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DUSU Election Results 2017: Congress’ NSUI wins 2 out of 4 seats including that of President

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Congress student wing National Students Union of India (NSUI) has won the posts of President and Vice-President. BJP’s student wing Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) has won the post of Secretary. Re-counting is on for the post of joint secretary. According to PTI, ABVP has won the jt-secy post. Last year, ABVP had won the post of president, vice president, and secretary. NSUI candidate was elected to the post of joint secretary.Rocky Tuseed of NSUI winning the post of president is being seen as a major setback for ABVP as it was hopeful of retaining this position. NSUI has won the post of president after four years. Students’ outfits had contested for a total of four positions: President, Vice-President, Secretary and Joint Secretary. A total of 43% voter turnout was recorded. Here are the total number of candidates who were in the fray: 24 Presidential candidates; 10 Vice-Presidential candidates; 5 Secretary candidates; 5 Joint Secretary candidates.NSUI’s Rocky Tusheed won the president’s post by a margin of 1,590 votes, while the party’s Kunal Sehrawat defeated the ABVP candidate by 175 votes. ABVP’s Mahamedha Nagar defeated NSUI’s Minakshi Meena by 2,624 votes to win the post of secretaryLive updates: 3:35 PMCongress VP Rahul Gandhi congratulates NSUI for winning in DU. 3:00 PM2:00PM 1:18 PMClose contest in Delhi University Students’ Union. ABVP is leading on Vice President and Secretary posts; NSUI is ahead on President and Joint Secretary posts.1:02 PMThe main contestants for the DUSU presidential post are ABVP’s Rajat Choudhary, NSUI’s Rocky Tusheed, AISA’s Parul Chauha, independent candidates Raja Choudury and Alka.Earlier, the Delhi High Court gave a go-ahead to the Delhi University to declare the results on Tuesday for the post of President in the Delhi University Students Union (DUSU) election. The court’s order came on a plea by the University seeking modification of its September 8 interim order by which it had allowed National Students Union of India (NSUI) presidential candidate Rocky Tuseed to contest the election but directed the varsity not to declare the results for the post of the President. ABVP candidates: President candidate – Rajjat Chaudhary, VP – Parth Rana, Secretary – Mahamedhaa Nagar, Jt. Sec. – Uma Shankar. NSUI candidates: President – Rocky Tuseed, Vice President – Kunal Sehrawat, Secretary – Minakshi Meena, Jt. Sec. – Avinash Yadav. AISA candidates: President – Parul Chauhan, Vice President – Aditya , Secretary – Jaishree , Jt. Sec. – Akash Gupta

Rocky Yadav case timeline: From a power-drunk son to a prisoner for life

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>On May 7, 2016, a promising life was snuffed out in Bihar’s Gaya. In a country where 17 people die every hour in road accidents, nobody could have thought that Aditya Sachdeva will get justice.To make matter worse, it was not only a case of murder on road but also involved a power-drunk son of ruling JD(U) leader.Everything was done to make sure that Rocky Yadav, the trigger-happy, gun-totting, son was saved.Evidences were destroyed, victim’s family was intimidated.But after nearly 500 days of trials and tribulations, Chand and Shyam Sachdeva have peace of mind that their son’s killers are behind bars.It won’t be an exaggeration if it is said that this was the ‘Jessica Lal’ moment for Gaya.Just like that case, Rocky Yadav’s family and battery of lawyers tried to establish that nobody killed Aditya Sachdeva.But now we know who killed the class 12 student.Here’s a brief timeline of the case:May 7, 2016: Rocky Yadav opens fire at Aditya Sachdeva around 8 pm after the teen overtook his car in Gaya. Sachdeva and his friends , who were returning from a birthday party tried to escape from the spot. But Rocky and his guard attacked them and beat them up. Rocky Yadav shot at the car to teach Sachdeva a lesson. The bullet hit victim’s head. He was declared brought dead at the nearby ANMC hospital.May 10: Rocky Yadav fled the scene and took shelter at his father’s factory in Bodh Gaya. After 48 hours, the police identifies the accused and arrests Rocky Yadav. He is found in the factory near Bodh Gaya, 25 km from Gaya town, with his Rs 10 lakh pistol. The 24-year-old is sent to a 14 day judicial custody. His mother Manorama Devi is suspended from the JD(U).June 10: A month later, Gaya police files chargesheet against Rocky, his cousin Teni and his bodyguard. Rocky’s father Bindi Yadav is also named in the chargesheet.October 19: Rocky Yadav gets bail from the Patna High Court. The bail sparks massive outrage in Bihar. People accuse Chief Minister Nitish Kumar of protecting a murderer.October 21: After intense media coverage and pressure from Opposition and people, Bihar government challenges the bail in the Supreme Court.October 28: The top court cancels Rocky Yadav’s bail and sets a deadline of September 5, 2017 for the trial to be completed.August 31, 2017: Rocky Yadav is convicted by the Gaya court, week before the Supreme Court’s deadline. While Rocky Yadav is found guilty under sections 302 (murder), 323 (voluntarily causing hurt), 427 (mischief causing damage) and section 27 of the Arms Act, his father Bindi Yadav was convicted under section 212 (harbouring offender) and 177 (furnishing false information) of the IPC.September 5, 2017: On the last day of the top court’s deadline, the Gaya court sentences Rocky Yadav for life imprisonment. Manorama Devi’s husband Bindeshwari Prasad alias Bindi Yadav, an RJD leader known for money and muscle power, was sentenced to five years’ imprisonment for sheltering their son who was on the run after the killing. The other two awarded life imprisonement by additional district judge-1 Sachidanand Singh are Manorama Devi’s bodyguard Rajesh Kumar and Rocky Yadav’s cousin Teni Yadav.(With PTI inputs)

Bihar road rage case: Rocky Yadav gets life sentence, father Bindi Yadav gets 5 years in jail

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Suspended Janata Dal (United) (JD(U)) leader Manorama Devi’s son Rocky Yadav, and two others have been sentenced for life in prison at the Gaya court in Bihar in connection with a road rage case.On August 31, Rocky Yadav and three others were pronounced guilty by a sessions court here in regards to the case. Aditya Sachdeva and three of his friends were returning home when they overtook an SUV being driven by Rocky. Both groups indulged in a verbal altercation, following which Rocky pulled out his Beretta pistol and shot at the car’s rear windshield where Aditya was seated. He was fatally wounded and died at a local hospital.Following a public uproar over reports of the police dilly-dallying the investigation and the government going “soft” on the accused, the state government put the case on speedy trial and the chargesheet was filed within a month of the incident. On March 6, the Supreme Court denied to vacate its order of cancelling the bail of Rocky Yadav in the case.
ALSO READ Rocky Yadav convicted for road rage murderThe apex court, earlier in October last year, stayed the bail granted by the Patna High Court to Yadav, who is the main accused in the killing of Aditya Sachdeva in a road rage case in Gaya on May 7.Rocky Yadav was arrested on May 12, 2016 from his father’s farm in Bodh Gaya.Rocky’s parents, accused of sheltering him while he was on the run after the murder, were recently granted bail.

Rocky Yadav convicted for road rage murder

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A local court in Bihar convicted Rakesh Ranjan alias Rocky Yadav, son of former JD(U) MLC Manorama Devi, of the murder of a 19-year-old in a road rage case 15 months ago, a crime that had sparked widespread outrage. The state’s ruling party had suspended Manorama after the crime. The quantum of punishment will be pronounced on September 6.The court also convicted Rocky’s criminal-turned-politician father Bindi Yadav and two others for their role in the murder of Aditya Sachdeva who had been shot dead for allegedly overtaking their SUV in the state’s Gaya district on May 7 last year. Bindi was also an influential businessman.The two others convicted by Gaya’s Additional District And Sessions Judge (ADJ) Sachchidanand Singh include Rocky’s cousin Teni Yadav and Manorama’s bodyguard Rajesh Kumar.Aditya’s parents, who ran from pillar to post seeking justice for their murdered son, said that the law had finally taken its course. “We thank the judiciary. Now we want the maximum punishment to my son’s murderers,” Aditya’s mother Chand Sachdeva said. Aditya and three of his friends were returning home when they overtook an SUV being driven by Rocky. Both groups indulged in a verbal altercation, following which Rocky pulled out his Beretta pistol and shot at the car’s rear windshield where Aditya was seated. He was fatally wounded and died at a local hospital.Following a public uproar over reports of the police dilly-dallying the investigation and the government going “soft” on the accused, the state government put the case on speedy trial and the chargesheet was filed within a month of the incident.

New dog squad to assist CISF personnel at IG international airport

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Indira Gandhi International Airport’s (IGIA) city-side security is now in the able paws of Rocky, Maggi, Janu, Hero, and John. These five Cocker Spaniels are part of the newly formed dog squad, especially dedicated to strengthen the security at the forecourt and to keep a stricter vigil on the city side of the Delhi’s hypersensitive airport.The squad, which is owned by the Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), will assist the Central Industry Security Force (CISF), which handles the airport security. The measure was taken after receiving several complaints regarding the loopholes in the city-side security.These dogs are being used by the personnel of DIAL’s security force Raxa, which maintains security at forecourt, parking lots, city-side, and cargo terminals. Raxa basically assists the CISF and the Delhi Police in keeping a watch.Constituted in March, 2017, the five-membered squad consists of three males (Rocky, John, and Hero) and two females (Maggi and Janu). Officials said that all the canines are nine months old and arrived at the Delhi airport after completing a four-month rigorous training course at the Andhra Pradesh Police Academy in Hyderabad. Officials said five more trained dogs are expected to arrive soon.”These dogs would be an additional layer to the existing security system. We especially chose Cocker Spaniel as this breed is known to be very efficient at sniffing out suspicious items. At the same time, they are not ferocious and are very friendly with the public. As airport is a crowded place, we did not want the passengers to be scared of dogs. Cocker Spaniels are smart, quiet, and friendly. With their induction, we have a stronger hand when it comes to maintaining the vigil,” an officer said. Officials said the dogs are currently patrolling parking lots, multi-level parking building, nakkas and pickets, taxi stands, and other nearby areas.Besides, DIAL also has its own Bomb Detection Squad, being taken care of by the Raxa personnel. “We have advanced equipment to detect explosives, and our personnel in different teams keep patrolling the areas outside the terminal building. Since the airport is a huge area, we work in shifts, and round-the-clock vigil is maintained. When a threat is located, Raxa personnel immediately rope in the CISF or the Delhi Police, as they are the authorised agencies to take further action in this regard,” an official at the airport said.

"Rocky’s well-wishers want me to carry on his public

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>welfare works through politics,” she said. The equation has turned even murkier this time as the Congress ticket has gone to the SAD MP’s son Davinder Ghubaya. The MP, too, has all but officially switched allegiances. The BJP has fielded Jyani again. Kaur says, “Whosoever remained in power did nothing for the poor of the region. A live example is Akali MP Sher Singh Ghubaya who despite being in power for more than two decades (as MLA or MP) did nothing for the poor, including Rai Sikhs, the community in whose names he bargained for the Congress ticket for his son.” Kaur, a baptised Sikh, explained why she is in politics. “It is the most powerful tool to serve people. Whoever wishes to join it must follow that in letter and spirit,” she said. Interestingly, she tries to draw support in her brother’s name, who was booked, among others, in murder cases. Rocky had been eyeing a life primarily as a politician for some years. During the 2011 floods in Fazilka, he had earned goodwill in the border villages by distributing essentials much before the state government could come to the people’s aid. He would often “resolve disputes” of locals here, and in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, he openly supported Akali nominee Sher Singh Ghubaya, who won. Born in a farming family at Chugian Kesar Singh village, Rocky did his schooling from Fazilka. His tryst with crime, that too within the family, came when he was barely 20, when he got a case registered against his brother, Romi Singh, for firing a shot at their father, Mahinder Singh. Romi was jailed but was later acquitted. Travelling in her Toyota Fortuner with two police bodyguards followed by other vehicles, Kaur connects with the public immediately as she says that “no one has done anything for the area and you can see for yourself”. She is eldest among her siblings. Her brother was “famous in the area for solving the problems from matrimonial issues to property disputes and people used to approach him”. “The authorities did nothing when floods came in the area two years back, my brother distributed sugar and tea to the people of at least 15 villages. Where was the government then,” Kaur asks. Her mother Harminder Kaur and youngest brother Roman Singh, besides other family members and friends, are fully involved in her campaign.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

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