The National Students Union of India (NSUI) in Gujarat on Monday burns effigy of BJP Government in front of Assembly building
The students were opposing the mismanagement of the BJP government which has been ruling Gujarat for over two and a half decades
Frustrated over this and accusing BJP state government in Gujarat NSUI burnt an effigy of the BJP government in Gujarat in front of the state Assembly building, opposing the repeated exam paper leaks in the state.
The Gandhinagar police have detained five NSUI students in connection with the case.
The students were opposing the mismanagement of the BJP government which has been ruling Gujarat for over two and a half decades.
“Thousands of NSUI students had gathered here in Gandhinagar, opposing the failed BJP government. Many of our leaders came here at the state Assembly building entrance and burnt an effigy of this failed government. One after another exam papers are being leaked in the state, ruining years of preparations of hard working students and no action has been taken against it,” said Vishwanathsinh Vaghela, state president of NSUI.
On Sunday, the test paper for class 3 forest guards exam was leaked and the incident occurred at Sarvodaya Vidyalaya at Unava in Mehsana district.
A case was registered by the Mehsana police against eight persons in connection with this matter.
During 2020 elections National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) won six of eight seats in the senate in the Gujarat University Students’ Union elections.
In Gujarat where almost 3 decades of Gujarat rule student elections, after more than four years, saw the BJP-backed Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) could won two seats.