JNUSU Elections 2018: United Left Alliance sweeps polls

16 Sep 2018 02:52 PM

JNUSU Elections 2018: United Left Alliance sweeps polls

Updated 16 Sep 2018 02:52 PM

The United Left Alliance has won the Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union (JNUSU) elections. The party has bagged all central panel posts with N Sai Balaji elected as the President, Sarika Chaudhary as the Vice President, Aejaz Ahmed Rather as the General Secretary and Amutha Jayadeep as the Joint Secretary, reported ANI. The vote counting of the high-decibel JNUSU was halted after Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) leaders allegedly broke into counting centres and manhandled the Election Committee members. However, the ABVP members rejected the charges and said that the counting of votes were started without informing them.

Reports of violence and protests kept sprawling the campus of JNU on Saturday and thousand of students, faculty members and political volunteers were present in the campus till late on Saturday night. Even a clash broke out on Saturday which reportedly ended up with injuring 10 people. Even a police case was filed in the Vasant Kunj police station.

PLAYLIST

India faces GDP slowdown, increased unemployment rate| Master Stroke Full

India faces GDP slowdown, increased unemployment rate| Master Stroke Full

India faces GDP slowdown, increased unemployment rate| Master Stroke Full

China Terms J&K Bifurcation ‘Unlawful, Void’; India Hits Back, Calls It ‘Internal Affair’

'Kashmir Move Was To Free India Of Terrorism': PM Narendra Modi In Thailand

PM Dedicates Decision on Article 370 To Sardar Patel; Says ‘Now J&K Will Have Political Stability’

It is difficult to breathe in Delhi air, says a resident

It is difficult to breathe in Delhi air, says a resident

It is difficult to breathe in Delhi air, says a resident

It is difficult to breathe in Delhi air, says a resident

It is difficult to breathe in Delhi air, says a resident

It is difficult to breathe in Delhi air, says a resident

It is difficult to breathe in Delhi air, says a resident

It is difficult to breathe in Delhi air, says a resident

It is difficult to breathe in Delhi air, says a resident