1952 Indian presidential election
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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%).
|K. T. Shah||92,827|
|Thatte Lakshman Ganesh||2,672|
|Chowdhry Hari Ram||1,954|
|Krishna Kumar Chatterjee||533|