Congratulations are pouring in for Dhankhar, and the opposition thinks he will improve the quality of the democratic debates in the Rajya Sabha.

Jagdeep Dhankhar praised as Indias 14th vice president . Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Dhankhar shortly after the result was announced .

NEW DELHI: Jagdeep Dhankhar was praised as India's 14th vice president, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi meeting him shortly after the result was announced on Saturday, while leading BJP, Congress, and other opposition parties extended their congratulations.President Droupadi Murmu said the nation will be benefited from Dhankars long and rich career in public life and expressed her hopes for a fruitful and fulfilling tenure.Venkaiah Naidu, the outgoing Vice President, congratulated Dhankar and said, Your vast knowledge and legal expertise will greatly benefit the country.My best wishes for a fruitful and fruitful tenure.

Dhankhar won with a 74.36 percent vote margin, the highest among the last six vice-presidential elections, with 528 votes over Alvas, who received 128 votes.Alva acknowledged that although the general election is over, the fight for the Constitution, ensuring democracy, and restoring parliament's dignity will continue.She chastised certain opposition parties for supporting the BJP in this election either directly or indirectly, saying that it was part of a scheme to derail the notion of a united opposition.Dhankhar will be an outstanding vice president and Chairman of the Rajya Sabha, according to Union Minister Rajnath Singh.

Dhankhar, according to Union home minister Amit Shah, will be an ideal guardian of the Constitution while serving as chairman of the Rajya Sabha.Dhankhar was praised on his election as vice president by several opposition figures.Sharad Pawar, the NCP supremo, wished him well in his tenure as Vice President.Dharkhar, the DMK supremo and Tamil Nadu chief minister, MK Stalin, expressed happiness, hope that the values enshrined in our constitution will be lived out by your reign, as well as strengthening the Upper House's democratic debates.