I am an ex student of JNU - when I was in JNU in the 1990s, I used to vote mainly for the SFI but for the AISA on some posts. SFI was the larger organisation then - and more organised and effective. Since then, i notice that AISA seems to have improved on many fronts. And it does seem that the SFI's volte face in Jnu on so many crucial issues, does have something to do with their defeat at the hands of AISA. That's apparent even from SFI JNU's own resolutions. So I for one am interested in knowing what the AISA has been saying in this whole debate...
In JNU, SFI and AISA do not see eye to eye and are competitors. But Pragoti should be above this competition, and should provide the bird's eye view on an important and interesting debate in a truly vibrant Left intellectual centre - also an important centre of Left student activism.
Would be nice to see some of the write ups of CPI, CPI(ML), TP Chandrsekharan's party RMP, too, on Presidential polls and other issues too. After all, they are very much part of the ongoing debate on the Left.
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