The Coming President of India - Draupadi Murmu

Draupadi Murmu:

She is an Indian Politician and a member of the BJP - Bharatiya Janata Party. 
She served as the ninth governor of Jharkand from 2015 - 2021. 
She is also a presidential candidate for the National Democratic Alliance in the 2022 election.


The Birth Place of Draupadi Murmu is in Odisha. 
She was born on 20 June 1958 and is an Indian politician who is the President-elect of India. 

Family background:

Draupadi Murmu married Shyam Charan Murmu, a banker, who died in 2014. 
The couple had two sons, both of whom are dead, and a daughter. 
She lost her husband and two sons in 4 years. 
Spiritually Murmu has been associated with the Brahma Kumaris.


Rama Devi Women's University is a state university for women in Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India. 
It was founded as the Rama Devi Women's College in 1964 in a small building in Bhubaneswar, named after Ramadevi Choudhury, it is the first women's university in Odisha.

Political background

Draupadi Murmu, NDA’s Presidential Candidate is the frontrunner to become the next President of India. 
Murmu is contesting against Yashwant Sinha, the joint opposition’s nominee for the top constitutional job.
Draupadi Murmu is a tribal leader from Rairangpur in the Mayurbhanj district in Odisha. 
Draupadi Murmu is a soft-spoken leader who made her way into the politics of Odisha with her sheer hard work. 
If Draupadi Murmu wins the Presidential elections in 2022, she will become the first tribal and the second woman to hold the highest office.


Draupadi Murmu was honored with Nilakantha Award for the best MLA in the year 2007 by the Legislative Assembly of Odisha.
Draupadi Murmu currently serves as the 15th President of India. 
Draupadi Murmu was appointed the governor of Jharkhand 
Draupadi Mumru was appointed the president of BJP Schedule Tribe Morcha, Odisha unit
She was again elected as an MLA from the same Rairangpur constituency on a BJP ticket
She was appointed as a M.O.S for fisheries and animal husbandry in Odisha state government. 
She remained in the office until 2004.

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