Draupadi Murmu will be the first tribal and second woman president of the country
Draupadi Murmu will be the first tribal and second woman president of the country

Draupadi Murmu will become the country’s 15th president. She holds the country’s second female and first tribal presidency, which is the highest constitutional office. In the third round of voting on Thursday, Draupadi of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) defeated Yashwant Sinha of the United Progressive Alliance (UPA). BJP President JP Nadda, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and Home Minister Amit Shah congratulated Murmu at his home.

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By the third round, Murmu had collected the required 5 lakh 43 thousand 261 votes. He received 5 lakh 77 thousand 777 votes following the third round. There were only 2 lakh 61 000 62 votes cast for Yashwant Sinha. The vote was conducted in 20 states, which included members of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.

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President, Prime Minister, and Lok Sabha Speaker congratulated

PM Narendra Modi congratulated Murmu and declared, “India has written history.” The daughter of a tribal group who was born in a remote area of eastern India has been chosen as the country’s new president as it observes its national festival of independence. Congratulation to Draupadi Murmu. Additionally, Murmu was congratulated by President Ram Nath Kovind, Vice President Venkaiah Naidu, and Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla.

Rajnath Singh, the defense minister, also sent Murmu his best wishes. Said: Congratulations to Murm on winning the presidential election in a landslide. She has worked hard for public welfare in slums, destitute, and impoverished areas. She ascended to the greatest constitutional position today from among them. This is the democracy in India’s strength.

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In her native village in Odisha and across the nation, there is a festive mood following Draupadi Murmu’s victory for the NDA. The win is being celebrated by the populace with drums and ethnic musical instruments. His loved ones are rejoicing in the Rairangpur town and Murmu village in the Mayurbhanj district of Odisha by giving out laddus.

After the swearing-in on July 25, the BJP office will celebrate. President Ram Nath Kovind’s tenure expires at midnight on July 24. On July 25, the new President will take office.

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