Students vandalized outside Vice Chancellor's secretariat in RU
ABVP bid - Government to extend the date of student union elections
Demonstration demanding extension of date of the election. At the same time, NSUI officials got entangled with the police.
With the announcement of the student union election in Rajasthan, the excitement of the student union election in Rajasthan University has intensified. On Thursday, the ABVP staged a sit-in outside the Vice-Chancellor's Secretariat demanding an extension of the date of the student union elections. During this, when the Vice-Chancellor did not come to meet the students of ABVP. So the angry students broke the glasses on the Vice Chancellor's Secretariat gate.
At the same time, NSUI took out a protest rally on the university campus, angry with the working style of the police administration. During this, the workers of ABVP and NSUI came face to face. After which the police team reached the spot and got the matter pacified.
The students of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad staged a sit-in outside the Vice-Chancellor's Secretariat, demanding an extension of the date of the student union elections. During this, when the Vice Chancellor did not reach among the students for 1 hour. So the students forcibly tried to enter the secretariat. Due to this, the glass on the gate of the Vice Chancellor's Secretariat was broken. After the increasing dispute among the students, the police team reached the spot and pacified the matter after persuading them.
Even after this, when the Vice Chancellor did not come out. So the protesting students recited Hanuman Chalisa and filled the air with balloons and sent a letter to God for the good wisdom of the Vice Chancellor. At the same time, tonight the students of ABVP will try to wake up the Vice-Chancellor by playing a plate.
ABVP's provincial organization minister Arjun Tiwari said that the government announced the student union elections without any preparation. Whereas 60% of the students have not even gotten admission. Because of this, only 20% of the students will be able to take part in this election. In such a situation, our protest will continue till the government does not extend the date of the student union elections.
At Rajasthan University, the police confiscated the vehicles of 5 NSUI officials at the main gate itself. Angered by this, the NSUI workers came to protest outside the Vice-Chancellor's Secretariat. Where ABVP workers were already sitting on dharna. In such a situation, the police stopped the NSUI workers 50 meters from the Vice Chancellor's Secretariat. Angered by this, the NSUI workers started shouting slogans as soon as they sat on the road. At the same time, ABVP workers also responded with sloganeering of NSUI. In such a situation, after the increasing opposition of both the organizations, the police team reached the spot, and on persuasion, the matter was pacified.