NDA candidate Jagdeep Dhankhar will file nomination today

New Delhi: Jagdeep Dhankhar has resigned as the Governor of West Bengal, after being announced as the NDA’s Vice Presidential candidate for the upcoming elections, will file his nomination for the upcoming election today. The BJP on Saturday named Jagdeep Dhankhar, a Jat leader from Rajasthan with socialist background, as the vice-president candidate of the ruling National Democratic Alliance.

Making the announcement, BJP president JP Nadda described Dhankhar as a “kisan-putra” (son of the farmer), who established himself as the “governor of the people”.

Nadda also urged the opposition parties to support the ruling National Democratic Alliance’s vice-president candidate Jagdeep Dhankhar as he cited the humble background of the former West Bengal governor to seek support from all parties.

Nadda refers to Dhankhar as “Kisan Putra” (son of a farmer) to emphasize his farming background and his upliftment through hard work.

Nadda said that his nomination as the Vice Presidential candidate by the BJP and its allies is another step towards the empowerment of farmers.

The BJP President said that he has been serving the nation in various capacities for more than three decades and has proved to be a successful administrator and an able politician.

All parties should support him, Nadda said as one day the opposition tried to force a contest for the vice-president’s post by fielding former Rajasthan governor Margaret Alva as their joint candidate for the August 6 elections. decided.

The election of Dhankhar, who is also the ex-officio Speaker of the Rajya Sabha, as Deputy Speaker is almost certain as the BJP has a majority in the electoral college consisting of members from the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. The BJP alone has 394 MPs out of the current strength of 780 in Parliament, which is over 390 of the majority.

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