The eligibility criteria for nomination of representatives of sugar factory under clause (e) of section 3 shall be as follows:- The person to be nominated shall be office bearer of a co-operative sugar factory or an occupier of the factory as the case may be. The factory which is represented by such representative shall not have defaulted in the payment of any Government dues that is to say any Government loan, the tax on purchase of sugarcane. Loan given on government guarantee and Guarantee fee payable to the Government. Factory which is represented by such representative shall not be in arrears of F.R.P. for the previous year at time of his first nomination and shall not be arrears of sugarcane payment as per provisions of clause (a) of section 4 at the time of subsequent nominations.
The eligibility criteria for nomination of representatives of sugar factory under clause (f) of section 3 shall be as follows:- The person to be nominated shall be farmer and shall have agricultural land in his name in the State of Maharashtra. Such person shall have supplied sugarcane to any sugar factory within the state, for three consecutive years prior to his nomination. During his tenure as Non- official member, such person shall remain sugarcane supplier to any sugar factory in the state. Such person must be an active member or shareholder of any sugar factory. Such person shall not have more than two live children at the time of his nomination or during his term as such member. Explanation: - For the purpose of this clause:- a) Where a couple has only one child on or after the date of commencement of these rules, any number of children born out of a single subsequent delivery shall be deemed to be one entity. b) “Child” does not include an adopted child or children. Such person shall not be a defaulter of any Co-operative Societies Act,1960 or under the Multi State Co-operative Socities Act,2002 or any Bank being regulated under Banking Regulation Act,1949 as the case may be.
Subject to the provisions of sub-section (5) of section 3, the government may, by order, remove any non-official member from his if he incurs any one of the disqualifications specified in the Act or these Rules. Before passing any order under sub rule(1), the Government shall cause a notice of not less fifteen days to be given such non-official member to present his case and shall consider any cause shown by such member. The Government may appoint any other eligible person in the place of such member who has been removed and the person appointed shall as the Government may deem fit for the remaining of the tenure.