Indian presidential election, 1957

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Indian presidential election, 1957
India
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Nominee Rajendra Prasad Chowdhry Hari Ram Nagendra Narayan Das
Party Independent Independent Independent
Home state Bihar Punjab Assam
Electoral vote 459,698 2,672 2,000

President before election

Rajendra Prasad
Independent

Elected President

Rajendra Prasad
Independent

The Election Commission of India held indirect 2nd presidential elections of India on May 6, 1957. Dr. Rajendra Prasad won his re-election with 459,698 votes over his rivals Chowdhry Hari Ram who got 2,672 votes and Nagendra Narayan Das who got 2,000 votes. Dr. Rajendra Prasad, has been the only person, to have won and served two terms, as President of India.

Results[edit]

Candidate Votes[1][2][3][4]
Dr. Rajendra Prasad 459,698
Chowdhry Hari Ram 2,672
Nagendra Narayan Das 2,000
Total 464,370

References[edit]

  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