Singapore Indian Association to reopen after being shut over leadership dispute

The Singapore Indian Association has been shuttered since Feb 7, 2022. ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM
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SINGAPORE - The Singapore Indian Association (IA), which has been shuttered since Monday (Feb 7) after an internal dispute between its leaders, is set to resume normal operations from Thursday (Feb 10).

Thanking members for their patience and understanding in a circular on Wednesday night, IA president Vishnu Pillai said it has been established that the current management committee is still responsible and accountable for the operations of the association.

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