As far as I know, yes, brother(s) is included in the list of trustees.ex-l wrote:• Is it true that some of the trustees were Brothers or that a Brother was key against the guidance that it was and should be Sisters?
A right to information Act has been enacted by the Indian Government to enable citizens to access information from Government departments. But I am not aware if BKWSU is also bound to provide information under the Act or not. And I am also not sure if the Registrar of Societies, Bombay, who might have registered the World Renewal Trust would provide a copy of the deed. If any member is living in Bombay, they could enquire from the Registrar of Societies if they would be ready to provide this piece of information. It would cost very little to obtain the piece of information.Arjun, can someone in India dig out copies of the official trust deed? If it was officially recorded, it must be held in some public archive. It would be good to have copies of all the recent trusts and organizations they have registered and read what they are saying this time.