The National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) won the vice -president’s post. As the frontrunner, the ABVP had won as many seats in 2019 as well.
It was only in the years 2014 and 2015 when the ABVP had bagged all four seats in the election.
Local police, central paramilitary forces and reserve staffers will be deployed to provide adequate security during voting and on the counting day.
The campus is abuzz with protests, sloganeering, defacement, traffic snarls, and verbal spats ahead of Delhi University Students Union elections slated for September 22.
The manifesto titled – WoManifesto – has been designed to care for woman students as well, the ABVP said.
In this year’s poll, apart from four top ABVP candidates, two students from NSUI and one from SFI are from the Buddhist Studies department. Only AISA doesn’t have a candidate from the department.
Every student organisation is busy promoting its ideology, defending its manifesto and projecting its presidential candidates, with only a few days ahead of DUSU polls.
The student union led by ABVP will work on issues related to security of the students, academic concerns, and infrastructure, Sushant Dhankhad, ABVP’s candidate said.
"Our campaign has been against the BJP-backed ABVP and we will continue with it even without contesting the elections," CYSS-Delhi vice-president Sadique Raza said.
With only eight days left for the election to the DUSU, ABVP organized a massive rally comprising 5,000-odd students but ended up violating traffic rules and Lyngdoh Committee norms.
The office of the Chief Election Officer, DUSU Elections 2023-24 will issue the entry pass for scrutiny of nomination papers to be held on September 14 at 3:15 pm.
Our focus will be to arrange maximum hostel facilities, especially for women, in DU, says ABVP media convener Ashutosh Singh.
The students alleged while numerous students await hostel accommodations for nearly a year, individuals backed by Sanghi wardens are occupying hostel rooms.
When the students approached DoS and VC to revoke the punishment, they were met with threats of destroying their careers.
The students and leaders voiced their concerns over the lack of adequate facilities in schools and colleges, fee reimbursements and employment issues.
Outraged students at Kamla Nehru Girls College protested, demanding improved security measures, leading to clashes between the police and students, resulting in injuries.
Amit Pandey interviewed the presidents of these unions to delve into their perspectives on this matter.
The police arrested the accused and sent him to judicial custody. The National Students’ Union of India had filed a complaint with the police.
The JNU union had also sought action against members of another students’ union - Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) for “repeated violence on campus”.