How are the Vice President of the country to be elected, how different the election process is from the President?
TV9 Bharatvarsh | Edited by: Mohit Pareek
Aug 04, 2022 | 1:27 pm
After the election of the President of the country, it is now the turn of the Vice-Presidential election. Elections are to be held for the new Vice President of the country on 6 August i.e. Saturday. NDA candidate is Jagdeep Dhankhar, who has been the Governor of West Bengal in the Vice Presidential election. At the same time, Margaret Alva was made a candidate on behalf of the opposition. Now politics is also going on for this election. Actually, AAP has announced to support Jagdeep Dhankhar, the BSP. Now it is to be seen that which candidate gets more support in the election of the post of Vice-President. In various ways, the candidate is elected for this post. In such a situation, it is known how voting takes place in the election of the Vice President, how the votes are counted and what is its formula. . He should be over 35 years old. Apart from this, it should have all the qualifications that are necessary to become a Rajya Sabha MP. To contest the election of Vice President, the candidate has to deposit a certain amount as bail and this amount is made when not getting 1 Bata 6 votes. The same happens in the general public representative elections. At the same time, each candidate requires 20 proposer who needs MPs. That is, it is necessary for 20 MPs to be supported before nomination of the election. This means that the voter gives the same vote, but he has to decide the priority on the basis of his choice. He rats all the candidates in a way and not only one person.