Vice President Election 2022 Live: NDA Candidate Jagdeep Dhankhar Elected New Vice President of India

Ashita Singh
Sat, 06 Aug 2022 08:14 PM IST
Vice President Election 2022 Live: NDA Candidate Jagdeep Dhankhar Elected New Vice President of India

Jagdeep Dhankhar has won the Vice Presidential Polls and has been named as the new Vice President Of India. The Vice President is elected by an electoral college consisting of members of both Houses of Parliament, in accordance with the system of proportional representation by means of the single transferable vote and the voting in such election is by secret ballot. The Electoral College to elect a person to the office of the Vice President consists of all members of both Houses of Parliament.

06 August 2022
  • 08:14 PM

    Union Minister Amit Shah Congratulates Jagdeep Dhankhar

    Union Home Minister Amit Shah congratulates NDA's candidate Jagdeep Dhankhar on being elected as the Vice President of India; tweets "The Upper House will definitely benefit from his experience & close understanding of the ground issues."
     

  • 07:55 PM

    Jagdeep Dhankar Elected As New Vice President Of India

    NDA Candidate Jagdeep Dhankar has been elected as the new Vice President of India

  • 05:08 PM

    Voting for Vice Presidential Elections Concludes

    Voting for the Vice President post stands over in Parliament. The results of the same will be declared today.

  • 04:35 PM

    Chhattisgarh, Tripura CM call President Murmu amid polls

    Chief Minister of Tripura Manik Saha and Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Bhupesh Baghel called on President Droupadi Murmu at Rashtrapati Bhavan in the national capital on Saturday.

  • 02:30 PM

    Om Birla casts his vote for Vice Presidential polls 2022

    Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla casts his vote for the Vice Presidential election, at the Parliament, in Delhi.

  • 02:29 PM

    Voting continues

    Congress MPs Shashi Tharoor, Jairam Ramesh, Mallikarjun Kharge, Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, and K Suresh cast their votes for the Vice Presidential election.

  • 02:29 PM

    Rahul Gandhi casts his vote

    Delhi | Congress MP Rahul Gandhi casts his vote for the Vice Presidential election, at the Parliament.

  • 01:29 PM

    Voting underway at Parliament House

    Union Ministers Hardeep Singh Puri, Narayan Rane and Sarbananda Sonowal cast their votes for the Vice Presidential election, at the Parliament in Delhi.

  • 01:26 PM

    Sonia Gandhi casts her vote

    Congress interim president and MP Sonia Gandhi casts her vote for the Vice Presidential election, at the Parliament in Delhi.

  • 01:24 PM

    Voting underway for Vice Presidential Polls

    AAP MPs Harbhajan Singh and Sanjay Singh, DMK MP Kanimozhi and BJP MP Ravi Kishan cast their votes for the Vice Presidential election.

  • 12:05 PM

    Margaret Alva reaches Parliament

    Opposition's Vice Presidential candidate Margaret Alva arrives at the Parliament. Voting is underway for the VP polls today.

  • 12:04 PM

    Rajnath Singh, Piyush Goyal, JP Nadda cast their votes

    Delhi | Union ministers Rajnath Singh & Piyush Goyal along with BJP chief JP Nadda cast votes for the Vice Presidential election at Parliament.

  • 11:29 AM

    Voting continues for Vice Presidential Elections

    Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman Harivansh casts his vote for the Vice Presidential election.

  • 11:09 AM

    Amit Shah casts his vote

    Union Home Minister Amit Shah casts his vote for the Vice Presidential election, at the Parliament.

  • 11:08 AM

    MPs cast their votes fro Vice Presidential Elections

    Congress MP Karti Chidambaram and DMK MPs Dayanidhi Maran & Tiruchi Siva cast their votes for the Vice Presidential election, at the Parliament.

  • 11:08 AM

    Vice Presidential Polls

    Union Ministers Jyotiraditya Scindia and Rajeev Chandrasekhar cast their votes for the Vice Presidential election, at the Parliament.

  • 11:07 AM

    Former PM Manmohan Singh arrives to cast his vote

    Former Prime Minister and Congress MP Dr Manmohan Singh arrives at the Parliament to cast his vote for the Vice Presidential election.

  • 11:06 AM

    TMC asks LS MPs to abstain from voting

    TMC MP and Parliamentary Party leader in Lok Sabha Sudip Bandyopadhyay writes to Sisir Adhikari, who is still an MP from TMC, informing him to abstain from voting for Vice President election as decided and announced by the party.

  • 11:05 AM

    Vice Presidential Polls 2022

    Union Minister Jitendra Singh and Ashwini Vaishnaw cast their votes for the Vice Presidential election, at the Parliament.

  • 10:35 AM

    PM Modi casts his vote for Vice Presidential Elections 2022

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi casts his vote for the Vice Presidential election, at the Parliament.

  • 10:34 AM

    Vice Presidential Polls 2022: Voting begins

    Voting to elect the new vice president of India has commenced inside the Parliament House complex in New Delhi. The voting will continue till 5 pm after which the returning officer will announce the result.

  • 10:34 AM

    Kerala landslide

    Kerala | A landslide occurred at Kundala estate in Munnar in Idukki district last night. No casualties were reported. A temple & two shops damaged under the debris.

  • 10:34 AM

    COVID-19 Cases in India

    India reports 19,406 fresh cases and 19,928 recoveries in the last 24 hours. Active cases 1,34,793. Daily positivity rate 4.96%

  • 10:34 AM

    PM Modi to chair meeting of National Committee of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav today

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi to chair the third meeting of the National Committee of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav later today, at Rashtrapati Bhavan Cultural Centre in Delhi.

  • 10:33 AM

    Vice Presidential Polls 2022

    The Vice President is not a member of either House of Parliament or of a House of a Legislature of any state. If a member of either House of Parliament or of a House of a Legislature of any state is elected as Vice President, he is deemed to have vacated his seat in that House on the date he/she enters his office as Vice-President.

  • 10:33 AM

    Badrudding Ajmar on Madarsas in Assam

    "We have no sympathy for them (bad elements in madrasas). Govt should shoot them wherever they find them. If 1-2 bad teachers are found at madrasas, Govt should impose detentions & pick them up once inquiry completes, do whatever they want", said AIUDF chief Badruddin Ajmal, in Guwahati

    "But if the entire Muslim community is called jihadi due to them...It is not jihad, it is terrorism. Govt has to stop them, they should protect their borders and strengthen their Intelligence", he added.

  • 10:33 AM

    Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav

    Delhi | Union Minister G Kishan Reddy flagged off a Tiranga bike rally on the occasion of 75 years of Independence this morning.

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