The Modi-Amit duo is attempting to change the picture of BJP
Ram Nath Kovind is a political masterstroke decision by BJP and the pattern of choosing a politician for the presidential designation proceeds even after UPA chose Smt. Pratibha Patil and Shri Pranab Mukherjee. The opponent has been raising the stakes against the government and showing its unity for past few months.
They had been vociferously contradicting and scrutinizing the center. BJP president Amit Shah reported that Bihar representative and senior BJP pioneer Ram Nath Kovind would be the Presidential candidate of the BJP-drove administering NDA on 19th June. The declaration came as a shock as a few different names were doing the rounds.
The Modi-Amit duo is attempting to break the picture of BJP as Anti-Dalit station. For recent months, BJP is being depicted by media and rival parties as Anti-Dalit. Being very much aware of the way that regressive classes held a huge part in astonishing triumph in 2014 General Elections, the NDA government picked a Dalit man who can build a solid political drive to this race.
Kovind was born on October 1, 1945, at Kanpur Dehat, Uttar Pradesh. He was hitched to Savita Kovind on 30th May 1974. Kovind has a child, Prashant Kumar, who is married, and a little girl Swati. Kovind, a B.Com, LLB from Kanpur University (Uttar Pradesh) has been an extremely fruitful legal counselor. He developed from grassroots level to this stature all alone.
He is an independent man, from being a honing advocate in Delhi High Court and afterward at Supreme Court, and later joining legislative issues being an agent of Dalits Head for BJP, to turning into a 2-time RS MP and to being a Governor of the condition of Bihar now.
All that means he is very well versed and exceptionally knowledgeable of the political, legislative and open environment of the nation. He is a perfect, learned and prepared identity and appears to be satisfying as well. He is likewise a conspicuous social dissident and a man who is appropriate to be the President of our nation. He also spoke for India at the United Nations.
Ram Nath Kovind
Originating from U.P., which is assuming a noteworthy part in the presidential decision as most numbers of legislators belong to the state, besides it may likewise help him to get bolster from parties like SP and BSP.
The BSP boss Mayawati has tweeted that ” Ram Nath Kovind is a Dalit so we are positive on his name, but only if opponent doesn’t announce a popular Dalit name” On the other hand Bengal CM Mamta Banerjee said that “Candidate should be someone who will be beneficial for the country, someone of stature of Pranab Da, or even Sushma Swaraj or Advani-Ji may have been made the candidate.”
Aside from popularity, this former lawyer has every one of the qualities which made him a meriting candidate. His official profile on the Bihar representative’s website describes him as a crusader for ‘rights and the reason for weaker segments of society particularly Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes/OBC/minority…’ from his student days.
It’s an inescapable result that he will be the next President of India as he has gained support from NDA, TRS, YSR, AIADMK, BSP parties.