Mumbai, Nov. 19 -- Co-operative housing societies across the city are unhappy with the changes to the Maharashtra Cooperative Societies (Amendment) Act 2019, which came into effect on September 24. As per the amended Act, the societies have to inform the registrar about their internal elections, following which an official will be appointed to monitor the polls.

On Saturday, the office-bearers of some of the oldest co-operative housing societies in the city gathered at Bandra to discuss the changes in the law. They submitted a list of their objections to Bandra legislator Ashish Shelar and are planning to meet the Maharashtra chief secretary on Tuesday to discuss the matter.

Cornel Gonsalves, secretary of Salsette Catholic Co-operative Ho...