71-year-old Ram Nath Kovind will take oath as India's fourteenth President on Tuesday at a function in the Central Hall of Parliament. The NDA competitor got 65.65 for each penny of the votes in the Electoral College and vanquishing Opposition applicant Meira Kumar.
Kovind will be India's fourteenth President and his presidency will begin from this evening after he takes the oath.
While setting off to the Parliament House, the President's body protects will give a salute to the active President. In any case, when the two will come back to Rashtrapati Bhavan from Parliament after the swearing in, the President's body monitor will salute the new President.
In Parliament, the Union home secretary will look for Mukherjee's consent to begin the service. The Chief Justice of India will manage the oath to the President. Individuals from Parliament, previous MPs, chief ministers of various states, outside dignitaries, and different VVIPs will be available amid the swearing-in service for the new President.
Mr. Kovind is the second Dalit President of India after late President K.R. Narayanan be that as it may, all the more altogether, the first from politically noteworthy Uttar Pradesh and the main individual from the BJP to hold the workplace of President since Independence.
can Ramnath Kovind fill that part? Indeed, even before he won the presidential races, the Bharatiya Janata Party's applicant was blamed for being an "elastic stamp president", a gathering man who was near the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and prone to do the administration's offering. The way that he was Dalit was rejected as bumping tokenism by the BJP, intended to undermine genuine developments of Dalit affirmation. In any case, whatever the explanations behind his designation, Kovind could transcend them. He begins with a fresh start, one on which he could content a recognized presidential residency.
Previous Bihar representative Ramnath Kovind on Thursday was chosen as the fourteenth President of India. He was the NDA's presidential applicant and won with more than 7 lakh votes against Opposition hopeful Meira Kumar. Kovind, 71, is a Dalit pioneer and will take the pledge as the fourteenth President of India.
He has filled in as the leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party's SC and ST wings and served two terms in Rajya Sabha–1994-2000 and 2000-2006. He has additionally been the national representative of the BJP. A recognized statesman and speaker, Kovind has tended to the United Nations as India's illustrative in 2002.
After his residency in the Rajya Sabha, he was confirmed as the 36th Governor of Bihar in August 2015. He was sent to Bihar in front of the gathering races. He had supplanted West Bengal Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi who was holding the extra charge of Bihar. Kovind honed at both the Delhi High Court and the Supreme Court for a long time.