Published On: Fri, Sep 14th, 2018

ABVP retains its supremacy in DUSU

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Winning at least three prime posts in the Delhi University Students Union election, the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad, the students’ wing of BJP, has retained its supremacy in the student union.

In the election, the National Students Union of India, the students’ wing of Congress Party, has been the prime rival of the right student organisation –traditionally, the DUSU election is the competition between the rightist student organisation (ABVP) and the centre-left student organisation (NSUI).

Ankiv Basoya, the ABVP’s presidential candidate, has wristed at least more than 20467 votes to defeat his nearest rival, NSUI’s candidate Sunny Chhillar, who could only gain less than 20000 votes.

Apart from the presidential post, the ABVP has also grabbed the Vice-President post and the Joint Secretary post respectively.

Akash Choudhary is the one who have saved the NSUI from a humiliating defeat. He has won the powerful post of Secretary by defeating the ABVP’s candidate contested for that post.

Not everyone has conceded the defeat. The NSUI, the prime opposition party, has alleged malpractice. There are reports that some of the EVMs used in the election has suffered some technical issues during the election.

Mr Choudhary, the lone winner in the NSUI camp, is the first one who have expressed his doubt about the election result.

The formation of an electoral alliance between the CYCC (the Aam Aadmi Party’s student organisation) and the AISA (the far-leftist student organisation) in the DUSU election is the major political development happened during the election.

 

Vignesh. S. G

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ABVP retains its supremacy in DUSU