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ABVP, NSUI claim victory; unruly end to polls

india Updated: Aug 28, 2006 16:57 IST
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STUDENT COUNCIL elections-2006 to elect student councils presidents in 22 colleges in the district ended with cancellation of elections in the States biggest government college- Government Arts and Commerce College (GACC) and unruly scenes at Mahatma Gandhi Medical College (MGM) and Vaishnav College, while it concluded peacefully and without contest in most other colleges yesterday.

Although the elections were held in indirect method involvement of political affiliations supporting different panels was evident as usual. Regular students mostly remained off campus and toppers and those candidates directly fielded by one or the other outfit remained in the fray.

Both National Student Union of India (NSUI) along with its affiliate Pintu Joshi panel and Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) and its supported Gaud panel claimed victory in the elections. While NSUI took out a victory rally yesterday ABVP will take out its victory rally tomorrow.

MGM was witness to a strange scene when threats were issued from behind the curtain against contestants standing from ABVP supported Dr Anand Rai panel in the situation of there being no other contestant in the fray. The college administration tried to cancel the elections which led to strong protests after which Dr Rai’s panel won unopposed all 21 seats.

Dr Raghvendra Singh Thakur was unanimously elected president and Varun Pathak secretary, while Bhargava Patel was elected president and Abhi Mishra secretary in Government Dental College.

Elections concluded without contest in PMB Gujarati Arts and Law College where Devendra Singh Meena was elected president and Mahak Sharma secretary.

Elections were held unopposed in Old Government Girls Degree College (GDC), Moti Tabela where Fatima Riyaz was elected president and Reena Singh secretary, while Dilqasha Khan was elected president and Madhvi Chaudhary secretary in New GDC, Kila Maidan.

Elections concluded without a contest in MKHS Gujrati Girls College where Ritika Panchal was elected president and Prateeksha Shah secretary. Elections were held unopposed in Nirbhay Singh Patel (New Science College) where Shaktiraj Singh Chauhan was elected president and Umesh Narvariya secretary.

Elections concluded without a contest in Islamia Karimia Degree College (IKDC) where Reshma khan was elected president and Rizwana Parveen secretary.

Elections were held unopposed in Government Music College where Rajkumar Yadav was elected president and Nirmal Sharma secretary. Elections concluded without a contest in Government Sanskrit College where Dinesh Mudgal was elected president and Mohini Joshi secretary.

Elections were peaceful in Mata Gujri Girls College where Priyanka Kaur Hora was elected president and Rinku Kukreja secretary.

In Christian Eminent College Priyanka Patel was elected president and Vipin Wankhede secretary. Elections were held without opposition in Priyadarshini College where Sunny Saluja was elected president and Deepika Chauhan secretary. Elections were held without contest in Vidyasagar College where Shuchi Khurana was elected president and Sheman Porwal secretary.

Elections were held without opposition in MB Khalsa College
Anuja Y Kushwaha was elected president and Ritesh Chauhan secretary in Vaishnav Commerce College. Zehra Zaidi was elected president and Chetan Kumar Kotia secretary in Christian College. Gurpreet Singh was elected president and Niteesh Kaushik secretary in ILVA College. Archana Biyani was elected president and Amrit Bhati secretary.

Vinay Yadav was elected president and Rajendra Chauahn secretary in Kothari College of Management. Gautam Jain was elected president and Neha Jaiswal secretary in Ranjit Singh College. Shobhika Sharma was elected president and Shailesh Meena secretary in Maheshwari College. Monisha Jaiswal was elected president and Pinky Sonkar secretary in Jagdale College.

Gaurav Jaiswal was elected secretary and Varun Pal secretary in Sanskar College. Sushil was elected president and Geeta Madhvi secretary in Indore School of Social Work. Deepali Ohra was elected president and Neha Jain was elected secretary.

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