Counting Of Votes Tomorrow : High Court Allows DU To Declare President Election Results Tomorrow

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DUSU Elections 2017 : The Delhi High Court today allowed Delhi University to declare the results of its students union’s presidential election.The votes for the Delhi University Students Union election will be counted tomorrow.

The High Court modified its previous order of 8th September 2017 ‚Äì telling the university not to count the votes for the presidential post and to keep it sealed ‚Äì after Delhi University filed a plea saying that partial counting of votes was not possible, as the polling was done using EVM’s.

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Justice Indermeet Kaur of the High Court, however, said the outcome of the poll ‚Äúwill be subject to the outcome of the main petition‚Äù filed by NSUI’s Rocky Tuseed.

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In its earlier interim order of 8th September,the Delhi High Court allowed Rocky Tuseed to contest elections by setting aside the 7th September directive of the Delhi University’s CEO.

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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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