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    RWAs in Hyderabad feel relieved as 2019 order is reversed

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    Resident Welfare Associations (RWAs) in Hyderabad can now hold their annual general meetings (AGMs) again. This is a relief for the RWAs, as a circular in 2019 had restricted their ability to update reports, maintain accounts, and operate bank accounts, following a court verdict in 2018.

    RWAs play an important role in improving the quality of life in housing societies such as gated communities and apartment complexes. They are responsible for maintenance, security, organizing events, and developing infrastructure. To do this, they need to maintain reports from AGMs, financial statements, and manage bank accounts effectively.

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    The United Federation of RWAs (U-FERWAS) explained that the circular issued in 2019 had a significant impact on the operations of previously registered RWAs, making it difficult for them to manage their communities effectively.

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    The restrictions prevented the RWAs from updating their AGMs and overseeing their bank accounts. This created difficulties in addressing important issues and managing community funds dedicated to maintenance and essential services.

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    Despite attempts by the High Court to overturn this directive, the necessary changes were not enacted by the government, leading to delays exacerbated by the pandemic. However, Marri Rajshekar Reddy, Malkajgiri Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) in-charge, worked with government officials to address the concerns of the RWAs.

    After negotiations, Rajshekar Reddy ensured that the pleas made by the RWAs were heard and their concerns were addressed. The efforts made by him were appreciated by UFERWAS, as they resulted in a positive outcome for the RWAs.

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