Following JNUSU elections victory, Leftist goons attack ABVP students, many hurt

It seems there is no end to the Left-wing violence in the Jawaharlal Nehru University, as new reports have emerged that the Left-wing students have allegedly entered the hostel rooms of the ABVP students and has unleashed violence against the members of ABVP.

The Left-wing violence started from the day of elections and continued till the declaration of results. The united-left had resorted to the violence against the RSS student body after the former was allegedly caught in the middle of indulging a vote fraud.

As per the DU Professor and JNU Alumni Abhinav Prakash, the left-wing students has yet again attacked the ABVP students by entering their hostel rooms. A student named Sujal Yadav was thrashed by the left-wing goons led by JNUSU outgoing president Geeta Kumari and other 15 people and broke his arm by dragging him out from his hostel room.

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Ankit Singh, another AISA worker has also been alleged to have been the mastermind behind the attacks on the non-left students. According to Prakash, Ankit Singh led a mob of left-wing students and attacked two students Mukul and Rajeshwarkant.

 

In another incident, girls from ABVP were allegedly chased down with sharp objects by the United-left supporters after the former complained about vote-fraud by the left.

 

Shocking videos have emerged today that new wave of violence has been unleashed by the left-wing at the early hours, as a differently-abled ABVP member named Sushil was brutally attacked by the communist goons.

 

Saurabh Sharma, former Joint-Secretary of JNUSU in a Facebook post has put up images of the horrors suffered by the ABVP students in the JNU campus after the elections. Saurabh Sharma alleged that the left-wing students entered the hostel rooms with Iron rods and has hit the ABVP students.

 

We had earlier reported that how ABVP members had been attacked by the left-wing students on the counting day of the JNUSU elections. Reportedly, the United-left had stormed into the Election Commission and had indulged in the vote-fraud. The ABVP had objected to this vote fraud and ended up at the receiving end of the Communist violence.

The elections to the office bearers of the JNUSU was held on Friday, and results were announced yesterday. The United-left, amidst allegation of vote-fraud, won all the four seats of President, Vice-President, Secretary and Joint Secretary by defeating its closest rival ABVP.

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