Polling to elect the following Vice President of India is underway on Saturday and Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the primary to forged his vote within the Parliament Home.
NEW DELHI: Polling to elect the following Vice President of India is underway on Saturday and Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the primary to forged his vote within the Parliament Home.
“Voted in the 2022 Vice President election,” Prime Minister Modi tweeted after casting the vote.
The voting, which started at 10 am, will conclude at 5 pm After counting of votes within the night, the following Vice President will likely be elected.
The Vice President will take the oath of workplace on August 11, because the time period of the incumbent Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu ends on August 10.
In the meantime, India’s second largest Opposition social gathering after the Congress, the Trinamool Congress had determined to abstain from the voting, saying it ‘not been consulted’ on Margaret Alva’s candidature.
Opposition candidate Alva is contesting in opposition to NDA’s candidate and former West Bengal governor Jagdeep Dhankhar within the polls.
NDA candidate Dhankhar has the help from regional events just like the Janata Dal (United), YSRCP, BSP and Shiv Sena, and is about for a straightforward win whereas opposition candidate Alva is being supported by Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Jharkhand Mukti Morcha ( JMM) and Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS).
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