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BJP youth wing to launch campaign seeking relaxation for city students

Delhi BJP president Vijay Goel on Sunday announced that the youth wing of the party — Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) will spearhead a campaign seeking four per cent relaxation in cut-off marks for Delhi-based students in Delhi University.
The party has dropped enough hints at making the issue a major poll plank in the upcoming Delhi assembly elections to garner youth support.

‘Only less than 30 per cent seats in undergraduate courses of Delhi University have gone to students who pursued their Class XII from Delhi.

There is a huge gap in number of students passing out Class XII and the number of seats available for them hence most of them are left in a lurch,’ Goel said while addressing BJYM workers of BJYM on Sunday.

He said the party workers would organise meetings with DU aspirants who were denied admission. ‘The workers will gherao Delhi Chief Minister to press for their demand.
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