Leftist student won PU election; crushing ideology of RSS backed VC

Leftist student won PU election; crushing ideology of RSS backed VC

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In a surprise development a student with leftist ideology, Students for Society (SFS) won Punjab University Campus Student’s Council (PUCSC) defeating the ideology of RSS backed head of the Punjab University Prof. Raj Kumar.

Kanupriya, 22 was elected the first women president of Punjab University Campus Student’s Council (PUCSC) of leftist ideology defeating Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarathi Parishad (ABVP) Ashish Rana by 719 votes.

Leftist student won PU election; crushing ideology of RSS backed VC

This is the first win for the SFS, which was formed in the year 2010 with leftist ideology. Within a short span of entering in student’s election in 2014, for the first time, they changed the scenario. They managed to outdo various well-established students’ wings of national level political parties.

It’s a setback for all the regional, national level political parties, student’s wings. The election of Kanupriya with left ideology has shaken the spirit of right-wing parties their think tank as next year in 2019 Parliament Elections is scheduled.

Kanupriya born to business Pawan Kumar and nurse Chandar Sudha Rani at Tarn Taran district. Kanupriya studied at Sacred Heart Convent School Tarn Taran. She joined Zoology department at Panjab University in 2014 and currently pursuing MSc (Second Year). She is a keen photographer, who embodies the beliefs of Martin Luther King and Bhagat Singh, Kanupriya joined Students For Society (SFS) in 2015 and rose through the ranks to be fielded as the presidential candidates three years on.

Leftist student won PU election; crushing ideology of RSS backed VC (Photo courtesy Internet)

LEFTIST IDEOLOGY is concerned with communism and equality. Leftists do not support capitalistic ventures and put forward the idea of socialism and communism that involves egalitarianism and equality among citizens whether that is economical or social. Parties like the Communist Party of India    (CPI ) form the major leftist segment on India.