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Chitrakala: MIED Failed To Stop Ex-MIC Youth Chief From Persuing Legal Suit

Contributed by Anonymous on Wednesday, April 14 @ 07:38:16 CDT

KUALA LUMPUR, April 14 (Bernama) -- The Maju Institute of Educational Development (MIED) on Wednesday failed in its bid to stop ex-MIC Youth chief A.Vigneswaran from commencing a legal suit against the MIED trustees.

The High Court dismissed its preliminary objection to Vigneswaran's application for leave to commence the suit.

Judicial Commissioner Mah Weng Kwai, who made the order in chambers, also dismissed its application to expunge some paragraphs in Vigneswaran's affidavit-in-support which was based on former chief executive officer P.Chithirakala's statutory declaration.

Vigneswaran is seeking the leave under Section 181A of the Companies Act 1965 which stipulates that parties who want to be named on behalf of the company as plaintiff in the suit can only be instituted with the leave of the court.

In his proposed suit, Vigneswaran named the MIED as the plaintiff and nine trustees as the defendants.

Later, Vigneswaran's counsel A. Vasanthi told reporters that the judge dismissed both applications and fixed April 30 to hear the leave application.

MIED's counsel Chetan Jethwan said the judge ordered Vigneswaran to file a fresh affidavit-in-support because the initial affidavit was not properly brought before the court.




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