COUNCIL OF INSTITUTE OF THE CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS OF INDIA Vs. RAJESH
HIGH COURT OF DELHI
Council Of Institute Of The Chartered Accountants Of India
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(1.) THIS reference has been made under s. 21(5) of the Chartered Accountants Act, 1949.
(2.) A firm of auditors by the name of M/s Kaul Associates was required to conduct a statutory audit in respect of the affairs of respondent No. 3 (Delhi Prashasan Adhikari Co -operative Group Housing Society) by the Registrar, Co -
operative Societies, Government of NCT of Delhi, New Delhi. Respondent No. 1 (Shri Rajesh Rastogi) was appointed as
the auditor by the firm.
(3.) IT appears that there were some complaints in respect of the audit which led respondent No. 3 to make a complaint against Shri Rajesh Rastogi to the Institute of Chartered Accountants. The Institute looked into the matter and
conducted an enquiry in which Shri Rajesh Rastogi admitted the allegation made against him thereby admitting the
violation of Part -1 of Sch. -2 to the Act.
After hearing Shri Rajesh Rastogi, the Institute has recommended reprimanding him and the matter has come to us for confirmation.;
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