Tamil Nadu CM Stalin Casts His Vote For Presidential Election

Chief Minister Stalin
Chief Minister Stalin

Today, polling for the presidential election commenced at 10 a.m. at the Secretariat in Chennai. CM Stalin, who was recovered from the Covid, cast his vote.

Chief Minister M.K.Stalin was confirmed to be infected with Corona on July 12. After that, he isolated himself at his residence in Alwarpet. Due to this, M. K. Stalin underwent a CT scan at Kaveri Hospital in Alwarpet, Chennai. Based on the examination, M.K.Stalin was admitted to Kaveri Hospital on July 14.

Meanwhile, he was taking care of his daily duties while receiving treatment in the hospital. In this situation, M.K.Stalin returned home from the hospital today. He also participated in the presidential election at the Secretariat in Chennai.

In the election to elect the new president, the National Democratic Alliance candidate, Draupadi Murmu, and the opposition party, Yashwant Sinha, are the candidates.

MPs and MLAs across the country have voted for the new president. Polling has been arranged at the Chief Secretariat in the respective states for the MLAs to cast their votes. Chennai Chief Secretariat Special arrangements were made in the assembly hall in the Chennai Chief Secretariat premises for the MLAs in Tamil Nadu to cast their votes.

In this case, Chief Minister M.K.Stalin cast his vote for the presidential election in the ballot box in the Chennai Chief Secretariat. Following him, the state ministers also voted.