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Left Unity wins 14 out of the 15 councillor seats in JNU

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Students crowd at the JNU Presidential Debate at the JNU campus in New Delhi on wednesday. Express Photo by Tashi Tobgyal New Delhi 090915

The United Left has claimed victory over 14 councilor seats in Jawaharlal Nehru University’s three of the largest schools. The remaining one seat in the combined seats of School of Languages, School of International Studies and School of Social Sciences has been claimed by Democratic Students’ Federation (DSF).

An alliance of All India Students’ Association and the Students’ Federation of India, the Left Unity’s win as reclaimed the dominance of Left groups in JNU. The counting of votes is going at a remarkable pace and the election committee may declare the result on Saturday evening or Sunday morning despite the voter turn out increasing this year. At total of 5,181 votes were polled this election.

Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad, the right winged organisation which had last year won a seat in in SIS for the first time last year, has failed to repeat that performance.

In SSS, the winners are Aishwarya Bhattacharyya, Chetna Trivedi, Jai Prakash Prasad, Sumanta Roy and Upasana Hazarika — all from the AISA-SFI alliance. At SIS, the winners are Duggirala Srikrishna (SFI), Faizal Ahmad Qureshi (SFI), Salonee Sheetal (AISA), Shashi Kant Tripathi (AISA) and Pushpika Sapna Bara (DSF). In SL, the winners are Aditi Chatterjee, Kaushik Raj, Md. Fahad, Mohd. Qasim and Vikas Kumar.