Droupadi Murmu, a former governor of Jharkhand, is the NDA candidate and is expected to win the presidential election. Yashwant Sinha is her opponent.
Manmohan Singh, a former prime minister, arrived in a wheelchair to cast his vote in today’s presidential election.
To choose a new president for India, voting by secret ballot was conducted today in parliament and state legislatures all around the nation.
The BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) candidate, former Jharkhand governor Droupadi Murmu, is expected to win the election; Yashwant Sinha is her opponent.
Manmohan Singh, 89, was spotted in a wheelchair at the capitol for the first time.
Countless tweets from Congress leaders and the leader’s supporters followed images of the congressman casting his ballot while being assisted by four officials.
During the first hour of voting, people, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi and former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, could be spotted voting.
Numerous Congressmen hailed the former prime minister as an inspiration.
“We may all take inspiration from Sardar Manmohan Singh, who, despite his frail condition, entered parliament to carry out his democratic duty. He may have a long and healthy life, God willing, “The president of the Youth Congress, BV Srinivas, tweeted.