Mumbai NSUI chief caught dancing naked, suspended
Zee Media Bureau
Mumbai: Suraj Singh Thakur, the Mumbai unit chief of the National Students Union of India (NSUI), has been suspended for allegedly dancing naked at a party function in the Mumbai suburb of Kandivli last month.
Reports, Tuesday, said Thakur was reportedly drunk during the function and was caught on camera allegedly dancing naked in the NSUI camp held in Kandvili on April 14.
Thakur, who had been re-elected as NSUI president in December 2012, was suspended on Monday after the matter came to fore.
However, it is still unclear as to what made Thakur and two other NSUI office bearers do it.
Sources claim that there may have been a ragging of sorts with seniors asking the new entrants to button down their shirts.
The video of Thakur allegedly dancing naked was uploaded on YouTube and was trending, but it has now been removed from the files sharing website.
Beside Thakur, the NSUI national president has also suspended two other office bearers, who were also drunk at that time and caught shaking their legs with him.
Thakur shot to fame after he led vociferous protests against the book of Rajiv Gandhi`s alleged killer AG Perarivalan in May 2011.
The NSUI is the students’ wing of the Congress and the party has taken the matter very seriously. According to reports, Suraj Singh Thakur and two other NSUI office bearers could be expelled from the organisation after proper verification of the matter.
With Agency Inputs
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