AISA Launches DUSU Campaign,Demands Action Against ABVP Members Spreading Violence In Campus

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The All India Students’ Association (AISA) launched its campaign for the coming DUSU elections by demanding action against ABVP members who have allegedly been spreading violence in Delhi University.

The AISA members alleged that ABVP members have been disrupting activities in the university.AISA members said, “Since the beginning of the new session, the ABVP has seemingly adopted a policy to not let AISA members campaign anywhere and has been attacking our students in different colleges.”

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“It is shameful that serious offenders from the ABVP, who have been involved in many acts of violence, are now running for tickets. We demand that the Bharatiya Janata Party and the ABVP expel such members on moral grounds.” said Kawalpreet Kaur,President of AISA in DU.

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“It seems that the ABVP is the censor board of our universities. It disrupts and vandalises academic events in the name of nationalism. If the ABVP does not like it, then it attacks us.” said Suchita De,AISA National President.

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“The space for debate and discussion is shrinking day by day. I just want to ask whose university is it if not of the teachers and the students?” said Sanjay Bohidar,a professor at Shri Ram College of Commerce.

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Shivam Malhotra
A social media enthusiast who is in love with this digital world! Wrote the first article for DU Express in May 2016.

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