The Nationalist Congress Party on Monday said that the
Presidential election is a fight between two different ideologies, and
not between two persons.
Talking to ANI, NCP leader Tariq Anwar
said, "I believe that this fight is not between two persons but between
two ideologies. We will get to see that whether the Gandhian ideology
wins or an orthodox ideology wins."
Another NCP leader Majid
Memon told ANI that the arithmetic apparently shows that the ruling
party is in a comfortable position because they have their own numbers
for winning the elections.
"The arithmetic apparently shows that
the ruling party is in a comfortable position because they have their
own numbers for winning the elections. But, at the same time this has
given a political opportunity to the Oppositions to come together. Most
important aspect of this development is that the unity and the strength
of the Opposition are now obviously visible and this is sending some
kind of panic waves to the ruling party," Memon said.
The elected representative of the Parliament and various state assemblies on Monday will vote to elect India's next President.
are two candidates in the fray for the coveted post- National
Democratic Alliance candidate Ram Nath Kovind and United
Progressive Alliance candidate Meira Kumar. President Pranab
Mukherjee's term is expiring on July 25.