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इंडियन आवाज़     22 Jan 2019 10:00:45      انڈین آواز
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DUSU Elections: ABVP Wins President, Vice-President post, NSUI Gets Secretary Seat

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The Delhi University Students Union (DUSU) elections results have been announced. ABVP was elected in three central panel posts while Congress’s NSUI emerged victorious in one.

ABVP won the posts of president, vice president and joint secretary while NSUI secured secretary post. NSUI’s Sunny Chhillar was defeated by ABVP’s Ankit Baisoya in the presidential election with a margin of 1744 votes while Shakti Singh, also from ABVP, was declared as the vice president after he won with a margin of 7673 votes.

ABVP candidate Jyoti Choudhary has won the post joint secretary and NSUI candidate Akash Choudhary was elected in the post of secretary.

In the presidential election, Mr Baisoya was polled 20,467 votes when NSUI’s Sunny came runner up with 18,723 votes.

In vice president election, Shakti Singh was elected with 23,046 votes while Leena of NSUI was polled 15,000.

Choudhary, the lone winning candidate of the NSUI, alleged that fair elections were not conducted and data of seven EVMs were missing. The Chief Electoral Officer in Delhi Thursday clarified that the EVMs used in DUSU elections have not been issued by the Election Commission and it seems to have been procured privately.

The four posts of president, vice president, secretary and joint secretary form the central panel, which is elected for one year.

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