DUSU elections 2010 Results: ABVP victorious ( Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi parishad )

On the 3rd of September, India’s prime university Delhi University held its annual elections to select the new Students President.
The president post of DUSU was bagged by Jitendra Choudhry and along with him the vice president elected was Priya Dabas and Neetu Dabas won the seat of the General Secretary of the prestigious students body. All three of them were ABVP candidates and from NSUI only Akshay Kumar won the seat of Joint Secretary
The students of 51 colleges under Delhi University casted their votes. The turn out this year was reported just 35% as compared to 42% last year.
The reasons being stated that this time all the print posters, campaigns were banned by the Lyngdoh committee and only hand made posters were allowed at certain places. Many students were not even aware of the leaders to be elected from. Though they used the virtual media, i.e internet, blogs etc sort of an online campaign but still the students were not well aware, Specially the freshers who just joined the freshman year.
DU students did not only elect the DUSU panel but also their college union. A total of 943 Electronic Voting machines were used all over DU.
For the college level elections, 111 booths were set up and for the DUSU elections 130 booths were set up.To ensure fair process 15-20 police officers were stationed at the college polling booths and under the CCTV surveillance.
The main parties that contested for the elections included the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), National Students Union of India (NSUI), All India Students Federation (AISF), All India Students Association (AISA), Indian National Students Organization (INSO) and the Students Federation of India (SFI).
The candidates competing for the post of DUSU president included Aparajitha Raja of AISF, Shweta Raj of AISA, Jitender Choudhary of ABVP, Harish Choudhary of NSUI, Sachin Kumar Dalal of INSO and Sunand of SFI.
ABVP came out victorious out of all. With a new fervor the panel is all set to operate in Delhi University for making the varsity a place for students to express freely and guide and guard them.