New Delhi: Opening a comment during a Jawaharlal Nehru University students’ kinship polls, a All India Students Federation (AISF) won a presidential post, a formula for that were announced on Sunday.
Left-backed All India Students Association (AISA) that swept a polls for final dual years, mislaid a tip post by a domain of 67 votes and could conduct usually dual seats, Vice President and General Secretary.
The BJP-led Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parisahad (ABVP) that swept a Delhi University polls on Saturday, done a quip in a JNUSU Central Panel after 14 years and grabbed a Joint Secretary position by defeating a AISA claimant by a tiny domain of 28 votes.
In a left-dominated JNU campus, surprisingly a worried ABVP has stood second in dual of a 4 executive row seats-Vice President and General Secretary.
“Kanhaiya Kumar, who won a competition for a kinship President’s post, cumulative a sum of 1029 votes defeating AISA’s Vijay Kumar, who polled 962 votes and mislaid a tip post by by a domain of 67 votes,” a CEC for JNUSU polls Praveen Thallapelli said.
Shehla Rashid Shora and Rama Naga who were AISA’s hopeful for a post of Vice President and General Secretary polled 1387 and 1159 votes respectively defeating ABVP possibilities Valentina Brahma and Devendra Singh Rajput.
ABVP’s Saurabh Kumar Sharma, won a Joint Secretary post by defeating AISA’s Hamid Raza by 27 votes.
Sambit Patra, a stream BJP orator had won a President’s post in 2001 and ABVP hasn’t managed a singular chair given then.
For a final dual years, AISA had been unconditional a polls by bagging all 4 positions.
Kanhaiya, who was a show-stealer during a Presidential debate, pronounced “Students were unhappy with AISA as a promises done by it in a new years have not been fulfilled. The vital emanate of hostels that they had lifted stays unused even after them being in energy twice.”
Thirty-one councillors belonging to several schools in JNU were also inaugurated today. As a formula came out today, students collected outward a School of International Studies (SIS) and amid lifting of red and saffron flags, a new row was announced inaugurated during a ceremony.
In a JNUSU polls hold on Sep 11, some-more than 53 per cent students had exercised their franchise.
A sum of 22 possibilities tested their electoral fortunes for a Central Panel and 83 were in ravel for a post of councillors.
While 7 possibilities from vital students’ organisations were in a ravel for a desired presidential post in a JNU Students’ Union (JNUSU), 4 possibilities for a posts of Vice-President, 6 and 5 nominees for General Secretary and Joint Secretary respectively contested a polls.
Safety on campus and improved hostel comforts were among a pivotal issues lifted by a possibilities of several students’ organisations. The issues also found their place in normal JNU graffitis and handmade posters.
The parties contesting a elections embody All India Students Association (AISA), All India Students Federation (AISF), Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), Students Federation of India (SFI), National Students Union of India (NSUI), Democratic Student’s Federation (DSF) and Birsa Ambedkar Phule Students’ Association (BAPSA).
JNUSU is a deputy physique of a students in a varsity. The polls have been keenly contested over decades.