Congratulations to Jagdeep Dhankar on winning the Veep election, Margaret Alva

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Jagdeep Dhankar Receives Margaret Alva’s Congratulations for Winning the Veep Election

Ms. Alva stated that she thought some parties and leaders had compromised their own credibility by backing the BJP in this election.

On Saturday, Margaret Alva, the vice presidential candidate for the opposition, congratulated the NDA’s Jagdeep Dhankhar on winning the election and noted that while this election is over, the fight to uphold the Constitution, strengthen democracy, and restore the dignity of Parliament will go on.

She criticized some opposition parties for “directly or indirectly” endorsing the BJP in this election, claiming that their actions represented an attempt to “derail” the concept of a united opposition.

Ms. Alva stated that she thought such parties and leaders had compromised their own credibility by endorsing the BJP in this election.

“I would like to thank all the MPs from across parties who voted for me in this election, and I would like to congratulate Mr. Dhankhar on being elected Vice President.

Salutations to Mr. Dhankhar on his selection as vice president!

I want to thank the MPs from all parties and the opposition leaders who supported me in this election.

Additionally, I’d like to thank everyone who volunteered for their selfless work during our brief but intense campaign.

After Mr. Dhankhar was officially announced as India’s 14th vice president, she quickly added, “And, thank you to all the volunteers for their selfless service during our brief but intense campaign.”

Former West Bengal governor Mr. Dhankhar received 528 votes, while Ms. Alva, 80, received 182.

“This election provided the opposition with a chance to come together, let the past go, and develop a sense of mutual trust.

Unfortunately, some opposition parties decided to support the BJP directly or indirectly in an effort to undermine the notion of a unified opposition.

She said, in what appeared to be a dig at the opposition parties that offered their support to NDA in this election, “It is my belief that by doing so, these parties and their leaders have damaged their own credibility.”

“This campaign is over.

She added in a series of tweets, “The fight to defend our Constitution, strengthen our democracy, and restore the dignity of Parliament will continue.

With 36 MPs, including 23 in the Lok Sabha, the Trinamool Congress chose not to participate in this election.

Dhankhar of the NDA received assistance from a few other parties, including the BSP and SAD.

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