ABVP bags three key posts in DUSU polls, Tushar elected as president
New Delhi: Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), the student wing of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), on Saturday, bagged three key posts in the Delhi University Students Union (DUSU) elections,
ABVP secured the posts of President, Secretary and Joint Secretary.
ABVP candidates Tushar Dedha was elected the President with a margin of 3,115 votes, Aprajita was elected as the secretary with a margin of 12,937 votes and Sachin Baisala secured the post of joint secretary with 9,995 votes over the nearest rival.
The newly elected President of DUSU Tushar Dedha attributed the victory to ABVP's positive campus activism.
"ABVP's dedication to issue-based campaigning resonated with the diverse student body of DU. The substantial margins of our victories signify the deep trust and faith that students have in ABVP's ability to work for their welfare," he said.
The newly elected secretary Aprajita celebrated her historic victory as a woman candidate with the highest margin of votes.
"This victory underscores the impact of ABVP's consistent work on women's issues and empowerment. We are committed to reciprocating this immense support by tirelessly serving the entire student community of the DU," she said.
The newly elected DUSU joint secretary Sachin Baisla expressed his gratitude for the overwhelming support and highlighted the significance of ABVP's continuous presence in students' lives.
"Our campaign, centered around critical issues like infrastructure, mental health and fair fees, resonated deeply with our fellow students. Winning by such huge margins reflects their collective trust in our dedication to their welfare," he said.
Delhi unit secretary of ABVP Harsh Attri underscored the contrast with the campaign run by Congress-supported NSUI.
"Despite the negativity and violence perpetuated during the election campaign by NSUI and Congress, the students of DU have overwhelmingly chosen ABVP. We stand for a prosperous, safer, and harmonious university environment, women's empowerment, and holistic student development," he said.
(With UNI inputs)