AN injunction will be filed in court today in a bid to overturn the annual elections of the Indian Chamber of Commerce by one of the losing candidates. Mr Vijay Chugh and his solicitor plan to file the appeal seeking a one-week extension against the destruction of voting ballots and an injunction against the results of the election. Chamber officials were quick to down play the move by Mr Chugh and said the candidate was well within his right as a candidate to contest the results. Mr Chugh claims there were irregularities in the Tuesday night election, saying proxie votes were given out six months in advance of the annual general meeting and some eligible voters were alleged to have given out more than one proxy of support to different candidates. Mr Chugh said his solicitor was seeking the opinion of a Queen's Counsel before pursuing further action. The chamber's secretary-general, Mr Chalakudi Subrananian, said any candidate was entitled to launch objections. ''He [Mr Chugh] did raise an objection because he had doubts,'' Mr Subrananian said. ''There are provisions in our constitution that any candidate who has a doubt can file a letter of objection.'' In the meantime, the election results would stand until a challenge was successful, he said. Mr Hatim Ebrahim was elected chairman; Mr Lal Hardasani and Mr Ashok Khemaney were elected vice-chairmen.