Delhi High Court lifts ban on JNU's election results

Sep 17 2019 04:50 PM
Delhi High Court lifts ban on JNU's election results

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court has lifted the ban on the result of JNU Students' Union elections. The High Court reprimanded the petitioner and said that after your information, we had stayed the election result, but your information was not correct. The court said that the petitioner or anyone else has any problem, for anything, go to the GRC as per the rules and complain. GRC will hear and decide on your complaint as per the rule.

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At the same time, the JNU Selection Committee has filed a reply saying that the Lyngdoh Committee recommendations have been followed in the student union elections. The petitioner gave wrong information in his petition. There were never 55 counselors in JNU.

Earlier there were 30 councilors in JNU, now this number has been increased to 46. Therefore, the Lyngdoh Committee recommendations were never ignored in elections. The selection committee also told the court that the result of the election is in a sealed envelope. The trend was revealed, not the result. The winning candidate and the number two candidate decide a thousand votes.

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Let me tell you that it was alleged in the petition that the selection committee has conducted the election of the students' union by disregarding the recommendations of the Lyngdoh Committee. Anshuman Dubey and Anuj Kumar Dwivedi had sought the election of JNUSU under the recommendations of the Lyngdoh Committee.

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