Presidential Election Counting: The counting of votes for the second round of the presidential election is underway. NDA’s candidate Draupadi Murmu has taken a good lead in the second round and she seems to be on her way to a big victory. A total of 1138 votes have been counted so far in the second round, whose value is 1,49,575. In this round, Draupadi Murmu got 809 votes whose value is 1,05,299 and Yashwant Sinha got 329 votes whose value is 44,276.
Rajya Sabha Secretary General P.C. Modi said that after the second round where the ballot papers of the first 10 states were counted, the total valid votes were 1138, with a total value of 1,49,575. Out of this, Draupadi Murmu got 809 votes, whose value was 1,05,299 and Yashwant Sinha got 329 votes, whose value was 44,276.
In the first round of counting, NDA’s presidential candidate Draupadi Murmu got 540 MPs votes, which is worth 3,78,000 votes. On the other hand, opposition candidate Yashwant Sinha got the vote of 208 MPs whose value is 1,45,600. A total of 748 votes were cast by the MPs, whose value is 5,23,600.
At the same time, a total of 1886 votes have been counted, whose value is 6,73,175. Out of these, Draupadi Murmu got 1349 votes whose value is 4,83,299 and Yashwant Sinha got 537 votes whose value is 1,89,876. So far Draupadi Murmu has got 71.79 percent of the total votes. Let us tell you that the voting for the Presidential election was completed peacefully on 18th July. The swearing-in ceremony of the new President will take place on July 25.
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