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Rajasthan University elections


1. In RU, Rajesh Meena of ABVP was elected president while NSUI candidates were elected as general secretary, vice president and joint secretary. Meena defeated NSUI candidate Vidhyadhar Meel in a neck and neck fight. While Meena got 3,453 votes, Meel got 2,947 votes. Rebel candidates of NSUI including Chandrashekhar and Amit Kumar, who got 1,428 and 1,700 respectively, dented the prospects of NSUI candidate. This will be the second term for ABVP in RU since elections resumed in the state in 2010. Last year, Independent candidate Prabha Choudhry had surprised the ABVP by defeating its presidential candidate in RU. For the post of general secretary, Lalit Kumar of NSUI was declared elected with 2,769 votes, defeating Mukesh Sharma of ABVP who got 1,511 votes. For the post of vice president, Neha Singh of NSUI got elected as she got 4,172 votes defeating Neelam Rathore of ABVP who got 2,
,690 votes. For joint secretary,
, again NSUI clinched victory as its candidate Rajendra Chaudhary got 2,777 votes defeating Jay Kumar who got 2,710 votes. In Maharaj Ganga Singh University in Bikaner, independent candidate Manohar Singh scored over NSUI and ABVP. The ABVP candidates have won in Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati University, Ajmer as well as at Mohan Lal Sukhadiya University, Udaipur. Minor scuffles, stone pelting,
, mild use of force and massive victory rallies marked the students union elections in the state since morning. Noisy scenes were witnessed outside the Rajasthan College when Sonu Ram Meena was declared elected as president by over seven votes. His rival Abimanu Punia could not accept his defeat which triggered tension. Punia’s supporters shouted slogans against the police and college administration and accused them of favoritism. His supporters sat outside the college gate demanding re counting. In fact, the holiday mood due to Sunday and Monday’s Eid ul Fitr could not dampen the spirit of students as over 55% of polling was recorded in the city. Leading the pack was Rajasthan College with 71% and Law College with 59% voting,
, while Commerce College recorded 44. 05% voting. The biggest disappointment was at Maharani’s College with only 30. 8% girls coming out for voting. In Maharaja’s college it was 67. 56%. The turnout could have gone beyond 60% if the polling day is not followed by Sunday and a national holiday as many students have left for their respective places to enjoy their three day off from classes. The voting for the students’ union started at a strikingly low note at 8 am. For next two hours, during the initial phase, the voter turnout did not touch even the double digit mark. The situation was particularly bad at various departments within the RU campus, which wore a deserted look for most of the day. Jotform dropbox forms offers a quick, simple and free way to link to or embed a form that allows users to send files directly to your dropbox account. About usAdvertise with usTerms of Use and Grievance Redressal PolicyPrivacy policyFeedbackLiving and entertainment. .