Left Sweeps JNU Students’ Union Election

Left Sweeps JNU Students' Union Election
Left Sweeps JNU Students' Union Election/ANI
Left Sweeps JNU Students' Union Election
Left Sweeps JNU Students' Union Election/ANI

Left Sweeps JNU Students’ Union Election

Left Sweeps JNU Students’ Union Election

Left Sweeps JNU Students’ Union Election

The Left party secured a resounding victory in the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Students’ Union Election, clinching all four seats after a gap of four years. The polling, held on March 22, witnessed a decisive mandate in favor of the Left, marking a significant political shift within the university.

Left Secures Presidency

Dhananjay, representing the Left, emerged victorious as the President of JNUSU, defeating ABVP’s Umesh Chandra Ajmeera with 2598 votes. The announcement, made by Election Committee Chairperson Shailendra Kumar, reaffirmed the Left’s stronghold in student politics.

Vice Presidency Won by Left & General Secretaryship Goes Left

Avijit Ghosh, another candidate from the Left, secured the Vice President’s position with 2409 votes, triumphing over ABVP’s Deepika Sharma. The decisive victory underscores the Left’s popularity and resonance among the student community.

Priyanshi Arya, supported by the Birsa Ambedkar Phule Students Association (BAPSA) and the Left, emerged as the General Secretary, garnering 2887 votes. The result reflects the student body’s endorsement of the Left’s agenda and vision for the university.

Joint Secretaryship Sealed by Left

Mo Sajid, representing the Left, clinched the Joint Secretary’s seat with 2574 votes, consolidating the Left’s dominance across all key positions in JNUSU. The electoral verdict signifies a renewed mandate for progressive student activism and advocacy.

The newly elected JNUSU office-bearers hailed the victory as a triumph for student rights and progressive values. Dhananjay emphasized that the students have chosen the Left amidst government challenges, highlighting the resilience of student activism.

Historic Mandate for JNU Students

Avijit Ghosh underscored the historic significance of the elections, emphasizing JNUSU’s legacy of advocating for student welfare and social justice. The Left’s victory in the backdrop of a four-year hiatus in elections underscores its enduring relevance and appeal among students.

The Left’s victory in the 2023 JNUSU elections echoes its success in the previous polls, reaffirming its position as a formidable force in student politics. The coalition of left-wing student outfits, united under the United-Left Alliance, has once again demonstrated its electoral prowess and organizational strength.

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