With President Ram Nath Kovind’s tenure coming to an end on July 24, India’s Election Commission declared on Thursday that the country’s 15th President will be elected on July 18 results expected on July 21. The ruling BJP-led NDA and the opposition have yet to announce their candidates.
The NDA’s nominee, who has roughly 48 percent of the votes in the electoral college, is a foregone conclusion with the help of some friendly parties like the BJD of Odisha and the YSRCP of Andhra Pradesh. The opposition, on the other hand, intends to reproduce the results of the previous election.
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