Ex-union minister M Venkaiah Naidu is all set to take oath on Friday as 13th Vice-President of India in New Delhi today at an event that will take place at Rashtrapati Bhavan.
President Ram Nath Kovind will head Venkaiah Naidu during a function that will be held today. Recently, he was chosen as the Vice President in the elections which took place on August 8. He had beaten Opposition vice-presidential candidate Gopalkrishna Gandhi in the elections.
“I am very modest. I am also grateful to the Prime Minister and all party leaders for their assisatance. I will request to use the vice-presidential organization to boost the hands of the president and secondly support the self-esteem of the Upper House,” Naidu affirmed.
“Contrast to the whole world, minorities are more secure and protected in India and they receive their due,” Naidu stated.
“Indian culture is of joint esteem for each other. Individuals attempt to utilize minority matters for political reasons,” he stated. Indirectly Naidu stated by focusing on Ansari, “India is the most broadminded country…Unluckily, few people are making attempt to blow it out of proportion and trying to insult India, raising it to national forum.”
In 2017, Vice-presidential polls faced maximum number of ballots polled (771) for the position.