NSUI Demands Re Election For DUSU;Blames ABVP National President For Ankiv’s Degree From TU

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Referring to the Lyngdoh committee guidelines,the National Students Union of India (NSUI) claimed that it is preparing for a re election in DUSU.

The reference is being made to recommendation number 6.10.4 of the Lyngdoh Committee which states “In the event of the office of any major post of office-bearer falling vacant within two months of elections, re-elections should be conducted; otherwise the vice-president may be promoted to the post of president and joint secretary to the post of secretary, as the case may be (sic)”. 

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The admission committee will be meeting tomorrow on Ankiv Baisoya and will be verifying the documents which were submitted to take admission in a Masters course at Delhi University.

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NSUI today went on to blame the ABVP National President for this incident.“ABVP’s National President S Subbiah is from Tamil Nadu and is responsible for the fake TU degree of Ankiv Baisoya.He should apologise the DU administration and the students.” said Saimon Farooqui,National Secretary of NSUI.

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Kumari Shivanjali
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