New Delhi: A meeting has been convened on Sunday evening under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to ensure the victory of Ramnath Kovind (Ram Nath Kovind), the candidate of National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in the presidential election. According to the schedule, this meeting can be held at 4 pm. In this meeting, PM Modi will consult with NDA leaders that how much more votes should be cast Ramnath Kovind compared to the opposition candidate Meera Kumar (Meira Kumar). Here Ramnath Kovind himself will also be present and will appeal to the leaders and their parties present at the meeting to vote in his favor. Meira Kumar, though, has the support of 17 opposition parties, but in the matter of votes, she is looking very far behind from Kovind. Figures are indicating that it is almost certain to become the President of Ramnath Kovind. In such a political corridor, it is discussed that BJP national president Amit Shah and PM Narendra Modi are engaged in the development that the difference of the victory of Ramnath Kovind should be increased so that the strength of this power will be given to the opposition before the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Can also be weakened In the continuous efforts of the BJP in the opposition parties are trying to make their own efforts.
In the presidential election (2017), while looking at the bets gone by the BJP till now, it has succeeded in breaking the margins of the Congress-led opposition parties. The main components of the UPA and the governments running in three states have announced to vote for JD (U), BJD, TRS, and YSRCP NDA candidate Ramnath Kovind. Nitish Kumar, Naveen Patnaik, and Chandrasekhar Rao have praised Ramnath Kovind for his candidacy. Apart from this, Mulayam Singh Yadav and Shivpal Yadav in Uttar Pradesh have also talked about supporting the NDA candidate. While his party SP and its chief Akhilesh Yadav are in support of UPA candidate Meera Kumar.
Let’s learn why it is confirmed that Ramnath Kovind’s victory
NDA and non-NDA regional parties have 63.1 percent of the votes in support of Ramnath Kovindara, who left the post of Bihar’s governor and became the presidential candidate. By the way, the NDA itself has more or less 48.9 per cent of votes, and this number, along with several non-NDA regional parties, reaches 63 per cent.
In non-NDA parties supporting Kovind, JDU (1.91 per cent), AIADMK (5.39 per cent), BJD (2.99 per cent), TRS (2 per cent), YSRCP (1.53 per cent) and Rashtriya Lok Dal (0.38 per cent) Both AIADMK factions have decided to support the NDA candidate. This gives Kovind a decisive edge over Meera Kumar. The poll will be held on 17th July and counting on July 20 will be done.