Malaysian Armed Forces Sikh Veterans Association (MAFSVA) – OBJECTIVES

| Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | 27 July 2016 | Asia Samachar |
The logo for the newly formed Malaysian Armed Forces Sikh Veterans Association (MAFSVA)


Malaysian Armed Forces Sikh Veterans Association (MAFSVA)


The objectives of the Fauji Association shall be:

a. To liaise with and make representation with JHEV on behalf of the members of Fauji Association on all matters related to retired Armed Forces personnel. To promote the ties of friendship, unity, harmony and render mutual aid within the Fauji Association.

b. To uphold and continue to protect jointly the charter, traditions, honour, prestige and interest of the Malaysian Armed Forces and the interest of the Fauji Association.

c. To foster mutual goodwill, understasikhnding and friendship by providing opportunities for members to share in religious, social, sporting, charitable and recreational activities.

d. To foster mutual goodwill, understanding and friendship between the Fauji Association and the serving personnel of the Malaysian Armed Forces.

e. To accept, purchase, take on lease or in exchange or otherwise occupy or acquire any land or building from the Government, firms, organizations or individuals and to build and construct on such land a building as a Clubhouse or building which may be requisite for the purposes of or conveniently used in connection with any of the objectives of the Fauji Association and to lease, sell, charge, give in exchange or dispose of the same or any part thereof and the proceeds or income derived there from shall be used solely for furthering, developing and carrying out the objectives of the Fauji Association.

f. To hire and employ such persons as staff for administrative purposes and to pay them in return for services rendered to the Fauji Association.

g. To promote and hold either alone or jointly with any other associations, clubs or persons, sporting and athletic meetings, competitions and matches and to offer, give or contribute towards prizes, medals and awards and to organise fund raising activities that are of benefit to the Fauji Association.

h. To invest and deal with the monies of the Fauji Association not immediately required upon such manner as may from time to time be determined by the Executive Committee.

i. To incorporate businesses to uplift the social / financial status of members of the Fauji Association and to apply for various business permits.

j. To subscribe, contribute, sponsor, aid, assist or in any way promote the education and well-being of needy and deserving members of the Fauji Association and/or their families.

k. To subscribe or contribute to charitable, welfare, religious, patriotic and other deserving institutions and members of Fauji Association a sum of monies to be determined by the Executive Committee.

l. To accept and receive donations in cash or in kind from individuals or organisations.

[As shared by the association pro-term team with Asia Samachar]


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