Presidential Election: Who Will Be The Next Indian President?
When we look at the numbers of members in the Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha, and other legislatures, we can see that the BJP is in a strong position.
In such a circumstance, everyone’s gaze is drawn to the BJP’s potential nominee. Various theories have been proposed.
Let’s know who are the potential or probable candidates for President and Vice President & which category may the BJP pick a candidate from?
Since 2014, the BJP has been doing things that no one could have predicted. In 2017, Ramnath Kovind was unexpectedly elected President and Venkaiah Naidu was unexpectedly elected Vice President.
There had been no talk about these two names up to that point. It’s possible that something similar will happen again this time.
In the current scenario, some experts have predicted about presidential candidates from one of three groups.
It’s probable that the BJP would nominate a Mahadalit or a tribal as a candidate for President or Vice President of the country this time.
This potential is particularly available to the Mahadalit or tribal face of the South.
The BJP is currently concentrating its efforts on Punjab. The Sikh community’s anger of the BJP has grown since the farmers’ uprising.
In such a scenario, the Sikh face may be considered as a presidential or vice presidential contender.
There has also been talk of making a Muslim candidate for President or Vice President. In recent media reports, two names have been mentioned in connection with this.
Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan and Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi are among them.
On the condition of confidentiality, a BJP national level leader stated that whatever the nominee is, one of the two positions, the face of North India on one side and South India on the other, may be chosen. The political calculus from north to south may be simplified in this way.