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DU Union Polls: Delhi University Students Voting & Counting of votes on Tomorrow

DU Union Polls: Delhi University Students Voting & Counting of votes on Tomorrow :- Well, in New Delhi, DU students in the University of Delhi are set to elect its student union today. All the students are coming out for the voting of Union (DUSU) elections 2017. Also, the reports are coming that after a long campaign ABVP, NSUI, SFI, and AISA are all set for the election. Also, the result is not out now but everyone is expecting that they are going to see big win this year. Overall, you can say the big news is still yet to come.

As per the reports today on the morning shift, the DUSU elections 2017 held from 8.30 AM to 1.00 PM and the second shift is about to start from 3.00 PM to 7.30 PM for the evening shift. The results of DUSU elections 2017 are likely to be declared on September 13. Everyone is coming out for the voting and let see what is really going to happen because everyone is ready.

Delhi University Students Voting & Counting of votes on Tomorrow

Well, if we talk about the history then we can say that in 2016, ABVP had won the post of president, vice president, and secretary, while NSUI’s candidate was elected as the joint secretary. In last year the DU recorded 30% voting and sources are saying that this year the votes are about the increase for sure.

NSUI has fielded Kunal Sehrawat for the post of vice-president, Meenakshi Meena for secretary and Avinash Yadav for joint secretary. Also, for the president post, NSUI had earlier fielded Rocky Tuseed but later fielded Alka from Shaheed Bhagat Singh College after his nomination was rejected.

RSS’s ABVP has fielded Rajat Choudhary from Motilal Nehru College as its presidential candidate, Parth Rana for the vice president post, Mahamedhaa Nagar and Uma Shankar will contest for the posts of secretary and joint secretary respectively.

Currently, the DUSU is run by Amit Tanwar, Priyanka Chabri, Ankit Sangwan, Mohit Sangwan as president, vice president, secretary and joint secretary respectively.