ABVP performance on Vivekananda College, demand to extend the election date
- 1:57 PM August 9, 2022
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Jhunjhunu: With the dates of students' union elections, now the voice of protest in colleges is becoming vocal. Students have demanded to postpone the student union elections till the admission process is not complete. There was a demonstration at Khetri in Jhunjhunu. In order to extend the student union election date, the students of Swami Vivekananda Government College have submitted a memorandum to the Higher Education Minister and demanded the election only after the completion of the admission process.
In a memorandum given to the Higher Education Minister through the Principal of Swami Vivekananda Government College, the state government has issued an order to hold elections in all the colleges in the state on August 26. But in the present situation, the admission process in universities and colleges of Rajasthan has not been completed. The election process is going to start from August 18. Voter list is also to be released on this day, but admissions in colleges have not yet been done by some faculty. It is impossible for PG students to enter before the students' union elections.
At the same time, students studying law have not entered. In such a situation, on holding elections on the date announced by the government, students studying PG and law will be deprived of using their vote in the student union elections. The same university administration and Rajasthan government are trying to hold the student union elections while killing democracy. At the same time, there is a possibility of collusion between the government and administration in the student union elections.
Apart from this, the university administration is being planned to get admission unconstitutionally for some students. Which is completely wrong. The students of the college have demanded the higher education minister to extend the date of election till the admission of the students' union election through the memorandum. ABVP district convenor Sunil Chaudhary, province cum minister Sanjay Gurjar, Hoshiar Singh, Sachin, Rahul Soni, Amit, Deepender, Pramod, Rahul, Simbu, Rakesh, Sunil, Sumit, Ajay, Anil, Ramveer were present on the occasion.Read more: Farmers adopting natural farming in the world's highest village in Himachal Pradesh, increased yield and earnings