Vadodara ABVP aggressively protest against the Senate elections and create ruckus at the head office on Friday
Burn notification copies and demand cancellation of election
Vadodara ABVP aggressively protest against the Senate elections and create ruckus at the head office on Friday. They burn notifications and also engaged in heated arguments with the vigilance team. The students raised doubt over the investigation in recruitment scam and demand not to held elections till a decision came in the matter.
On Friday the students supporting the ABVP reached the head office and aggressively protest against the Senate elections going to be held in the month of December. They forced open the main gate of the head office and later tried to broke the lock of the closed gate inside the premises. They also engaged in heated arguments with the university vigilance team when they tried to stop them.
The students also burn the notification copies and shouted slogans against be university authorities. "We are protesting against the senate elections and demand to cancel it till a decision came in the recruitment matter. The term ends in February next year and elections in December is organised as part of conspiracy. We burn the notifications and demand cancellation of Senate election," said Nishit Varia leaded ABVP.
University registrar termed this type of violent protest not good and tarnish the image of the university. "There is a way for representation and we always heard the students. However this type of behavior where they damage the infrastructure is unacceptable and damage the image of educational institute. It also hurt the staff as well their own colleagues. The Senate elections are held under statutory provisions and a decision for their demand will be taken by the authorities," said Dr. K.M. Chudasama Registrar MSU Vadodara.
The student outfit and many syndicate members made serious allegations against MSU officials claimed irregularities in appointment process.
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