'Come to Delhi': A big order from the BJP to its MPs...Here's why!

The Centre-ruling BJP has given a big order to its MPs to come to Delhi in the wake of a crucial presidential poll that will be held on July 18. In the midst of a big contest that has been warranted after the parties failed to achieve consensus in fielding a unitary candidate, BJP-backed National Democratic Alliance (NDA)'s candidate Droupadi Murmu is leading the race for the Rashtrapati Bhavan against the opposition's candidate Yashwant Sinha.

The nomination has been closed and the poll, for which the elected MPs and MLAs are eligible to vote, will be held in Delhi. As the parties are getting ready for the race, the BJP has ordered its MPs to reach Delhi on July 16, two days ahead of the polling, and stay in the capital till the polling as the party has decided to ensure that it will present to the poll with full attendance. The results of the poll will be announced on July 21. 

According to reports, in these two days, the BJP will be organizing a training and demonstration session on how to cast vote in the presidential election. It has also been reported that BJP National President JP Nadda will host a dinner fest for the party's lawmakers on July 16. With a sound majority both in the assemblies and in the parliament, BJP's candidate Murmu will most likely become the next President of India.

Besides the support from the BJP, Murmu has also won the support from the parties like YSR Congress, Biju Janata Dal, and Bahujan Samaj and winning the polls, Murmu will become the first tribal person and the second woman to become the President of India. Murmu, who is the former Governor of Jharkhand, has been touring across the country and meeting all the leaders to seek their support for her candidacy.