Presidential Election Result: Who will be elected the next President of India? The curtain will be raised from this question today. The counting of votes in the presidential election held on July 18 will be done and the results are likely to be announced by evening. All the preparations for the counting of votes have been completed. Counting of votes will be done in the Parliament House. Counting of votes will be done in room number 63. Voting was also held in the same room. Ballot boxes from all the state assemblies have arrived for the counting of votes. Counting of votes will start at 11 am.
Counting of votes will be done in this way
According to the information received from the sources, first of all the votes cast in the Parliament House (Sanad Bhavan) will be counted. A total of 730 votes were cast in the Parliament House. After the counting of these votes, the counting of votes lying in the states will start. For this, the ballot boxes of 10 states will be taken out in turn in alphabetical order. For example, the first 10 states will include states like Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Gujarat, Haryana, Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand.
Draupadi Murmu to be elected
BJP MP, Rajkumar Chahar said that the victory of NDA’s candidate Draupadi Murmu is considered certain as the figures are in favor. Opposing candidate Yashwant Sinha’s chances are further reduced because there have also been reports of cross voting in favor of Draupadi Murmu from different states. BJP sources watching Murmu’s election campaign claim that Murmu will get at least 65 percent of the votes, so his victory is certain.
Most votes from UP
This time there are a total of 4809 voters in the electoral roll in the presidential election. Of these, 776 are MPs and 4033 are MLAs. The value of one vote of MPs is 700 whereas the value of one vote of MLAs varies from state to state. The maximum value of one vote of MLAs is 208 in Uttar Pradesh while the lowest 7 is in Sikkim.