elections to choose next vice president of India will be held today, in Which NDA candidate Jagdeep Dhankar is expected to sail through with Bharatiya Janata support lonliness. Looks like Margaret Alpha opposition set to be so far away second.
Here are 10 updates on this is big story:
Vice President elections will be held in Parliament from 10 am to 5 pm today and results Possibly later in Evening.
Jagdeep Dhankhar – best a favour for for him role Such as former Governor Governor of Bengal – You can expect 527 votesfar higher from 372 required to me win. Altogether it can reach 70 percent of The total votes2 more From M Venkaiah Naidu he received.
The electoral college comprises 780 deputies – 543 deputies in lok sabha and 245 in Rajya Sabha. Leave the eight vacant seats aside in Parliament and 36 deputies of Trinamool Congress, which decided to abstain from voting, is expected to 744 deputies vote.
The National Democratic Assembly includes 441 deputies, including 394 of Bharatiya Janata Party. Five members appointed are also supporting NDA filter.
Mr. Dhankhar also he have support of Many other non-NDA parties – Naveen Patnaik’s Biju Janata Dal, Jaganmohan Reddyy’s YSR Congress, Mayawati’s Bahujan Samaj Party, Chandrababu Naidu’s Telugu Desam Party, Akali Dal, Eknath Shinde of Chef Sina. Together, they have 81 deputies.
Margaret Alpha can expect 26 percent votes (about 200). she has support of Congress, MK Stalin DMK, Rashtriya Janata Dal led by Lalu Yadav, National Congress Party led by Sharad Pawar, Samajwadi Party led by Akhilesh Yadav and Left Parties.
Besides, Jharkhand Mukti Morcha, Telangana Rashtra Smithi, Adham Public Party and the Nine MPs of Shiv Sena faction Uddhav Thackeray Hmm supporting Mrs. Alpha
In the last In the elections, opposition candidate Gopalkrishna Gandhi received 32 percent votes.
On Friday, Mr. Dhankhar attended the meeting with BJP MPs in Delhi, where a mock vote was taken.
under system of Relative representation by one convertible votethe voter must select the preferences against Names of candidates.