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ABVP activists protested for the demand to fill vacant posts in college

ABVP activists protested for the demand to fill vacant posts in college
Written by Pallavi Parmar

ABVP organised a rally in front of the college on Monday for demanding the removal of problems and vacant posts in local Govani Government College. Yesterday, the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad has organised a rally and submitted a memorandum to the SDM. The ABVP workers who have marked their presence in the rally said that the council had repeatedly demanded the vacant positions in the college but not taking care of it. The workers of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad organised protest and attacking speech by the activists and supporters of the college party which is affiliated with BJP. The All India Students Council of the All India Vidyarthi Parishad affiliated to the BJP workers are demanding the removal of other problems including the filling vacancies of the local GK Govani PG College.

In the rally, workers have organised expressed resentment against the government. In the program, the ABVP Town Council Minister Kansingh Rajpurohit, Students Union President Hitesh Mali, Joint Secretary Ashish Bafna, student leader Rahul Vyas, Mohan Devasi, Ankit Dua, Arjun Prajapat, Nareshkumar, Dinesh Devasi, Jayesh Trivedi, Ramesh, Dhanaram, Vikram Soni, Shravan Devasi and Mahipal Singh and others were presented. Also, a large number of students were gathered at the College main entrance. During the rally, the students have shouted the slogans in support of the withdrawal on the demands of the CM name and they assigned a memorandum to SDM.

The Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad activists took out the protest from the left of the college and reached to the sub-divisional office. In the rally activists also raised anti-government slogans. Later on, the activists reached the SDM office. The rally for demanding the removal of difficulties and vacant posts problems, activists continued sloganeering for an hour. Also, they handed over the memorandum to Chief Minister, Higher Education Minister, in-charge minister, in-charge secretary and sub-divisional officer Daulat Ram in the name of the directive of the Higher Education Department.

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Pallavi Parmar

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