- How many states are ruled by BJP now?
- How many seats did BJP won in 1989?
- How many BJP MLA are there in India?
- How many seats BJP won in up in 2014?
- How many seats NDA has in Lok Sabha?
- How many parties are in NDA alliance?
- Who became PM after emergency?
- How many seats did BJP won in 1998?
- How many seats Rajiv Gandhi won?
- How many seats did BJP won in 1999?
- How is Indian prime minister elected?
- When did emergency end?
- Who founded Bharatiya Janata Party?
- How many seats did BJP won in 1980?
- How many seats did BJP win in first election?
- How many seats won BJP in 2019 elections?
- Which party won after emergency?
- How many seats did BJP won in 2004?
How many states are ruled by BJP now?
State Legislative AssembliesS.No.State / Union TerritoryRuling Party / Ruling Alliance27TelanganaTRS28TripuraBJP+IPFT29Uttar PradeshBJP30UttarakhandBJP27 more rows.
How many seats did BJP won in 1989?
1989 Indian general electionLeaderRajiv GandhiL. K. AdvaniPartyINCBJPAllianceINC+supported NFLeader’s seatAmethiNew DelhiSeats won197855 more rows
How many BJP MLA are there in India?
MLA By Party MembershipsState/UTTotalBJPKarnataka224119Kerala1401Madhya Pradesh230126Maharashtra28810586 more rows
How many seats BJP won in up in 2014?
10 April − 12 May 2014PartyBharatiya Janata PartyIndian National CongressLeader’s seatVaranasiAmethiLast election1021Seats won712Seat change611916 more rows
How many seats NDA has in Lok Sabha?
As of 16 December 2020, the NDA has 334 in Lok Sabha (out of which 302 of BJP) only and 118 seats in the Rajya Sabha. With 93 seats in the Rajya Sabha of BJP only, the BJP is the largest NDA party in the parliament.
How many parties are in NDA alliance?
25 Parties The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) is an Indian political alliance made up of center-right and right-wing political parties and led by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). It was founded in 1998 and currently controls the Indian union government as well as the government of 18 Indian states.
Who became PM after emergency?
Janata wave of 1977 Morarji Desai was selected by the Janata alliance, later Janata Party as their parliamentary leader, and thus became the first non-Congress Prime Minister of India.
How many seats did BJP won in 1998?
1998 Indian general electionLeaderAtal Bihari VajpayeeSitaram KesriPartyBJPINCAllianceNDAINC+Leader’s seatLucknowBihar (Rajya Sabha)Seats won1821416 more rows
How many seats Rajiv Gandhi won?
The election was a landslide victory for the Indian National Congress of Rajiv Gandhi (son of Indira Gandhi), which won 404 of the 514 seats elected in 1984 and a further 10 in the delayed elections.
How many seats did BJP won in 1999?
1999 Indian general electionPartyBJPINCAllianceNDAINC+Leader since16 May 199619 March 1998Leader’s seatLucknowAmethiSeats won1821147 more rows
How is Indian prime minister elected?
The Prime Minister is appointed by the President, who also appoints other ministers on the advice of Prime Minister. The Council is collectively responsible to the Lok Sabha.
When did emergency end?
Officially issued by President Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed under Article 352 of the Constitution because of the prevailing “internal disturbance”, the Emergency was in effect from 25 June 1975 until its withdrawal on 21 March 1977.
Who founded Bharatiya Janata Party?
Lal Krishna AdvaniAtal Bihari VajpayeeBharatiya Janata Party/Founders
How many seats did BJP won in 1980?
In the ensuing elections, the Congress (I) won 353 Lok Sabha seats in January 1980 and the Janata Party, or what remained of the alliance, won only 31 seats, whereas Charan Singh’s Janata Party (Secular) won 41 seats.
How many seats did BJP win in first election?
The Bharatiya Janata Party was officially founded in 1980, and the first general election it contested was in 1984, in which it won only two Lok Sabha seats.
How many seats won BJP in 2019 elections?
Vote share of parties in the election The BJP become the single largest party in the House and surpassed expectations to win 303 seats, with its alliance partners bringing the NDA to a total of 353 seats.
Which party won after emergency?
When the State of Emergency was lifted and new elections called in 1977, opposition political parties such as the Congress (O), Bharatiya Jana Sangh, Bharatiya Lok Dal as well as defectors from the Congress (R) joined to form the Janata party, which won a sweeping majority in the Indian Parliament.
How many seats did BJP won in 2004?
StatesStatesPartySeats wonKarnatakaBharatiya Janata Party18Indian National Congress8Janata Dal (Secular)2Independent071 more rows