INDIA ELECTIONS 2014

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Narendra  Modi                             Manmohan Singh

 PRIME MINISTER - Designate                              PRIME MINISTER - Resigns


Bharatiya Janata Party (NDA): 282 (seats) - up from 
116  in 2009 / 31.0% (vote share) - up from 18.80% in 2009. 

Indian National Congress (UPA): 44  - down from 206 in 2009/ 19.3% - down from 28.55% in 2009.

[The best ever performance of the Congress in the past was in 1984: 49.1% of votes and 427 seats. The worst ever performance was in 1999: 28.3% of votes and 114 seats (and 1998: 25.8% of votes and 141 seats).

The best ever performance of the BJP  was in 1998: vote share: 25.6%, seats: 182.]

All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (Others): 37 / 3.3%
 
All India Trinamool Congress (Others): 34 / 3.8%

Biju Janata Dal (Others): 20 / 1.7%

Shivsena (NDA): 18 / 1.9%

Telugu Desam (NDA): 16 / 2.5%

Telangana Rashtra Samithi (Others): 11 / 1.2%
 
Communist Party of India (Marxist) (Others): 9 / 3.2%

[The total number of seats for the Left Front which had peaked at 59 in 2004 came down sharply to 24 in 2009; has now been just halved to 12.]
 
Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party (Others): 9 / 2.5%
 
Nationalist Congress Party (NDA): 6 / 1.6%

Lok Jan Shakti Party (NDA): 6 / 0.4%

Samajwadi Party (Others): 5 / 3.4%
 
Aam Aadmi Party (Others): 4 / 2%
 
Rashtriya Janata Dal (UPA): 4 / 1.3%
 
Shiromani Akali Dal (NDA): 4 / 0.7%


MAY 2017

Vol. 11 - No. 10










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