Wednesday, 19 July 2017

India will get New President by today evening

Counting of votes will be done in the Parliament House, in which the votes cast in the Parliament House will be counted first, after which the votes of the ballots from the states will be counted.The country will get its new president by 5 PM today. The swearing-in ceremony will however be held on July 25.

New Delhi: Who will be the next president of the country? Ramnath Kovind or Meera Kumar, it will be decided by 5 PM tomorrow. The votes of the Presidential election will start from 11 a.m. and the results will be around by 5 o'clock. Counting of votes will be done in the Parliament House, in which the votes cast in the Parliament House will be counted first, after which the votes of the ballots from the states will be counted. According to data, the victory of NDA candidate Ramnath Kovind is being presumed. The new president will take oath on July 25.


Pattern of Counting of Ballots
• Voting was held on July 17 in the Legislative Assembly of the Legislative Assembly and states and now all the ballots have been moved from the entire Parliament to the Parliament House Complex. If counting of votes starts on Thursday, then the first ballot box will be opened in which Parliament voted in the house. After that the votes of the ballots from the states will be counted.
• In Parliament House there are 4 tables for counting votes, i.e. votes will be counted together at 4 places.
• There are a total of 1.5 million votes for the presidential election and the 8 rounds will be counted.
• It is important to get one vote more than half of the total votes to be elected president.
• Every voter (MP and MLA) has to give more than one choice in this election. i.e., the first choice, the second choice,  etc.
• The first choice of voters is added at the time of counting. Then the next round of votes begins to count, in which the voter’s  second, the third choice is counted.

There is no whip in the presidential election and therefore MPs and MLAs can vote for any candidate. Given the total number of MPs and MLAs that the NDA have, NDA candidate Ramnath Kovind will get more than seven lakh votes and he should not have any problem in winning.


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