KARACHI - Sindh University Teachers’ Association (SUTA) President Dr Arfana Mallah, while rejecting the allegations leveled by newly-elected SUTA secretary Dr Azahr Ali Shah against her, said the secretary should have to convene the executive council meeting as per the constitution of the SUTA to resolve the issue of campuses representation. In a statement issued here, Mallah said that she as president was performing her duties according the SUTA constitution and would like to debate problems of the association and faculty at appropriate forums, like the SUTA executive council and general body instead in the public. She said the election commission announced unofficial results on November 29 and the secretary had to call a meeting within seven days of the election, but it was delayed till December 12. On that day (December 12) he sent a text message to the president only for an informal meeting with office-bearers on constitutional amendments, means five elected representative, without new elected executive council members, which was against the SUTA constitution.She suggested Dr Shah that office-bearers were not authorized to make constitutional amendments, therefore he should have to call full executive council meeting.