India is democracy country and here is the method of election. We all are aware of the position of India’s President. This is the biggest position in India. There is a method of election to choose the president. Indian Presidential elections of 2022 are going to be very soon. yes, you read it right the Indian Presidential Elections 2022 will be conducted on July 18, 2022. Election Commission has announced the election. People have several questions regarding the post of President. How is the President of India elected? People want to know the method of election. Here are several things to tell you about the presidential election. You will find all the answers as you have searched. Let’s continue the article.
The election will be conducted on 18th July 2022 and the would-be completed on July 21, 2022. A total of 4,809 electors will participate in the election as a voter. According to the Election Commission, No political party can issue a whip to its members. Present president Ram Nath Kovind will be completing his period on July 24, 2022. On the basis of the Presidential and Vice-Presidential Elections Act 1952, The Election commission gives the indication or a notification calling the elections on or after the 60th day before the ending of the time period of the current President.
The Indian President is elected by the members of an electoral college which consists of the elected members of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha along with the elected members of the Legislative Assemblies of the states including UTs Delhi and Puducherry. The members, who are nominated to either house of parliament or the Legislative Assemblies are not in the criteria in the electoral college and are unable the vote.
This time the Election Commission has mentioned “The vote’s value of an MP will be 700. Those in preventive detention are able to vote, and those in prison will have to apply for parole and if they get approval, they can participate in the voting as a voter. This year the elector will have to mark preferences against the names of the candidates, only with a particular marker, given by the designated official, confirmed by the Election Commission.
One more formula is here, that a total state’s population as per the 1971 census, the total number of electives seats in Legislative Assembly x 1000= Value of votes of members of Electoral College (MLAs). The method of voting is based on a system of proportional representation. The election is not mentioned on the ballot paper. Two columns are available first for the name of the candidates and second for preference. The member of the electoral college marks his preference against each candidate and the votes are then counted. India has 14 Presidents based on this mechanism and pattern of the election. This is the election to elect the 15th president of India. Stay tuned for more updates.