NSUI sweeps DUSU polls, ABVP creates ruckus
New Delhi: Congress affiliated National Students’` Union Of India (NSUI) on Saturday comprehensively outdid Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) in the Delhi University Students Unions (DUSU) elections.
Arun Hooda and Varun Khari, both from NSUI, have been elected as the new President and Vice President respectively.
Hooda beat ABVP`s Ankit Dhananjay Chaudhary and Khari edged out Gaurav Chaudhary to grab the posts.
NSUI`s Raveena Choudhary and ABVP`s Vishu Basoya were tied for the position of Joint Secretary.
NSUI has raised the issue of Unmukt Chand`s attendance and providing better facilities to students who bring glory to the country by participating in high levels of competitions, along with those who participate in other co-curricular activities and NCC.
Among the major issues that NSUI raised in this year`s election is the demand to introduce evening classes in all Delhi University colleges and faculties.
Currently only the Law faculty and a few colleges in the South campus have this provision.
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