India: Jagdeep Dhankhar wins vice-presidential election

Bags over 500 ballots to beat resistance prospect Margaret Alva

NDA prospect Jagdeep Dhankhar on Saturday won the vice-presidential political election by nabbing greater than 500 ballots, while resistance prospect Margaret Alva surveyed much less than 200 ballots, resources stated.

Resources stated after checking of 725 ballots that were surveyed, as numerous as 15 were discovered to be void.

As numerous as 55 MPs did not enact the vice governmental political election held from 10 am to 5 pm on Saturday.

The Trinamool Congress, which has an overall of 36 MPs, consisting of 23 in Lok Sabha, had actually avoided the political election. Nonetheless, 2 of its MPs had actually cast their tallies.

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