- Tag results for DUSU polls
Baisoya is under the scanner for submitting fake documents from Thiruvalluvar University at Vellore in Tamil Nadu to secure admission in the Delhi University where he is a student of Buddhist Studies.
Baisoya came under the scanner for allegedly using fake educational certificates when Thiruvalluvar University of Vellore, Tamil Nadu, issued a letter stating that he was never enrolled with it.
The National Students' Union of India, had alleged that the ABVP leader had produced a fake certificate from the Thiruvalluvar University for getting admission to Delhi University.
The EVMs were also used for the Tiz Hazari court bar association polls in 2014, which were declared null and void following allegations of machine tampering.
The Election Commission said it is not responsible for any local body polls and asserted complaints of alleged tampering of EVMs have generated wrong perception about the voting machines.
Delhi Congress chief Ajay Maken said the NSUI performed well in the DUSU polls and it would have won more seats had the EVMs not been 'tampered' with.
Akash Choudhary, the lone winning candiadte of the NSUI, alleged that fair elections were not conducted and data of seven EVMs were missing.
A person wearing a question mark sign was detained by police outside the Ramjas College, but after it was found he had a college ID card, he was let off.
As many as 1.35 lakh students will decide the fate of 23 candidates in the DUSU polls.
The NSUI banks on "Democratic Dialogues". On the other hand, the CYSS-AISA entered into the fray to fight the money and muscle power allegedly used by the ABVP and NSUI.
Senior AAP leader Atishi said that the AISA and CYSS alliance opposes the privatisation and commercialisation of higher education.
They were issued as the candidates of the 2017 DUSU polls failed to appear before it despite being served notice in connection with a PIL against defacement of public property.
A bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar said it cannot "tolerate" public property being "blatantly" defaced.
The Delhi High Court today allowed NSUI candidate Rocky Tuseed, whose nomination for presidential post was rejected, to contest the Delhi University Students Union elections.