Indian presidential election, 1952

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Indian presidential election, 1952

May 2, 1952 1957 →
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Nominee Rajendra Prasad K. T. Shah
Party Independent Independent
Home state Bihar Bombay
Electoral vote 507,400 92,827

Elected President

Rajendra Prasad
Independent

The Election Commission of India held the first presidential elections of India on May 2, 1952. Dr. Rajendra Prasad won his first election with 507,400 votes (83.81%) over his nearest rival K. T. Shah who got 92,827 votes (15.3%).

Results

Source: Web archive of Election Commission of India website[1][2][3][4]

Candidate Electoral Values
Rajendra Prasad 507,400
K. T. Shah 92,827
Thatte Lakshman Ganesh 2,672
Chowdhry Hari Ram 1,954
Krishna Kumar Chatterjee 533
Total 605,386

References

  1. ^ http://eci.gov.in/eci_main/miscellaneous_statistics/PresdElec/BriefNotes.pdf Election Commission of India
  2. ^ http://www.indiaonestop.com/Presidency/presidential_candidates.htm
  3. ^ http://www.dailyexcelsior.com/02june08/national.htm#1
  4. ^ http://www.aol.in/news-story/the-indian-president-past-winners-and-losers/2007061905199019000001 AOL news (Past and present Presidential Results)
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