The student leader on Wednesday filed the report at Parliament Street police station alleging that the minister has “disappeared amid the pandemic and the citizens are in a crisis”.
NSUI State unit president Venkat Balmoor and other members wore PPE kits and staged a protest in front of the hospital, demanding free treatment for COVID-19 patients under the Arogyasri Scheme.
She was allegedly blamed and discriminated against by fellow students for testing positive and putting others at risk.
The protest was attended by senior Congress leaders, including Rajya Sabha MP Deepender Singh Hooda, former railway minister Pawan Bansal, and party spokesperson Alka Lamba.
While Vimlesh Yadav won the contest for the president’s post, Sandeep Pal was elected vice-president and Prafulla Pandey the general-secretary.
NSUI president Neeraj Kundan alleged the activist was arrested and brought to Delhi without a transit warrant.
The members of the students' wing of the Congress raised slogans against the BJP-led Centre and the Delhi Police for the "authoritarian crackdown on activists and supporters of the farmers' agitation"
The NSUI in Rajasthan has launched a fortnight-long drive — Re 1 Ram Ke Naam — to collect donations for the Ayodhya temple.
The activists of AISA, SFI, AISF, DSF, NSUI, CYSS, AIPWA and AICCTU, carrying posters, banners and placards, gathered at Mandi House for the 'citizens' march for farmers' till Jantar Mantar.
Thousands of farmers, most of them from Punjab, are now gathered at Delhi's borders protesting against the three laws enacted in September.
He predicted the wave of Congress in next Assembly polls. Later, addressing a meeting of NSUI, he said that NSUI leaders would be given priority while allotting Assembly tickets.
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NSUI also charged the BJP government with attacking institutions of higher learning, curtailing student rights, undermining free expression and clamping down on individual liberties.
Protesting against the CBSE question paper leak, the NSUI met Prakash Javadekar and demanded the sacking of CBSE chief Anita Karwal.
Eyeing the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, he is busy making strategy to win the student body polls in Hyderabad Central University in Allahabad University.