NSUI Demands Fresh Elections Or Sunny Chillar As DUSU President

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Since the DUSU elections of University in September 2018 and appointment of Ankiv Baisoya as the President of the DUSU, allegations against his “fake” mark sheet have been on the roll.

The AISA has demanded that criminal procedures be started against Ankiv Baisoya for presenting a manufactured mark sheet, and against the Buddhist Department HoD for “purposely deferring” the enquiry.

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DUSU secretary Aakash Choudhary from NSUI on Friday submitted a Memorandum to the Vice-Chancellor seeking fresh elections.The NSUI and AISA also held a joint press conference in which they said that the University has two options to either organize fresh elections or giving the president’s post to the runner-up Sunny Chhillar.

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Aakash Choudhary wrote, “As per the clause 17 of the sub-clause 1 (i) of the constitution of DUSU, the president of the union will be the chief executive head of the union and will function in all matters relating to the union in accordance with this Constitution. Now, in absence of the president, we will not be able to run the union properly. So please kindly arrange to conduct the fresh election for the post of president, DUSU.”

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NSUI Incharge Ruchi Gupta, referred to Section 101 of the Representation of People’s Act 1951, to demand that Sunny Chhillar be announced the DUSU President.

Source- Indian Express

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