How much salary/ facilities will the former president Pranav Mukherjee get?

President Pranab Mukherjee's tenure ends on July 24 . On July 17, the voting process was completed for presidential election. After the end of the tenure, 10 Rajaji Marg government accommodation for President Pranab Mukherjee has been alloted. There are several other facilities which they will meet to Pranav after being the country's former president. Let's know about those features:

 The official residence of 10 Rajaji Marg stands at 11,776 sq ft. Earlier, it has been the Government quarter of the former President of the country, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam. Apart from the facilities, Pranab Mukherjee will be paid a salary of Rs. 75 thousand after being the former president.

The salary of the Indian President is 1.5 lakh rupees. It was 50 thousand rupees in 2008 but during the tenure of former President Pratibha Patil, it was increased to 1.5 lakh rupees per month. At the same time the salary of the vice-president and the governor was also increased. The salary of the Vice President has increased from 40 thousand to 1.25 lakh and the salary of the Governor increased from 36 thousand to 1.10 lakh per month. Rashtrapati Bhavan has staff of about 200 people. While Pranab Mukherjee's former president, many people will be present as his staff. His secretariat staff will comprise a private secretary, an additional personal secretary, a personal assistant and two more people. There will also be office expenses upto 60 thousand rupees.

According to the news of Times of India, the renovation work of 10 Rajaji Road is going on fast. As former President Pranab Mukherjee has a big collection of books, for which a special place will be built. The 14th Presidential election was concluded after the voting on July 17 at 5 pm. Although one percent  MPs and MLAs did not cast their vote. According to the Returning Officer of the presidential election Anoop Mishra, a total of 714 MPs voted in the election. He said that 100 percent voting has taken place in 9 to 10 states, while the total voting was 98-99 percent. The results of the presidential election will come on July 20 and after the victory the new president will take oath on July 25.