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14th President of India oath ceremony: Here's the list of guests and ceremony details

New Delhi: Ram Nath Kovind is good to go to take oath as India's 14th President on Tuesday at a ceremony in the Central Hall of Parliament. VP Hamid Ansari, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan, Union Ministers, Governors, Chief Ministers, Ambassadors and other diplomats, MPs and senior common and military officers will be among those present. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das and numerous other senior pioneers will likewise effortlessness the occasion.

Oath function at Rashtrapati Bhavan: All you have to know

Outgoing President Pranab Mukherjee and President-elect will arrive in the Central Hall in a formal parade, where Kovind will be administered the oath by Chief Jusitce of India J. S. Khehar. He will then exchange seats with Mukherjee. A 21-gun salute will be given in his respect and the new president will then convey his address. After the ceremony closes, the new President will leave for Rashtrapati Bhavan where a between administrations watch of respect will be given to him in its forecourt. Mukherjee will leave for his new address - 10 Rajaji Marg.

Special guests at Kovind's swearing-in ceremony:

Eight individuals from the President-elect's family achieved national capital the previous evening by the Shram Shakti Express. Kovind's senior sibling Pyarelal, sister-in-law Vidyawati, cousins Deepak, Pankaj, Shivkumar, Hemlata and Kamlesh, and Alok, the senior sibling's child in-law, will be available at the swearing-in service. Kovind's sister-in-law conveyed with her 'Rasiaur', a sweet dish made with rice and sugarcane juice, and 'Laddus', which are among Kovind's most loved sustenances

"I will also prepare "Kadhi" in the Rashtrapati Bhawan as Kovind is extremely partial to it," Vidyawati said. Kovind has also welcomed three of his friends - Satish Chandra Misra, Madhusudan Goel and Dr Jai Gopal to go to the vow taking service.

School, college to celebrate:

Excited more than one of their own rising to the best most protected post in the nation, the administration of the BNSD Intermediate College, where President-elect Ram Nath Kovind has examined has chosen to enlighten the premises and sort out a group devour Tuesday. The school is additionally bustling making arrangements for a live broadcast of the pledge taking ceremony for its energetic understudies and staff individuals. Primary R C Singh said the understudies and educators would likewise convey desserts in and outside the school.


On July 20, National Democratic Alliance (NDA) candidate Ram Nath Kovind was chosen as the new President of India, securing a huge edge over his United Progressive Alliance (UPA) equal Meira Kumar in a straight battle. In a constituent school of 4,986 voters with a vote estimation of 10,98,903, Kovind got 2,930 votes conveying an estimation of 7,00,244, while the previous Lok Sabha Speaker secured 1,844 votes with an estimation of 3,67,314. While Kovind got 65.65 for every penny of the aggregate substantial vote estimation of 10,69,358, Meira Kumar got 34.35 for every penny.

Reporting the decision of Kovind as the 14th President, Returning Officer and Lok Sabha Secretary General Anoop Mishra said Kovind had got the required votes under the share apportioned to him in the transferable vote framework under the Presidential and Vice Presidential Elections Act.

"I announce Ram Nath Kovind as properly chose to the Office of President," he said.

14th President of India oath ceremony: Here

14th President of India oath ceremony: Here's the list of guests and ceremony details



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