Left alliance sweeps all 4 seats in JNU students” union elections

Left alliance sweeps all 4 seats in Jawaharlal Nehru University students' union elections.
Left alliance sweeps all 4 seats in JNU students” union elections
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Left alliance sweeps all 4 seats in Jawaharlal Nehru University students' union elections.  

In Delhi University, RSS' student outfit ABVP continued its dominance in the DUSU polls, bagging three seats and describing the thumping victory as the "triumph of nationalism", while Congress' NSUI made a comeback, winning the post of Joint Secretary in the results announced today.

ABVP's Amit Tanwar was elected the new president of Delhi University Students' Union (DUSU), defeating NSUI candidate Nikhil Yadav by  a margin of 4,680 votes.

Priyanka and Ankit Singh of ABVP have been elected as vice president and secretary respectively.

NSUI candidate Mohit Garid won the contest for the Joint Secretary's post, preventing an ABVP hat-trick. The RSS' student body had bagged 

all the four seats in the DUSU polls last year as well as in 2014. Agencies

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