand as a candidate for election of Office-Bearers of Hindu Mahasabha and its branches.

The condition of remaining primary member for two years before becoming an active member shall not apply where a new Hindu Mahasabha branch is being established.

6. REGISTERS OF MEMBERS
Every unit of the Hindu Mahasabha shall maintain permanent registers of primary and Active members and shall supply lists of the same to their respective higher units and the State Sabhas shall supply lists of their Active Members to the Hindu Mahasabha headquarter and keep it informed of changes therein.

7. CONSTITUENTS
The Hindu Mahasabha shall include the following Sabhas and Committees:

  1. Village (Gram) / Ward in a City or Town (Nagar) Hindu Sabhas.
  2. Constituency (Vidhan Sabha) Hindu Sabhas.
  3. District (Janpad) or City (Mahanagar) Hindu Sabhas.
  4. Provincial (Pradesha) Hindu Sabhas.
  5. The All India Committee (Kendriya Mahasamiti)
  6. The Working Committee (Kendriya Karya Karini Samiti)

8.CONSTITUTION OF UNITS
The various constituent units of the Hindu Mahasabha shall be constituted as follows:

(a)VILLAGE AND TOWN HINDU SABHAS
Twenty or more person residing in a Village or a Ward can form themselves into a Village or a Ward Hindu sabha. Forty or more persons residing in a town can themselves into a Town Hindu Sabha. There may be different Branch or Ward Sabhas in a town. In towns, where there are Branch or Ward Sabhas, the Town Sabha shall consist of representatives of the Branch or Ward Sabhas.
There shall not be more than one Hindu Sabha for the same village, ward or town.

(b) CONSTITUENCY HINDU SABHAS
Twenty percent representatives of the primary members of the village or Town Hindu Sabhas within a Vidhan Sabha provided there are at least sixty primary members in the Constituency. The number of such representatives to the Constituency Sabha General Council will not exceed thirty-five and the units will given proportionate representation. If, however, there are no village or town Hindu Sabhas in the Constituency, sixty primary members in Constituency can constitute a Constituency Hindu Sabha.

(c) DISTRICT OR CITY HINDU SABHAS
Twenty percent representatives of the members of all Constituency Sabhas situated within the jurisdiction of District or City shall constitute the District or City Hindu Sabha General Council does not exceed one hundred and includes members from at least three constituency Hindu Sabhas.The Units will be given proportionate representation.

(d) PROVINCIAL HINDU SABHAS
a. In the Hindu Mahasabha organization the following shall constitute the provinces: –

  1. Andhra
  2. Assam including Arunachal, Manipur, Nagaland, Tripura and Meghalaya.
  3. Bengal including Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
  4. Bihar
  5. Delhi
  6. Gujrat including Daman, Diu, Dadra and Nagar haveli.
  7. Haryana
  8. Himachal Pradesh
  9. Jammu and Kashmir
  10. Kerala including Lacadive, Minicoy and Aminive Islands.
  11. Madhya Pradesh
  12. Maharashtra including Goa
  13. Karnataka
  14. Punjab
  15. Pondicherry
  16. Rajasthan
  17. Sindh
  18. Tamil Nadu
  19. Orissa
  20. Uttar Pradesh

b. The Working Committee of the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha shall have power to  alter the boundaries of Pradesh Hindu Sabhas or create new Pradesh Hindu Sabha or create new Pradesh or amalgamate Pradeshes into one Hindu Sabha in consultation with the Pradesh Sabhas concerned.

ii. RULES REGARDING PROVINCIAL (PRADESH) HINDU SABHAS

  1. without prejudice to the power and rights of the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha over the control, management, assets and properties of all the units generally, each units Sabha shall be treated as separate entity for purpose of transactions among themselves and separate accounts shall be maintained by each unit, which should be managed by their respective Working Committee elected according to the rules framed by each Pradesh Sabha for the management of the units under them. A single individual or Office bearers authorized by respective Working Committee shall be competent to represent respective units in all courts of law and other matters. Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha only delegates its power to its different units for convenience of management without prejudice to its own rights including the right of suspension or dissolutions of any of the units as provided for in Rule Thirteen(R. 13)

b.      Each Pradesh Hindu Sabha shall organize District and other Sabhas and shall have
power to frame a Constitution for its organization and to make Rules for the
conduct of its business which, however should not be inconsistent with the
Constitution of Hindu Mahasabha or any rule or rules framed by the Pradesh
Hindu Sabha shall be subject to the approval of the Working Committee of the
rules laid down in this Constitution shall generally apply to it.

c.       Each Pradesh Hindu Sabha shall submit an Annual Report of the work done
during the year in the State, along with details of their assets with full particulars to the Akhil Bharata Hindu Mahasabha generally by the end of February.

  1. No Pradesh Hindu Sabha can expel any member under its jurisdiction from the

organization for more than two years without the consent of The Working Committee of the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha, But in case of any member of the Council or Working Committee of the State, expulsion must have prior consent of the Working Committee of the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha.

  1. No unit of the Hindu Mahasabha shall be responsible for any financial liability of

the other. The Hindu Mahasabha and all its Constituent Hindu Sabhas shall be responsible only for their respective liabilities.

  1. The Hindu Mahasabha shall shoulder financial responsibility only regarding its own acts of omission and commissions pertaining to the property situated at Mandir Marg, New Delhi and any other purchased by them and registered in their name directly in or out of Delhi.

 

  1.  There shall be one Pradesh Hindu Sabhas in each State, which shall consist of representatives of District or City Hindu Sabhas in proportion to their primary membership strength, provided that each District or City will have at least one member of Pradesh Hindu Sabha, irrespective of its membership strength. Total number of members of Council of the Pradesh Sabha shall not exceed 250.
  2.  The Pradesh Hindu Sabha shall have power to co-opt not more than 20 members in addition to the number prescribed above.

 

  1. A Pradesh Hindu Sabha shall have at least one thousand primary members before it is affiliated or the Working Committee of the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha renews its affiliation.
  2.  A certificate signed by the President or General Secretary of the Pradesh Hindu Sabha shall accompany of the list of the members of the All India Committee confirming counterfoils of the receipts for 1000 members covering at least two district Hindu Sabhas. The Head Office may call for the counterfoils as and when it deemed necessary. And in the case of difference, the word of the President of the respective State Hindu Sabhas would be taken as final.

 

e.       ALL INDIA COMMITTEE (KENDRIYA MAHASAMITI) OF THE AKHIL BHARAT   
     HINDU MAHASABHA

The All-India Committee of the Hindu Mahasabha shall consist of :

  1. The President, the Working President if any, All ex-Presidents, All ex-Working Presidents, all ex-Vice Presidents who continue to remain primary members of the Hindu Mahasabha, provided, however that these ex-office bearers of the All India Committee shall not be counted in the respective strength of the elected members of All India Committee on behalf of the State Hindu Sabhas concerned
  2. Office-bearers of the preceding year.
  3. Members elected by every Pradesh Sabha, out of its members in a general meeting, held with agenda for such election by the end of February every year according to the following scale: –

Five members from every Pradesh, Irrespective of membership strength
Five members for 1,000 primary members.
Ten members for 3,000 primary members.
One member for every 500 primary members exceeding 3,000.
The maximum for every Pradesh will be fifty members.

  1. No member belonging to one state (Pradesh) Hindu Sabha would be entitled to be elected or nominated on the All India Committee by any other state (Pradesh) Hindu Sabha unless he or she has residence  and / or vocation and / or has any immovable property in that particular state.
  2. No member enjoying directly or indirectly any office of profit in the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha organization that is any employee or any one else pay of any organization functioning under the direct control of Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha shall be entitled to be elected as a member of the All India Committee. Payment of honorarium by the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha to any person shall be treated as an exception.
  3. A list of such members must be supplied to the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha Office at New Delhi by every Pradesh Hindu Sabha by the 15th of March every along with the affiliation fees payable by it, according to the scale mentioned in Article it.

 

  1. THE WORKING COMMITTEE (KENDRIYA KARYAKAINI SAMITI) OF THE AKHIL BHARATA HINDU MAHASABHA

The Working Committee of the Hindu Mahasabha shall consist of :
i.          The President of the Annual Session.

  1. Office bearers of the Mahasabha elected for the year, by the All India Committee of the Hindu Mahasabha at first meeting held immediately after the Annual Session.
  2.  20 representatives elected out of the members of the All-India Committee of the Hindu Mahasabha.
  3. Five members nominated by the President, out of the members of the Hindu Mahasabha who will be deemed to the members of the All-India Committee ex-officio.
  4. No members would be entitled to be elected or nominated on the Working Committee or as an office bearer of the Hindu Mahasabha contrary to Article 24(c) i.e. if he is member of any other political party in Bharat. Membership of non-political or religious organization would be permitted.
  5. Every member of the Working Committee of the Hindu Mahasabha shall pay it to the annual fee of Rs. 10/- (Rupees TEN only) for membership. Unless the fee is paid, no member shall be entitled to take part in the proceedings of the Working Committee of the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha.

9. OFFICE   –   BEARERS

The Office – bearers of the Hindu Mahasabha shall be:
i. a. One President of the Annual Session ex – officio
b. One Working President,
c.  Vice – Presidents, upto SIX

  1. THREE Secretaries:

i.  ONE General Secretary
ii. ONE Organizing Secretary
iii. ONE Office Secretary

  1. Four Zonal Secretaries
  2. The Treasurer

 

ii. The Office – bearers will continue in their office till their successors take over the
charge.

  1. The President shall be the Supreme Head of the whole organization. The General Secretary shall be in the charge of the organization, as its Chief Executive, subject to the general control of the President. The Treasure shall be in charge of the funds of the Mahasabha.

 

10.FINANCIAL YEAR
The Financial year of the Hindu Mahasabha shall be reckoned from the 1st April to 31st March.

11.DIVISION OF MEMBERSHIP FEE
A. The membership fee of the Hindu Mahasabha shall be divided amongst the various Sabhas as under: –
50  % to     the Unit.
15  % to     the immediate higher Unit.
15  %  to     the District or City Sabha.
15  %  to     the Pradesh Sabha.
15  % to     the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha.

 

B. Every Member elected to the All-India Committee shall pay to it an annual fee of Rs.5/-  (Rupees FIVE) for membership of the All-India Committee. Unless the fee is paid, no member shall be entitled to take part in the proceedings to the All-India Committee or the Subjects Committee of the Annual Session.

12. POWERS & DUTIES OF THE ALL INDIA COMMITTEE

The powers and duties of the All-India Committee of the Hindu Mahasabha shall be:

  1. To pass the annual accounts, duly audited and adopted by the Working Committee.
  2. To lay down general policy and consider resolutions on current problems, which may be placed before it by the Working Committee and / or if a notice thereof is given by any of its members at least 7 days before the meeting
  3. To pass a report of the activities of the year, submitted by the General Secretary.
  4. To fill in casual vacancies amongst its members from recommendations of the Pradesh Sabha of the State from which the member causing the vacancy was elected or in the absence of such recommendation from the State, to elect a member by its own resolution.
  5. To exercise all the powers and duties of the Hindu Mahasabha, including amendments to the Constitution.

 

13. POWERS AND DUTIES OF THE WORKING COMMITTEE
i. The working Committee of the Hindu Mahasabha shall have powers to:

  1. Take all steps necessary for working out the Aims and Objects of the Hindu

Mahasabha.

  1. Consider and Pass resolutions on current topics, recommend resolution on general policy to the All India Committee and implement resolutions passed by the All India Committee.
  2. Collect and invest or borrow fund, acquire, hold sell, mortgage or lease properties, moveable or immoveable and sign necessary documents for and on behalf of the Hindu Mahasabha.But this right to sell, lease or mortgage or otherwise deal with shall not apply in the case of the Hindu Mahasabha Bhawan situated at Mandir Marg, New Delhi, which is held and to be held as Trust by the Working Committee during its tenure of Office for and on behalf of the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha.
  3. Appoint workers, fix their salaries or honorarium and their duties
  4. Prescribe rules regarding powers and duties of all Office bearers.
  5. Pass the annual budget.
  6. Direct, control and supervise the working of all organization subordinate to it and affiliate or disaffiliate or suspend or dissolve them, as it may deem necessary.
  7. Appoint ad-hoc Committees in Pradeshas after superseding the existing organization, where there are not functioning efficiently or in Pradeshas where the organization is not existing at all.
  8. Fill up vacancies amongst its members and office bearers failing vacant owing to (i) resignation, (ii) death or (iii) not attending three Working Committee meetings without information provided that a notice under registered cover is sent to the member concerned, prior to declaration of his place as vacant.
  9. Settle disputes about Pradesh Hindu Sabha and hear and decide appeals against decisions of Pradesh Hindu Sabhas.
  10. Take disciplinary action against members of the Hindu Mahasabha after enquiry and affording opportunity of explanation to the concerned person or persons concerned.
  11. Make necessary changes in the time schedule of the Annual Session (which shall not exceed twelve months from dates prescribed in the Constitution) and of all elections and fixation of last date of enrolment of primary membership.
  12. Frame rules in respect of all matters not covered by the Constitution provided they are not inconsistent with it.
  13. Generally carry on policy, administration and business of the Hindu Mahasabha.

ii.      When the Working Committee is not in session, the President shall exercise all its
powers

14. RULES OF PROCEDURE

  1. The President the Working President if any, or in the absence of both, any of the vice-presidents present, shall preside the meeting of the All India committee or the Working Committee. In their absence, the members shall elect a Chairman for the meeting from amongst themselves.
  2.  The quorum for the All India Committee of the Hindu Mahasabha shall be ten, representing three Pradeshas, besides the members of the Working Committee present at the meeting.
  3. The quorum for a meeting of the Working Committee shall be seven of whom three shall be other than Office-bearers; present at the meeting.
  4. If any of the meetings are not held for want to quorum, a fresh notice with the same agenda should be issued to the members for a fresh meeting at which quorum will not be necessary.
  5. No quorum shall be necessary for adjourned meetings of All India Committee and the Working Committee.
  6. The All India Committee of the Hindu Mahasabha shall meet at least twice a year and every time upon requisition by not less than 30 members representing at least 5 Pradeshas.The Working Committee shall meet as often as may be necessary.
  7. Besides the meeting of the All India Committee that generally takes place at the time of the session for the election of the office bearers another meeting of the All India Committee would be convened by the Working Committee to deal with political situation in the country and policies of the Hindu Mahasabha.
  8. Notice of the ordinary general meetings, except the first meeting of  the All India Committee shall be given fifteen days before the date fixed Notice of ordinary general meeting of the Working Committee shall be given ten days before the date fixed.
  9. Notices of the meetings shall be issued under instruction of the President and shall specify the place, date and time of the meeting, and also the agenda of the items fixed for consideration.
  10. Emergent meetings of the All India Committee and the Working Committee of the Hindu Mahasabha may be convened under the direction of the President or the Working President with notices of the seven and three clear days respectively.
  11. Copies of the resolution passed by the All India Committee of the Hindu Mahasabha and by the Working Committee shall be supplied to the members of the respective Committee within a reasonable time from the Office at New Delhi.
  12. All decisions of the All India Committee shall be by a majority of the members present except in the case of the amendment of the Constitution when the decision shall be by a majority of 25 or two-third of the members present, whichever is less. The decision of the Working Committee shall by the majority of the members present, except in the case of decisions with regard to disciplinary action, when the majority shall be three-fourth of the members present.

 

15. ACCOUNTS OF THE HINDU MAHASABHA 
The accounts of the Hindu Mahasabha shall be audited annually

16.MAHASABHA SESSION

  1. The Annual Sessions of The Hindu Mahasabha shall ordinarily be held by the end of March, at such place as may have been decided upon at its previous Sessions or, in the absence of such decision, by the Working Committee of the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha.
  2. A Special Session may be summoned whenever necessary by the Working Committee of the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha.

17. RECEPTION OF COMMITTEE

  1. The Pradesh Hindu Sabha of the Pradesh, where the Working Committee decides to hold the Session shall form the Reception Committee for that session
  2. The Reception Committee shall be formed by the Pradesh Hindu Sabha of the Pradesh, where the session is to be held, at least four months before the Annual Session and may include persons who are not even members of any Hindu Sabha organization. The members of the Reception Committee shall pay not less than Rupees THREE each.
  3. The Reception Committee shall elect its Chairman and other Office-bearers from its own members, provided no one shall be elected Chairman or General Secretary unless he is a member of the Hindu Mahasabha.

18.FUNCTIONS OF RECEPTION COMMITTEE

  1. The function of the Reception Committee shall be to make arrangement for the holding of the Session, to collect funds for the purpose, to elect the President of the Session in the manner set forth in Article 19 hereunder, to make all necessary arrangements for the successful holding of the session and reception and accommodation of the session and reception and reception and accommodation of delegates, guests and visitors, as far as practicable.
  2. The Reception Committee shall within three months of the holding of a session, submit a report of the proceedings of the session as well as a statement of receipts and expenditure to the expenditure to the Karya Karini Samiti of the Hindu Mahasabha.Half of the balance left over shall go to the Maha Samiti of the Hindu Mahasabha and the other half to the Pradesh Hindu Sabha of the Pradesh where the Session was held.

 

19. PROCEDURE FOR ELECTION OF ELECTION 
a.  The Reception Committee shall ordinarily invite the various Pradesh Hindu   Sabha 90     days before the date of session to send it within a fortnight not more than three names of persons, who are, in their opinion, eligible for election to the President ship of the session.
The Reception Committee shall send a full list of names as suggested to all the persons named therein by Registered Post. Persons willing to withdraw and  / or agreeing  to contest shall inform the Reception Committee  Persons who do not  confirm their consent shall be deemed to have withdrawn.
The Reception Committee shall 60 days before the date of the session submit to all Pradesh Hindu Sabhas the list of names 40 days before the date of the Session. The Reception Committee shall be the meeting 40 days before the date of the session to consider such recommendations. The persons recommended by a majority of |Pradeshas and by the Reception Committee, which shall have one vote, be declared President elect of the next session.
President-elect of the next session. In case of the equality of votes, the Reception Committee shall have a casting vote. But in case an emergency arises by resignation, death or otherwise of the President thus elected or in the event of any dispute regarding the validity of election of the President-elect, the matter shall at once be referred to the Working Committee of the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha, whose decision shall be final. The President shall only be entitled to convene such a Working Committee meeting, if in his judgment   a prima facile case of irregularity and defect in election exists.
Provided also that in no case shall a person be elected as President, who belongs to the Hindu Mahasabha session is to be held.

b. The President of a Special Session shall be elected by the Working Committee of the   Hindu Mahasabha.

20. ELECTION OF DELEGATES

  1. Every Pradesh shall be entitled to send delegates from amongst their members in proportion of 1 to every 50 primary members enrolled during the year. Every District Hindu Sabha should be represented in the delegated.
  2. Members of the All India Committee of the Hindu Mahasabha shall be ex-officio delegates and shall pay Re.1 each as Delegate Fee.
  3. Each Pradesh Hindu Sabha shall frame rules for the election of delegates of the Hindu Mahasabha within its jurisdiction and shall send to the Reception Committee of Hindu Mahasabha an alphabetical list of the delegates so elected, containing full name, occupation, age, sex, and address of each of them to reach the said Committee at least seven days before the date fixed for the holding of the session.
  4. The rules regarding the election of the delegates for the Annual Session shall apply to the election of the delegates for a Special Session also.
  5. The President may permit inclusion of a list of delegates from any Pradesh for sufficient reason, in case the list has not been submitted within time.
  6. Any person enlisted as a member of the Hindu Mahasabha under rule 5 here above is eligible to be elected as a delegate to the Annual Session of the Hindu Mahasabha.

21.DELEAGTION CERTIFICATE

Each delegate shall, on production of a certificate of election signed or counter-signed by the Pradesh Hindu Sabha and on payment of a fee of Rupee ONE, receive a pass entitling him admission into the Annual Session of the Hindu Mahasabha. This rule will apply also to a Special Session.

22.SUBJECTS COMMITTEE

  1. The All India Committee of the Hindu Mahasabha together with one 20th of the members of the Reception Committees elected by it provided their number in no case exceeds twenty, shall constitute the Subjects Committee for the Session .The President shall have the right to nominate not more than ten additional members to the Subjects Committee.
  2. The President-elect of the Annual or Special Session immediately after his election is declared, shall nominate a Steering Committee, with one of the Secretaries of the Hindu Mahasabha as its Convener, to prepare drafts of resolutions to be placed before the Subjects Committee.
  3. The President shall call a meeting of the Subject Committee after the opening of the Session, which will meet as often as necessary. The General Secretary shall submit to the Subjects Committee who are not members of the Hindu Mahasabha shall not participate in discussion on this report.

 

23.VOTING

  1. Delegates alone shall be entitled to vote at the Mahasabha Session or otherwise take part in the deliberations.
  2. Only the delegates of those Pradesh Hindu Sabhas, who have duly paid the affiliation fee to the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha, shall be entitled to participate in the deliberations of the Session.
  3. Members of the All India Committee and delegates representing any Pradesh Hindu Sabha may be debarred from taking part in the proceedings of All India Committee and of the Hindu Mahasabha of that year until  the quota money due from that year until the quota money due from that  Sabha has been paid before the Session.
  4. All resolution placed before the delegates shall be carried by a majority of the delegates present.

 

24.      MISCELLANEOUS

  1. Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha means All India Hindu Mahasabha, All India Hindu Sabha or Hindu Mahasabha names by which this organization was known before from time to time and shall have the same authority, powers and ownership over the organization and assets, as All Hindu Mahasabha or All India Hindu Sabha or Hindu Mahasabha had.
  2.  All questions or disputes arising under the Constitutions or procedure laid down therein, amongst members and units of the Hindu Mahasabha, shall be determined by the immediate higher authority or unit. Appeals may be preferred against such decisions including those of disciplinary action by the aggrieved party or unit up to the highest authority of the Hindu Mahasabha; but the decision of any authority shall not be liable to question by any of them in a court of law and shall be final and binding on all members and units unless stayed by a higher authority of Hindu Mahasabha on an appeal.

All Cases in respect of moveable or immoveable property of Hindu Mahasabha or
Against it shall be subject to Jurisdiction of Delhi.
c. A Person shall be enrolled as a member in his permanent place of residence or
where he normally carries on his work. No member shall be a member of two
different units of the Hindu Mahasabha or any other political party in Bharat.

 

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