National Students’ Union of India
The National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) is the student wing of the Indian National Congress party, formed on 9 April 1971.
National Presidents of the NSUI
|P R Kumaramangalam||1971–74|
|G. Mohan Gopal||1974–76|
In 2013, the NSUI had several run-ins with police. In November, two members of the NSUI were injured by police as they attempted to submit a memorandum to the district magistrate. In late November, the NSUI filed a complain with the police against Madhu Kishwar, a writer who outed a journalist that had been allegedly sexually assaulted by Tarun Tejpal.
Controversies and attacks
- On 23 June 2011, NSUI members attacked and seriously injured the vice-chancellor of Gujarat Technological University.
- On 8 January 2013, several NSUI members hurled stoned at the RSS office in Rambagh area in Indore resulting into police arresting 7 of NSUI members.
- NSUI students lathicharged during protest at inspector's office
- NSUI files complaint against Kishwar for tweeting survivor’s name in Tejpal case
- NSUI “politicizing” the atmosphere of KU
- "To ‘solve’ their problems, NSUI assaults Gujarat Technological University V-C". DNA. 23 June 2011. Retrieved 2 May 2014.
- "Seven NSUI workers held after attack on RSS office in Indore". Business Standard. PTI. 9 January 2013. Retrieved 2 May 2014.
- National Students' Union of India official site
- Official All India Congress Committee website
- Official Indian National Congress website