Delhi Cong forms panel to aid NSUI in DU polls

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Delhi Cong forms panel to aid NSUI in DU polls

Wednesday, 20 September 2023 | Staff Reporter | New Delhi

The Delhi Congress has formed a panel of its leaders who are also former members of the NSUI to help the students' group during the Delhi University Students' Union elections. 

Five Delhi Congress leaders are part of the committee - former DUSU president Amit Malik, former president of NSUI (North Campus) Anil Bhardwaj, former presidents of NSUI (Delhi) Kamal Kant Sharma and Neeraj Basoya and former NSUI and Delhi Youth Congress president Amit Malik, the Congress leader said.

 "Even though a committee has been formed, the Delhi Congress will not involve itself directly in the DUSU polls. The panel will work as a help desk for the NSUI. If they (NSUI) need any assistance and approach the panel, we will help them out," a senior Delhi Congress leader said.

 Earlier, party's Delhi unit chief Arvinder Singh Lovely had announced that senior Congress leaders will campaign for NSUI candidates in the upcoming Delhi University Students' Union (DUSU) elections. Congress Working Committee member Alka Lamba, the party's former Delhi unit chief Anil Chaudhary and ex-MLAs Nasib Singh and Bisham Sharma will campaign for the National Students' Union of India (NSUI) candidates, Lovely said.

 The party has begun preparations for the DUSU elections at all districts and blocks, and meetings were convened to mobilise support for the NSUI candidates, Delhi Congress said in a statement.

 Announcing the names of 26 campaigners for the DUSU elections, Lovely appealed to Congress workers to make door-to-door visits in their respective areas to ensure support for the NSUI candidates.

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