79A. [GOVERNMENT’S POWER] TO GIVE DIRECTIONS IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST, ETC
(1) If the State Government, on receipt of a report from the Registrar or otherwise, is satisfied] that in the public interest or for the purposes of securing proper implementation of co-operative production and other development programmes approved or undertaken by Government, or to secure the proper management of the business of the society generally, or for preventing the affairs of the interest, etc. society being conducted in a manner detrimental to the interest of the members of the depositors or the creditors thereof, it is necessary to issue directions to any class of societies generally or to any society or societies in particular, [the State Government may issue] directions to them from time to time, and all societies or the societies concerned, as the case may be, shall be bound to comply with such directions.
(2) [The State Government may3 modify or cancel any directions issued under sub-section (7), and in modifying or canceling such directions may impose such conditions as [it may deem fit.].
(3) Where the Registrar is satisfied that any person was responsible for complying with any directions or modified directions issued to a society under subsections (1) and (2) and he has failed, without any good reason or justification, to comply with the" directions, the Registrar may by order—
(a) if the person is a member of the committee of the society, remove the member from the committee and appoint any other person as a member of the committee for the remainder of the term of his office and declare him to be disqualified to be such member for a period of six years from the date of the order ;
(b) if the person is an employee of the society, direct the committee to remove such person from employment of the society forthwith, and if any member or members of the committee, without any good reason or justification, fail to comply with this order, remove the members, appoint other persons as members and declare them disqualified as provided in clause (a) above :
Provided that, before making any order under this sub-section, the Registrar shall give a reasonable opportunity of being heard to the person or persons concerned and consult the federal society to which the society is affiliated.
Any order made by the Registrar under this section shall be final.