Droupadi Murmu vs Yashwant Sinha: How India will elect its new President
The scale appears to be heavily tilted towards NDA's Droupadi Murmu on track to become first Adivasi president of the country, as per reports of early predictions
The stage is all set for a very important electoral battle in India - the one that will elect country's new president. On the one hand is the ruling BJP party nomination former Jharkhand Governor Draupadi Murmu, on the other former Union minister Yashwant Sinha pitted together by a range of Opposition parties. Notably, the polling for the Presidential election is all set to begin from today at 10 am in the Parliament with almost 4,800 MPs and MLAs slated to vote today to elect the President of India. The tenure of the current President of India Ram Nath Kovind comes to an end on July 24.