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Decoding Lok Sabha election results 2019: 6 reasons how the verdict became a pro-incumbency vote

272/543
L :7
W :346
L :3
W :89
NDA :353 | Need More Seats to win
Need 183 More Seats to win | UPA : 92
LOK SABHA ELECTION RESULTS 2019
Total Constituencies
543
Voter Turnout
67.11%
NDA : 353
2014 : 354 Seats
BJP
303
+
SS
18
+
Other
32
UPA : 92
2014 : 66 Seats
INC
52
+
DMK
23
+
Other
17
OTH : 97
2014 : 107 Seats
YSRCP
22
+
TMC
22
+
Other
53
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Lok Sabha Elections 2019

trivia
9th April 2019
General Election 2019 Trivia: How many political parties are there in India?
Since the Independence, political parties in India have grown many folds, up by about 780 percent from a handful of 54 parties in 1950 to 475 parties in 2014.
With the Election Commission gearing up for the 17th Lok Sabha election, that will be held in seven phases across the country, political parties and voters have shifted into the election mode. Almost 90 crore eligible voters will cast their votes to elect their preferred candidates, out of which 1.5 crore individuals will vote for the first time. Since the independence, political parties in India have grown many folds, up by about 780 percent from a handful of 54 parties in 1950 to 475 parties in 2014. This year, All India Trinamool Congress (TMC), Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Indian National Congress (INC), Communist Party of India (CPI), Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPIM) and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) are the national parties that will be contesting in the Lok Sabha  elections.

General Election 2019 Trivia: How many political parties are there in India?

With the Election Commission gearing up for the 17th Lok Sabha election, that will be held in seven phases across the country, political parties and voters have shifted into the election mode. Almost 90 crore eligible voters will cast their votes to elect their preferred candidates, out of which 1.5 crore individuals will vote for the first time. Since the independence, political parties in India have grown many folds, up by about 780 percent from a handful of 54 parties in 1950 to 475 parties in 2014. This year, All India Trinamool Congress (TMC), Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Indian National Congress (INC), Communist Party of India (CPI), Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPIM) and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) are the national parties that will be contesting in the Lok Sabha  elections.
Published Date: Mar 15th, 2019 02:48 PM | Updated Date: Apr 9th, 2019 02:43 PM IST