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The success of the future Vice Presidential election of the country will be unveiled in a short time. Right after the completion of polling at 5 pm, the counting of votes is heading on from 6 pm. The contest for the post was amongst NDA prospect Jagdeep Dhankhar and opposition candidate Margaret Alva. At the identical time, officers mentioned that two TMC MPs Shishir Kumar Adhikari and Dibyendu Adhikari voted in the elections for the post of Vice President. At the very same time, BJP MP Sunny Deol was absent from voting.
In accordance to officers, all-around 93 for every cent voter turnout was recorded in the Vice-President’s election till the polling ended at 5 pm. Out of the full 780 MPs, 725 MPs voted till 5 pm. 55 MPs did not physical exercise their franchise in this election. Among those people who did not participate in voting, two MPs from SP and Shiv Sena, just one MP from BSP did not just take section in voting.
Father-son came in opposition to TMC’s conclusion
Appreciably, Trinamool Congress main Mamata Banerjee had now made a decision to stay away from the celebration for the publish of Vice President. At the similar time, through the voting currently, two TMC MPs Shishir Kumar Adhikari and Dibyendu Adhikari voted from the determination of the bash significant command. Earlier, Trinamool MP and chief of the occasion in Lok Sabha Sudip Banerjee experienced despatched letters to Kanthi MP Shishir Adhikari and Tamluk MP Dibyendu Adhikari. In this he questioned equally not to vote. Noticeably, Shishir Kumar Adhikari is the father of BJP chief Suvendu Adhikari, though Dibyendu Adhikari is his brother. The Trinamool Congress has a overall of 36 MPs, which includes 23 in the Lok Sabha and 13 in the Rajya Sabha. As per the guidance of the bash substantial command, 34 TMC MPs kept their distance from this election.
Sunny Deol distances himself from voting
Between the MPs who stayed away from voting for the article of Vice-President, there are also many MPs from the BJP. These incorporate the names of Sunny Deol and Sanjay Dhotre. The two these BJP MPs did not engage in their share in the voting. Apart from this, notable opposition MPs who were absent in the course of the voting bundled Samajwadi Party’s Mulayam Singh Yadav and Shafiqur Rehman Burke.
PM Modi voted first
Voting for the election of the upcoming Vice President of India commenced at 10 am. PM Modi was the 1st to vote in this. At the exact time, former Key Minister Manmohan Singh arrived in a wheelchair to vote. CPM MP John Brittas assisted him stand up and vote through the voting. Apart from them, House Minister Amit Shah, Protection Minister Rajnath Singh, BJP President JP Nadda, Schooling Minister Dharmendra Pradhan and Commerce Minister and Chief of the Residence in Rajya Sabha Piyush Goyal achieved Parliament Property early in the early morning.
Congress MP Abhishek Singhvi casts his vote in spite of becoming infected with Corona
Regardless of getting contaminated with Corona, Congress MP Abhishek Singhvi arrived to take part in the voting for the post of Vice President. He arrived below carrying a PPE kit. Immediately after casting his vote, he tweeted, “Glad that I have performed my duties as a third time period MP in the election for the write-up of Vice President. I voted even even though donning a supernatural outfit.