Presidential Election 2017: Ram Nath Kovind gets one vote in Kerala, six in Delhi

New Delhi: Opposition's presidential nominee Meira Kumar did not get a single vote in Andhra Pradesh while the victorious NDA candidate Ram Nath Kovind polled just one in Kerala.

The Congress does not have the presence in the Andhra Pradesh Assembly.

File image of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah greeting Ram Nath Kovind on being elected as the 14th President of India. PTI

File image of Narendra Modi and Amit Shah greeting Ram Nath Kovind on being elected as the 14th President of India. PTI

Kumar got one vote in Nagaland and three in Arunachal Pradesh.

Kovind got just one vote in Kerala and six in Delhi where AAP has an overwhelming majority.

The data provided by the returning officer for the election, in which Kovind garnered 2930 or 65.35 percent of the total 4774 valid votes (of 10,69,358 value) polled, show the two contenders scored overwhelmingly over each other in some states.

Kumar polled a total of 1844 votes (with a value of 367314) or 34.35 percent of votes.


Published Date: Jul 20, 2017 10:27 pm | Updated Date: Jul 20, 2017 10:27 pm


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