इंडियन आवाज़     13 Nov 2018 11:25:14      انڈین آواز

JNU: Left Unity Sweeps Student elections, Wins All Four Seats

Our Correspondent / New Delhi

The united front of Left student groups won all four central panel posts in Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Students’ Union elections, defeating ABVP.

N Sai Balaji was elected the President and Sarika Choudhary the Vice President. Aejaz Ahmed won the post of General Secretary while Amutha has been elected as Joint Secretary.

The Left-backed All India Students’ Association, Students’ Federation of India, Democratic Students’ Federation and All India Students’ Federation had contested the polls jointly.

The counting of votes was suspended after ABVP leaders allegedly broke into counting centres and roughed up Election Committee members.The ABVP, however, rejected the charges and claimed that the counting was started without informing them. The election committee did not name the persons responsible for the violence. The voter turnout in the election was 67.8 per cent, believed to be the highest in six years. Over 5,000 students had cast their votes.


In the last round of counting for the JNUSU Elections, here are the latest figures:

Vote count – 4387
Total vote – 600

President Post

N Sai Balaji (Left Unity) – 1871
Lalit Pandey (ABVP) – 937
Thallapalli Praveen (BAPSA) – 583
Jayant Kumar (RJD) – 459
Vikas Yadav (NSUI) – 360

Vice President Post

Sarika (Left Unity)- 2309
Geeta Sri (ABVP)- 871
Purna Chandra (BAPSA) – 554
liji (NSUI)- 418

General Secretary Post

Aejaj (Left Unity) – 2113
Ganesh (ABVP) – 863
Vishambhar Nath(BAPSA) – 613
Md. Mufizul (NSUI) – 256

Joint Secretary Post

Amutha (Left Unity) – 1552
Venkat Chaubey (ABVP)- 941
Nureng Reena (NSUI)- 602
Kanaklata Yadav (BAPSA) -500

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