MLSU Administration Choose to 'Keep-Finger-on-the-Lips' over University Election Chaos

MLSU Administration Choose to 'Keep-Finger-on-the-Lips' over University Election Chaos

On the very next day of the call for University Bandh that was announced by the Chatra Sangarsh Samiti (CSS), today the University administration said that the Court is the final decision maker regarding the issue of allegedly forged election.

 
MLSU Administration Choose to 'Keep-Finger-on-the-Lips' over University Election Chaos

On the very next day of the call for University Bandh that was announced by the Chatra Sangarsh Samiti (CSS), today the University administration said that the Court is the final decision maker regarding the issue of allegedly forged election.

“We have given an application to the grievance committee regarding the verification of the rejected votes. If University rejects our proposal, then we will appeal to the high court”, said Surya Prakash Suhalka, Co-Ordinator, CSS.

“The court will give the final verdict; university is no more involved in this decision as soon as the elections are over. The demands and complaints of the CSS will be evaluated and entertained by the court only”, said I.V Trivedi, Vice Chancellor, MLSU.

L.N Mantri, registrar of Mohan Lal Sukhadia University, seems to be not much interested in the troubled Post-University election chaos and decided to keep away from the media and restrained from any statement regarding the chaos.

He told UT, “I don’t owe you any explanation! My personal issues are more important right now than the useless matter of student politics.”

When UT correspondent said that, he is directed to him by Vice Chancellor, Mantri said “I don’t care and also don’t want to know who has directed you.”

Pankaj Borana, the newly elected MLSU president said, “We have been losing in the president polls since 2001, but every time we accepted our defeat peacefully and focused on the upcoming elections. Now, when CSS has lost the president’s seat they are not able to digest their defeat”.

Borana confidently said “Students of the University have elected a deserving candidate. Bandh is not a solution; on the contrary it’s a big loss to the students. We should carry on with educational and student activities now.”

“If the protestors have any grievances, they should go to the court and not interfere in the University matter”, stated Pankaj.

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