Presidential Election 2022 : The Chief Election Commissioner said that a notification has been issued regarding the Presidential election. Special ink pen will be provided for voting in the election. To vote, you have to state your choice by writing 1,2,3. If the first choice is not give, the vote will cancelled.
The last time the voting was held for the election was on 17 July 2017.
The Election Commission has announced the date for the presidential election. Presidential elections will held on 18 July and on 21 July the country will get a new President. June 29 will be the last date for nominations.
Presidential Election 2022 : To vote, you have to tell by writing 1,2,3Like
In the press conference on Thursday, Chief Election Commissioner Rajeev Kumar said that a notification has issued regarding the Presidential election. Special ink pen will be provided for voting in the election. To vote, you have to state your choice by writing 1,2,3. If the first choice is not given, the vote will be cancelled. The Election Commission will also give a pen for the Rajya Sabha elections to be held tomorrow.
The general secretary of the Rajya Sabha will be the election in-charge
At the same time, political parties cannot issue any whip during this period. Voting will take place in Parliament and Legislative Assemblies. The Secretary General of Rajya Sabha will be the election in-charge. Apart from this, instructions have also given to follow the corona protocol.
Presidential elections were last held on July 17
Let us inform that the term of President Ram Nath Kovind is ending on 24 July 2022. Presidential elections were last held on 17 July 2017. Common people do not vote to choose the President. For this, the representatives elected by the people and the representatives of the upper house vote. Like the members of both the houses (Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha) will vote in the presidential election. Apart from this, the members of the Legislative Assemblies of all the states also vote for the Presidential election. It also includes the members of the Legislative Assembly of the Union Territories of Delhi and Puducherry.
Presidential Election 2022 : Who cannot vote in the presidential election
People cannot vote in the election of the President in the country. Nominated members and members of the Legislative Council do not have the right to vote in the presidential election. If the Chief Minister of a state is a member of the Legislative Council, then he too cannot vote in the election of the President. Voting takes place in the presidential election through the single transferable vote system. This means that a member of Rajya Sabha, Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha can cast only one vote.
What were the results in the presidential election 2017?
The last time voting was held for the Presidential election was on 17 July 2017. The counting of votes was completed on July 20 in which Ram Nath Kovind was declared the winner by defeating his nearest rival Meira Kumar by 3 Lakh 34 Thousand 730 votes.
Presidential Election 2022 : follow covid protocol
Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar said that the situation of Covid-19 is not very serious at the moment, but the Covid protocol will followed during voting and counting. He said that the Election Commission will also ensure the use of eco-friendly and bio-degradable materials. Also, banned plastic materials will not used.
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