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DUSU president used ‘fake’ marksheet for admission, says NSUI

DUSU president used ‘fake’ marksheet for admission, says NSUI

Delhi University Students’ Union vice-president Abhi Dahiya addresses a press conference in New Delhi on Wednesday. PTI



Tribune News Service

New Delhi, July 10

The National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) on Wednesday accused Delhi University Students’ Union (DUSU) president Tushar Dedha of the ABVP of allegedly possessing a fake Class XII certificate.

The NSUI also highlighted irregularities and favouritism in Delhi University’s recruitment process, calling for immediate investigations and strict actions against those involved.

“This revelation is a clear indication of the deep-rooted corruption within ABVP and their disregard for academic integrity. We demand swift justice and accountability,” said Akshay Lakra, national secretary of the NSUI.

Rocky Tusheed, another NSUI national secretary and former DUSU president, emphasised, “Such fraudulent activities cannot be tolerated. We stand firm in our commitment to expose and rectify these wrongdoings for the betterment of our university.”

Abhi Dahiya, vice-president of DUSU, added, “The students of Delhi University deserve leaders who uphold the highest standards of honesty and transparency. This scandal is a betrayal of the trust placed in the student body. The university should ban ABVP from participating in the upcoming DUSU elections to maintain the integrity of the electoral process.”

There was no immediate response from Dedha, however, he had earlier denied any wrongdoing in his marksheet. On Tuesday, he filed a police complaint against the NSUI and some of its members including Dahiya, NSUI national president Varun Choudhary and Congress' Rohtak MP Deepender Hooda for making “false” and “misleading” claims about this marksheet.

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