DUSU Election Result 2023: The fate of the candidates in the Delhi University student council election is determined by electronic voting machines. Dusu election results are coming today. This time, 24 candidates are contesting for the posts of President, Vice President, Secretary and Joint Secretary in Dusu elections. ABVP has nominated Tushar Dedha as president, Sushant Dhankar as vice president, Aparajita as secretary and Sachin Bainsla as joint secretary. At the same time, NSUI’s Hitesh Gulia is contesting for the post of president, Abhi Dahiya for the post of vice-president, Yakshna Sharma for the post of secretary and Shubham Kumar Chowdhury for the post of joint secretary. Arif Siddiqui is vying for the post of president, Ankit is the vice president, Aditi Tyagi is the secretary, Nistha Singh is the joint secretary. Similarly, Ayesha Ahmed Khan is contesting for the post of president, Anushka Chowdhury for the post of vice president, Aditya Pratap Singh for the post of editor and Anjali Kumari for the post of joint editor.
Meanwhile, the ABVP registered a landslide victory in the elections held for the college panel. In this result ABVP left behind all the left student organizations including NSUI. After winning the college polls, the ABVP said it would win all four seats in the central panel’s Dusu polls. According to ABVP, ABVP candidates have won various posts in 34 colleges of DU. What is special is that ABVP has made a clean sweep in 8 colleges in Delhi. In Sister Nivedita College, Alka Chandela won the post of president, Sanjini Tiwari the post of vice president, Suman the post of secretary, Aarti the post of co-editor, Monika won, ABVP said. Shabhi won the post of Central Counselor and Cultural Secretary.
The ABVP registered a landslide victory in the elections held for the college panel.
ABVP wins in college results
At the same time, ABVP’s Akash Soni won the post of president and Abhinav Jha won the post of Campus Law Center (CLC) secretary. At the same time, in Delhi University’s Bhaskaracharya College, ABVP registered a clean sweep and won all the 6 posts. Winning candidates from Swami Shradhananda College, Aditi Mahavidyalaya and Keshav Mahavidyalaya celebrated their victory. ABVP won a clean sweep in Aditi Mahavidyalaya, 4 posts in Swami Shraddhananda College and ABVP won the post of President and Central Counselor in Keshav Mahavidyalaya.
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Similarly, ABVP’s Priyanshi Sharma won the post of vice-president in Dayal Singh College (Evening). ABVP also won the posts of Secretary and Central Counselor in this college. At the same time, the girls of ABVP have won the student council of Lakshmibai College. Colleges in South Campus of DU are Deshbandhu, Ramanujan, P.G. Won various posts in ABVP DAV, College of Vocational Studies, Sri Aurobindo College, Dayal Singh College, Bhagat Singh College.
All ABVP candidates won in many colleges
Similarly ABVP registered victory in Vivekananda College. ABVP activists have won elections for many posts, including the post of President of Aditi Mahavidyalaya. On Thursday itself, ABVP candidates swept DU’s Delhi College of Arts and Commerce. Similarly, ABVP won in Lakshmibai College, Keshav Mahavidyalaya, Rajdhani College, Bhagini Nivedita College.
A total of 24 candidates are contesting for the posts of President, Vice-President, General Secretary and Joint Secretary in Delhi University Student Council elections.
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We tell you that a total of 24 candidates are contesting for the posts of President, Vice-President, General Secretary and Joint Secretary in Delhi University Student Council Elections. Student organizations have included only important issues in their manifestos. Left student organizations had more confidence in student candidates from UP and Bihar. At the same time, the CYSS, the student wing of the ruling Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi, has decided not to contest any post on the central panel this time.