Jagdeep Dhankhar is India’s new Vice President, defeats opposition’s Margaret Alva

NDA candidate and former West Bengal governor Jagdeep Dhankhar comfortably won the vice-presidential election on Saturday with 528 votes, beating opposition-backed candidate Margaret Alva who got 182. Dhankhar, who will also serve as the Rajya Sabha chairman, is succeeding incumbent M Venkaiah Naidu, whose tenure ends on August 10.

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