- Venkaiah Naidu’s tenure ends on August 10
- Jagdeep Dhankar will be the country’s next Vice President
- Venkaiah Naidu’s experience will continue to benefit: PM Modi
Vice President Venkaiah Naidu Farewell: In his farewell address to Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu in the Rajya Sabha, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “Today we have come together to thank the Chairman of the Rajya Sabha, Mr. Venkaiah Naidu, at the end of his tenure. It is a very emotional moment for you. There are so many historic moments in the house associated with your gracious presence.”
Venkaiah Naidu discharged every responsibility with great success – Modi
Prime Minister Modi said, “Venkaiah Naidu fulfilled every responsibility with great success. He comes from a very simple background. He always guided the youth. A lot can be learned from him about democracy. While he was the Chairman of the Rajya Sabha, he promoted young MPs, encouraged them While they were outside the house, the speeches made as Vice President were inspiring to the youth.
He said, “We know that this time we are celebrating such an August 15, where the country’s president, vice president, speaker and prime minister are all the people who were born in independent India and all of them from a very simple background. come from.”
Venkaiah Naidu used to have one liners, WIN liners: PM Modi
The Prime Minister said that as Vice President and Speaker of the House, Venkaiah Naidu has seen various responsibilities work with great dignity and integrity. He never considered any work a burden. He has tried to breathe new life into each work. Prime Minister Modi said that every MP and every youth of the country can learn a lot about society, country and democracy from the Vice President. PM Modi said Venkaiah Naidu’s one liner was a WIN liner. His style of expression is impeccable. It is a privilege to work with them.
Jagdeep Dhankhar will be the country’s 14th Vice President
Former West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar has been elected as the country’s 14th Vice President. She defeated joint opposition candidate Margaret Alva in the vice-presidential election on Saturday. In a one-sided contest, Dhankhar got a total of 528 votes, while Alva had to settle for just 182 votes. A total of 725 MPs voted in this election, of which 710 votes were found valid, 15 ballots were found invalid. Let us tell you that 15 illegal votes were also cast in this election.
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