Presidential Election 2022 UP Will Ensure The Victory Of Draupadi Murmu Under The Leadership Of CM Yogi Ann
Presidential Election 2022: Uttar Pradesh, which decides the political fate...
Presidential Election 2022: Uttar Pradesh, which decides the political fate and picture of the country, will also play an important role in the presidential election under the leadership of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. The opposition’s mobilization regarding the presidential election will not prove to be effective in UP. For the post of President, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) candidate Draupadi Murmu will get the most votes from UP itself.
The reason for this is that UP has 14.86 percent of the total votes of 10,86,431 voters’ representatives across the country. Due to this, even after opposition from Bahujan Samaj Party, Samajwadi Party and Congress, Draupadi Murmu will get a lead of 1,19,084 votes from UP, which will be the basis of NDA candidate’s victory.
Yashwant Sinha is the opposition candidate
Now the whole picture has become clear about the presidential election to be held next month. NDA has declared Odisha’s tribal leader and former Jharkhand governor Draupadi Murmu as its presidential candidate. Whereas the opposition has played bets on Yashwant Sinha, former Finance Minister and old BJP leader. Now if we look at the math of votes received from the states regarding the presidential elections, Yashwant Sinha is looking weak in front of Draupadi Murmu. Even before the vote is cast, he seems to be out of the race in terms of electoral mathematics.
What is the math of Draupadi Murmu’s victory
According to senior BJP leader Vijay Pathak, the victory of NDA candidate Draupadi Murmu is certain. Readers explain its math. According to him, the value of the vote of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha members of all the states in the presidential election is equal, which is 700. At the same time, the value of the vote of the MLAs is decided according to the census of the population. Based on this math, NDA currently has a total of 5,26,420 votes.
Murmu needs 5,39,420 votes to win the presidential election. If we look at the electoral equations, due to coming from Odisha, Murmu is getting the support of Biju Janata Dal directly. That is, 31,000 votes of BJD will also fall in his favor. Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has already extended support to Draupadi Murmu. Apart from this, if YSR Congress also comes along, then it will also have 43,000 votes with them. Apart from this, it is difficult for Jharkhand Mukti Morcha, which does politics in the name of tribal, to oppose Murmu. If JMM comes under pressure, Murmu will get about 20000 more votes.
How many MLAs does Samajwadi Party have?
Now let’s come to UP, the value of the vote of the MLAs of this state is 208. There are 80 Lok Sabha members, 31 Rajya Sabha members and 403 MLAs. In this way the total value of the votes of the Lok Sabha members is 56,000. Among the Lok Sabha members, 62 MPs are from BJP. BSP has 10 MPs, Samajwadi Party has 3 and Congress has only one MP. Similarly, the total value of 31 seats of Rajya Sabha is 21,700. In which BJP is leading with 25 seats. Samajwadi Party has 5 and BSP has one MP. Similarly, BJP also has the highest number of votes of MLAs.
How many Samajwadi MLAs are there in UP?
The vote value of 403 MLAs of UP is 83,824. Out of this, the value of 273 votes of BJP alliance is 56,784. The value of the votes of the Samajwadi Party alliance with 125 MLAs is 26,000. Congress and Jansatta Dal have two MLAs each and BSP has one MLA. If we look at the math of votes on this basis, then Draupadi Murmu will get a lead of 1,19,084 votes from UP. Whereas Samajwadi Party and Congress’s 32,716 vote value will definitely go to the opposition candidate Yashwant Sinha. On the basis of this vote math, UP will ensure the victory of NDA candidate Draupadi Murmu.
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