The Bjp Has The Numbers; Ram Nath Kovind Will Almost Certainly Be The Subsequent President

The value of an MP’s vote is equal to the total value of all MLA votes divided by the total number of MPs.
ADVERTISEMENTThe BJP is on track to get the numbers it needs to get its Presidential candidate Ram Nath Kovind elected, rendering the Opposition’s hunt to find a rival candidate largely moot.
The NDA’s current strength in the electoral college is 5,37,683, which is 48.93% of the total votes, The Times of India reports.
The President is elected by an electoral college made up of all of India’s MPs and MLAs, 4896 people in all this time around.
The value of an MLA’s vote in 2017 ranges from 7 (Sikkim) to 208 (Uttar Pradesh).

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