New Delhi: After the long wait in Haryana, the BJP government made a announcement of the student union elections in a step that will bring back the political activity in educational institutions two decades. But it’s still not clear when the election will take place. Today, Haryana’s education minister Ram Bilas Sharma issued a statement regarding the student union elections. He said that the student union elections will be held around October 15. Education Minister said that on the recommendation of Professor Tankeshwar committee elections will be made only in those colleges, which have been started in or before 2016-17.
The statement of the Haryana’s Education Minister didn’t go well with INSO national president, Digvijay Chautala,As Targeting BJP today he said that “Indirect election will open the door for horse trading”.
Addressing the press conference in Delhi, Digvijay Chautala said,
“In August INSO have declared on 5th August that if government doesn’t approves their demands they will agitate. After listening to Haryana’s education minister comment I’m shocked and wanted to know that government is fulfilling who’s demand? 17-20 student organizations including NSUI and AISA never wanted indirect Elections. Today’s education minister comment clearly says they want to make ABVP and RSS to boss these universities.”
He further said, “On 4th October 11 AM we’l meet again. We’l take a big step. We are not happy with the government’s decision. The government have fulfilled only ABVP & RSS needs and horse trading. We don’t want any biased election. If it will be biased election. We have a direct fight with Haryana’s CM khattar. Student democracy should be Unbiased.”