Elections 1951 to 2014

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General Elections from 1951 to 2014:

First General Elections in India:

The first Lok Sabha elections in India were held in the year 1951.  Since it was the first General election in India it took around four months time i.e. the elections were started on 25th October 1951 and completed on 21st February 1952. There were a total of 489 Lok Sabah seats and 1849 candidates were contested. The Indian National Congress Party won 364 seats and formed the first Government in India.  Jawaharlal Nehru is the first elected Prime Minister of India.

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General Elections 1951-1952

Total Number of Lok Sabha Constituencies – 489

Political Parties Contested – 53 Parties

Others – 533

No. of Candidates Contested – 1849

Population of India – 36 Crores

Voters – 17.3 Crores

Indian National Congress (INC) Party won – 364 seats

Communist Party of India (CPI) party won – 16 seats

To form the Government 245 seats were required, but the Indian National Congress Party has won 364 seats across the country which was a clear majority to form the first Government in India. The Indian National Congress Party was led by Jawaharlal Nehru and he became the first Prime Minister of India in the General elections which were held to form the first Lok Sabha.

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Second General Elections in India:

The second general elections in India were held in the year 1957. The elections for the Lok Sabha were started on 24th February 1957 and completed March 1957. During the first General election, there were 489 Lok Sabha seats but these seats were increased to 494 seats. The Indian Nation Congress party won 371 seats out of 494 and formed the second Government in India.  And the second Prime Minister of India is Jawaharlal Nehru.

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General Elections 1957:

Total Number of Lok Sabha Constituencies – 494

Indian National Congress (INC) Party won – 371 seats

Communist Party of India (CPI) party won – 27 seats

Bharatiya Jana Sangh            BJS       4

Praja Socialist Party              PSP     19

Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha   ABHM            1

Akhil Bharatiya Ram Rajya Parishad     RRP             0

Chota Nagpur Santhal Parganas Janata Party   CNSPJP     3

Forward Bloc (Marxist)                  AIFB       2

Ganatantra Parishad                      GP           7

Jharkhand Party                             JKP           6

Peasants and Workers Party of India   PWPI         4

Indian Union Muslim League          IUML                 1

People’s Democratic Front              PDF     2

Praja Party                                         PP            0

Revolutionary Socialist Party        RSP       0

Scheduled Castes Federation       SCF       6

Others  –                                                        41

To form the Government 248 seats were required, but the Indian National Congress Party has won 371 seats and 7 seats more than the first General elections and for the second time Jawaharlal Nehru became the Prime Minister of India. The CPI party has won 27 seats and this time they got 11 seats more from the last elections.

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Third General Elections in India:

The third general elections in India were held in the year 1962. The general elections for the third Lok Sabha were started on 19th February 1962 and completed on 25th February 1962. The Indian National Congress Party won 361 seats out of 494 seats and formed the Government for the third time with Jawaharlal Nehru as the Prime Minister.

General Elections 1962:

Total Number of Lok Sabha Constituencies – 494

Indian National Congress (INC) Party won – 361 seats

Communist Party of India (CPI) party won – 29 seats

Bharatiya Jana Sangh      BJS                         14

Praja Socialist Party         PSP                        12

Socialist Party    SSP                         6

Swatantra Party                SP                           18

Akali Dal               AD                          3

Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha            ABHM                   1

Akhil Bharatiya Ram Rajya Parishad          RRP                        2

All India Forward Bloc     AIFB                       2

All Party Hill Leaders Conference              APHLC                   1

Chota Nagpur Santhal Parganas Janata Party       CNSPJP                 3

Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam     DMK                      7

Ganatantra Parishad       GP                          4

Indian Union Muslim League      IUML                     2

Peasants and Workers Party of India       PWPI                     0

Republican Party of India              RPI                         3

Haryana Lok Samiti          HLS                         1

Lok Sevak Sangh               LSS                         2

Nutan Maha Gujarat Janata Parishad      NMGJP                 1

Revolutionary Socialist Party       RSP                        2

Others  –                              20

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To form the Government 248 seats were required, but the Indian National Congress Party has won 361 seats out of 494 seats. The Indian National Congress party consecutively won for the third time and formed the Government and Jawaharlal Nehru as the Prime Minister.

Fourth General Elections in India:

The fourth general elections in India were held in the year 1967. The General elections for the fourth Lok Sabha were held from 17th February to 21st February 1967. The Lok Sabha seats were increased and the total number is 520 seats. This time the Indian National Congress Party was leading by Indira Gandhi and won the General elections for the fourth time in a row with 283 seats. While the Swatantra Party which was lead by C. Rajgopala Chary won 44 seats.  

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General Elections 1967:

Total Number of Lok Sabha Constituencies – 520

Indian National Congress (INC) Party won – 283 seats

Communist Party of India (CPI) party won – 23 seats

Bharatiya Jana Sangh      BJS                         35

Communist Party of India (Marxist)         CPI (M) 19

Praja Socialist Party         PSP                        13

Samyukta Socialist Party               SSP                         23

Swatantra Party                            SP                               44

Akali Dal – Master Tara Singh      ADM                      0

Akali Dal – Sant Fateh Singh         ADS                        3

All India Forward Bloc     AIFB                       2

Bangla Congress               BC                           5

Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam     DMK                      25

Democratic National Conference              DNC                       0

Indian Union Muslim League      IUML                     2

Kerala Congress                KC                           0

Naga Nationalist Organisation    NNO                      0

Peasants and Workers Party of India       PWPI                     2

Republican Party of India              RPI                         1

United Goans (Furtado Group)  UG(F)                    0

United Goans (Sequiera Group)                UG(S)                    1

Jana Kranti Dal   JKD                         1

Jammu & Kashmir National Conference NC                          1

Others  –                              35

To form the Government 261 seats were required, but the Indian National Congress Party has won 283 seats across the country which was clear majority to form the Government. This time the Lok Sabha seats were increased and many new parties were introduced. For the fourth time Indian National Congress Party has formed the Government and this time the Prime Minister was Indira Gandhi.

Fifth General Elections in India:

The fifth general elections in India were held in the year 1971. The General elections for the fifth Lok Sabha were held from March 1st to 10th March 1971. The total number of Lok Sabha seats was 518 seats. The Indian National Congress Party was leading by Indira Gandhi and won the General elections for the fifth time in a row with 352 seats.

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General Elections 1971:

Total Number of Lok Sabha Constituencies – 518

Bharatiya Jana Sangh      BJS                         22

Communist Party of India             CPI                         23

Communist Party of India (Marxist)         CPI (M)                 25

Indian National Congress (R)       INC(R)                   352

Indian National Congress (Organization)                INC (O)                 16

Praja Socialist Party         PSP                        2

Samyukta Socialist Party               SSP                         3

Swatantra Party                          SP                 8

All Party Hill Leaders Conference              APHLC                   1

All India Forward Bloc     AIFB                       2

Bangla Congress               BC                           1

Bharatiya Kranti Dal         BKD                        1

Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam     DMK                      23

Indian Union Muslim League      IUML                     2

Jana Congress   JC                            0

Chota Nagpur Santhal Parganas Janata Party       JP                            0

Kerala Congress                      KC                     3

Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party          MGP                      0

Naga Nationalist Organisation    NNO                      0

Peasants and Workers Party of India       PWPI                     0

Revolutionary Socialist Party       RSP                        3

Shiromani Akali Dal          SAD                        1

United Front of Nagaland             UFN                       1

United Goans (Sequiera Group)                UG(S)                    1

Vishal Haryana       VH                     1

Jharkhand Party                    JP                       1

Republican Party of India              RPI                         1

Telangana Praja Samithi                      TPS                   10

Utkal Congress      UC                      1

Others  –                              14

To form the Government 260 seats were required, but the Indian National Congress Party has won 352 seats out of 518 seats. The Indian National Congress party consecutively for the fifth time formed the Government for the fifth Lok Sabha. Indira Gandhi became the Prime Minister for the second time.

Sixth General Elections in India:

The sixth general elections in India were held in the year 1977. The General elections for the sixth Lok Sabha were held from 16th March to 20th March 1971. The Lok Sabha seats for the Sixth Lok Sabha were increased and the total number of Lok Sabha seats was 542. The sixth General elections were held soon after the emergency. After the circumstances of emergency, the Indian national congress party which was led by Indira Gandhi lost the power for the first time. Under the leadership of Morarji Desai 8 parties formed as alliance and won 345 seats. Janata party alone won 298 seats. Whereas the Indian National Congress party formed an alliance with 7 parties and won 189 seats and the Indian National Congress alone won 153 seats. For the first time in the Indian history the Indian National Congress Party was defeated by the Janata Party and formed the Government for sixth Lok Sabha and Murarji Desai became the sixth Prime Minister of India.

General Elections 1977:

Total Number of Lok Sabha Constituencies – 542

Janata Alliance:

Seats won: 345

Janata Party / Congress for Democracy  298       

Communist Party of India (Marxist)         22         

Shiromani Akali Dal          9            

Peasants and Workers Party of India       5                            

Revolutionary Socialist Party       3            

All India Forward Bloc     3            

Republican Party of India               2            

Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam     1            

Others                   2            

Congress Alliance

Seats won: 189

Indian National Congress               153       

Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam          19         

Communist Party of India             7             

Jammu & Kashmir National Conference 2

Indian Union Muslim League      2

Kerala Congress                2             

Revolutionary Socialist Party (breakaway)            1             

Others                  2             

Others        19

To form the Government 272 seats were required, this time the Janata Party Alliance won 345 seats out of 542 seats and formed the Government. This was the first Non Congress Government. And the Indian National Congress Party lost for the first time in the history of Indian General Elections.

Seventh General Elections in India:

The seventh general elections in India were held in the year 1980. The General elections for the seventh Lok Sabha were held from 3rd January to 6th January 1980. The total number of Lok Sabha seats was 542 seats. The Indian National Congress Party led by Indira Gandhi was alone won 353 and along with its alliance won 21 seats. In this election, the Indian National Congress Party alliance won a total of 374 seats out of 542 seats.

General Elections 1980:

Total Number of Lok Sabha Constituencies – 542

Indian National Congress     353 

Janata Party                               31  

Janata Party (Secular)           41   

Communist Party of India (Marxist)         37          

Indian National Congress (URS) 13          

Communist Party of India             10          

All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam         2             

Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam                     16          

Shiromani Akali Dal                          1             

Revolutionary Socialist Party                       4             

All India Forward Bloc                     3             

Jammu & Kashmir National Conference                 3             

Indian Union Muslim League                      2             

Peasants and Workers Party                       0             

Republican Party of India (Khobragade)                 0             

Kerala Congress                                1             

Republican Party of India                              0             

Socialist Unity Centre of India                     0             

Jharkhand Party                               1             

All India Muslim League                                0             

United Democratic Front                              0             

Shiv Sena                             0             

Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party          1             

Tripura Upajati Juba Samiti                          0             

Peoples Party of Arunachal                         0             

Akhil Bharatiya Ramrajya Parishad            0             

Peoples Conference                                     0               

Manipur Peoples Party                               0

Bharatiya Socialist Party                                            0 

Shoshit Samaj Dal (Akhil Bharatiya)       0

Sikkim Janata Parishad                   1             

Muslim Majlis                    0             

All India Labour Party                     0             

All Party Hill Leaders Conference                              0             

Sikkim Congress (Revolutionary)                               0             

Sikkim Prajatantra Congress                        0             

Others                 9             

To form the Government 272 seats were required, this time the Indian National Congress which was led by Indira Gandhi along with its alliance won 374 seats and formed the Government. Indira Gandhi became the Prime Minister for the third time.

Eighth General Elections in India:

The eighth general elections in India were held in the year 1984. The General elections for the eighth Lok Sabha were held on 24th December, 27th December and 28th December 1984. The total number of Lok Sabha seats was 541 seats. The Indian National Congress Party led by Rajiv Gandhi won 414 seats. This election was held as soon as the assassination of last Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. Rajiv Gandhi was the son of Indira Gandhi.

General Elections 1984:

Total Number of Lok Sabha Constituencies – 541

Indian National Congress                              404        

Bharatiya Janata Party                   2             

Janata Party                       10          

Lok Dal                                  3             

Communist Party of India (Marxist)                                         22          

Telugu Desam Party                        30          

Communist Party of India                             6             

Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam                     2             

All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam                         12          

Indian Congress (Socialist)                           4             

Indian Congress (J)                          1             

Revolutionary Socialist Party                       3             

All India Forward Bloc                     2             

Jammu & Kashmir National Conference                 3             

Indian Union Muslim League                      2             

Kerala Congress (Joseph)                             2             

Doordashi Party                508,426                 0             

Peasants and Workers Party of India       1             

Jharkhand Mukti Morcha                             0             

Kerala Congress                                0             

All India Muslim League                                0             

Gandhi Kamraj National Congress            0             

Socialist Unity Centre of India                     0             

Republican Party of India (Khobragade) 0             

Manipur Peoples Party                                0

Tamil Nadu Congress (K)               0             

Naga National Democratic Party                  0           

Jammu & Kashmir Panthers Party                             0             

Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party                          0             

Peoples Party of Arunachal                         0             

Republican Party of India                              0             

Jharkhand Party                               0             

Jammu & Kashmir Peoples Conference                 0             

Others                  5             

Due to the Assassination of last Prime Minister Indira Gandhi the General elections were not held in the States of Assam & Punjab. Later the Elections for these two states were held in the year 1985 and the results are:

Indian National Congress                              10

Shiromani Akali Dal                          7

Communist Party of India (Marxist)                         0

Indian Congress (Socialist)                           1

Communist Party of India                             0

Plain Tribals Council of Assam                     1

Bharatiya Janata Party                   0

Janata Party                       0

Lok Dal                  0

Others                  8

To form the Government 271 seats were required; the Indian National Congress which was led by Rajiv Gandhi son of Indira Gandhi won along with its alliance won 414 seats and formed the Government. Rajiv Gandhi became the youngest Prime Minister of India.

Ninth General Elections in India:

The Ninth general elections in India were held in the year 1989. The General elections for the Ninth Lok Sabha were held on 22nd and 26th November 1989. The total number of Lok Sabha seats was 545 seats. The Indian National Congress Party led by Rajiv Gandhi won 197 seats. The National Front which was formed by the Janata Dal and the regional parties won 143 seats and the Bharatiya Janata Party which was led by LK Advani won 85 seats. V.P. Singh became the Prime Minister in the 1989 General Elections with the support of BJP and CPI (M).

General Elections 1989:

Total Number of Lok Sabha Constituencies – 545

Bharatiya Janata Party          BJP  85

Communist Party of India    CPI  12

Communist Party of India (Marxist)   CPI (M)       33

Indian Congress (Socialist)     IC(S)             1

Indian National Congress       INC               197

Janata Dal                JD              143

Janata Party            JP                0

Lok Dal (Bahuguna)  LD(B)            0

All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam     AIADMK  11

All India Forward Bloc        AIFB     3

Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam       DMK    0

Indian Congress (J) Trikha Group        ICJ (TG)       0

Indian Union Muslim League               MUL              2

Jammu & Kashmir National Conference   NC        3

Jammu & Kashmir Panthers Party         JPP             0

Kerala Congress                     KC     0

Kuki National Assembly       NC    0

Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party          MGP      1

Manipur Peoples Party           MPP             0

Mizo National Front               MNF               0

Nagaland Peoples Council     NPC              0

Peoples Party of Arunachal       PPA          0

Peasants and Workers Party of India     PWPI       0

Revolutionary Socialist Party      RSP         4

Shiromani Akali Dal                   SAD              0

Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal)        SAD (B)   0

Sikkim Sangram Parishad            SSP           1

Telugu Desam Party                    TDP            2

Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha     ABHS            1

All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimen    AIMIM   1

Bahujan Samaj Party                           BSP            3

Gorkha National Liberation Front      GNLF             1

Indian Peoples Front                             IPF         1

Jharkhand Mukti Morcha                  JMM      3

Kerala Congress (Mani)                    KC (M)     1

Marxist Coordination Committee     MCO              1

Shiromani Akali Dal (Simranjit Singh Mann)    SAD (M)     6

Shiv Sena                   SS        1

Others  –              12

To form the Government 273 seats were required; the Janata Dal Party with its allies won 143 seats and with the external support form BJP and CPI (M) formed the Government.  V.P. Singh who was the convener of the National Front became the Prime Minister.

Tenth General Elections in India:

The Tenth general elections in India were held in the year 1991. The General elections for the Tenth Lok Sabha were held on 20th May, 12th June and 15th June 1991. The total number of Lok Sabha seats was 545 seats. The Indian National Congress Party won 244 seats and the Bharatiya Janata Party won 120 seats whereas the Janata Dal won 69 seats. This election was the first General Election of India where no party has got the perfect majority to form the Government. The Indian National Congress Party which has got 244 seats with the support of left parties formed the Government and P.V. Narsimha Rao became the Prime Minister.

General Elections 1991:

Total Number of Lok Sabha Constituencies – 541

Janata Dal            JD           69

Communist Party of India (Marxist)    CPI (M)      35

Communist Party of India            CPI          14

Indian Congress (Socialist)         IC(S)         1

Indian National Congress           INC           244

Bharatiya Janata Party               BJP             120

Janata Dal (Secular)                   JD 0

Janata Party                                JP                 5

Lok Dal                                        LD                 0

All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam   AIADMK    11

All India Forward Bloc               AIFB            3

Asom Gana Parishad                AGP             1

Bahujan Samaj Party               BSP                3

Indian Union Muslim League      MUL       2

Jammu & Kashmir Panthers Party   JPP   0

Jharkhand Mukti Morcha            JMM       6

Kerala Congress (Mani)               KC (M)    1

Manipur Peoples Party              MPP          1

Nagaland Peoples Council        NPC           1

Revolutionary Socialist Party   RSP            5

Shiv Sena                                     SS   4

Sikkim Sangram Parishad        SSP               1

Telugu Desam Party                TDP          13

United Minorities Front, Assam UMFA   1

All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimen         AIMIM              1

Autonomous State Demand Committee       ASDC             1

Haryana Vikas Party                                           HVP    1

Janata Dal (Gujarat)                                          JD (G)  1

Others  –              1

This time the scenario was different because Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated as soon as the first phase of the election was completed on 20th May. The General Election was completed on 15th June 1991. To form the Government 273 seats were required but no party has got the magic figure to form the Government. Because of the support from Left Parties the Indian National Congress Party form the Government and P.V. Narsimha Rao became the Prime Minister for the first time.

Eleventh General Elections in India:

The Eleventh general elections in India were held in the year 1996. The General elections for the Eleventh Lok Sabha were held on 27th April, 2nd May and 7th May 1996. The total number of Lok Sabha seats was 545 seats. The Indian National Congress Party won 140 seats and the Bharatiya Janata Party won 161 seats whereas the Janata Dal (United Front) won 46 seats. Even this time the same situation raised no party got exact majority to form the Government. In this election, the BJP led by Atal Bihari Vajpayee formed a very short time Government and finally the United Front which is formed on the basis of non-congress & non-BJP formed the Government and H.D. Deve Gowda became the 11th Prime Minister of India.

General Elections 1996:

Total Number of Lok Sabha Constituencies – 545

Bharatiya Janata Party – 161

Samata Party – 08

Shiv Sena – 15

Haryana Vikas Party – 03

Indian National Congress – 140

Janata Dal – 46

Samajwadi Party – 17

Telugu Desam Party – 16

Communist Party of India (Marxist) – 32

Communist Party of India – 12

Revolutionary Socialist Party – 05

All India Forward Bloc – 03

Tamil Maanila Congress – 20

Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam – 17

Bahujan Samaj Party – 11

Shiromani Akali Dal – 28

Asom Gana Parishad – 08

All India Indira Congress (Tiwari) – 05

Indian Union Muslim League – 02

All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimen – 01

Autonomous State Demand Committee- 01

Madhya Pradesh Vikas Congress- 01

Sikkim Democratic Front- 01

United Goans Democratic Party- 01

Kerala Congress (Mani) – 01

Jharkhand Mukti Morcha- 01

Karnataka Congress Party- 01

Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party- 01

Others-   09

To form the Government 273 seats were required, but no party got the exact majority to form the Government. Initially BJP led by Atal Bihari Vajpayee formed the Government for a short time i.e. for 16 days, later the United Front formed the Government and H.D. Deve Gowda became the Prime Minister. 

Twelfth General Elections in India:

The Twelfth general elections in India were held in the year 1998. The General elections for the Twelfth Lok Sabha were held on 16th February, 22nd February, and 28th February 1998. The total number of Lok Sabha seats was 545 seats. The Indian National Congress Party won 141 seats and the Bharatiya Janata Party won 182 seats. 

General Elections 1998:

Total Number of Lok Sabha Constituencies – 545

Bharatiya Janata Party BJP           182

Indian National Congress INC    141

Communist Party of India (Marxist) CPI (M)        32

Samajwadi Party SP        20

All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam AIADMK      18

Rashtriya Janata Dal    RJD            17

Telugu Desam Party      TDP         12

Samata Party               SAP              12

Communist Party of India      CPI                  9

Biju Janata Dal                   BJD        9

Shiromani Akali Dal          SAD      8

Trinamool Congress         WBTC  7

Janata Dal                     JD  6

Shiv Sena                      SS                 6

Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam     DMK       6

Bahujan Samaj Party               BSP                5

Revolutionary Socialist Party     RSP         5

Haryana Lok Dal (Rashtriya)      HLD(R)    4

Pattali Makkal Katchi                    PMK        4

Republican Party of India           RPI           4

Tamil Maanila Congress           TMC (M)   3

Lok Shakti                    LS      3

Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhhagam      MDMK  3

Jammu & Kashmir National Conference           NC                        3

All India Forward Bloc                AIFB          2

Muslim League Kerala State Committee          MUL            2

Arunachal Congress               AC       2

All India Rashtriya Janata Party        AIRJP              1

Samajwadi Janata Party (Rashtriya)       SJP(R)     1

Haryana Vikas Party              HVP                 1

All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimen      AIMIM               1

All India Indira Congress (Secular)            AIIC(S) 1

Janata Party                   JP                1

Kerala Congress (Mani)         KC  1

United Minorities Front, Assam      UMFA              1

Peasants and Workers Party of India    PWPI       1

Autonomous State Demand Committee   ASDC 1

Manipur State Congress Party            MSCP            1

Sikkim Democratic Front                        SDF              1

Jharkhand Mukti Morcha                      JMM              0

Asom Gana Parishad                              AGP                0

Hill Peoples’ Democratic Party           HPDP            0

NTR Telugu Desam Party (Lakshmi Parvathi)   NTRTDP (LP)           0

Kerala Congress                 KC         0

United Democratic Party UDP    0

United Goans Democratic Party    UGDP 0

Manipur Peoples Party        MPP                0

Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party      MGP           0

Mizo National Front                      MNF        0

Others –               6

Thirteenth General Elections in India:

The Twelfth general elections in India were held in the year 1999. The General elections for the Thirteenth Lok Sabha were held from 5th September, 11th September, 18th September, 25th September and 3rd October 1999. The total number of Lok Sabha seats was 545 seats. The Indian National Congress Party won 114 seats and the Bharatiya Janata Party won 182 seats, CPI won 33 seats but the BJP along Alliance NDA won 270 seats and formed the Government and Atal Bihari Vajpayee became the Prime Minister. 

General Elections 1999:

Total Number of Lok Sabha Constituencies – 545

Bharatiya Janata Party   182

Janata Dal (United)         21

Shiv Sena                          15

Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam 12

Biju Janata Dal    10

Nationalist Trinamool Congress 8

Pattali Makkal Katchi          5

Indian National Lok Dal    5

Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam 4

Jammu and Kashmir National Conference 4

Shiromani Akali Dal 2

Rashtriya Lok Dal 2

Lok Shakti 0

Asom Gana Parishad 0

Telugu Desam Party 29

Indian National Congress   114

Other INC Affiliated Parties        21

All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam   10

Rashtriya Janata Dal 7

Kerala Congress             1

Kerala Congress (Mani) 1

Muslim League Kerala State Committee 2

Communist Party of India (Marxist) 33

Samajwadi Party (Socialist Party) 26

Bahujan Samaj Party (Majority Society Party) 14

Other Seated Parties     30

Nationalist Congress Party 8

Communist Party of India 4

Revolutionary Socialist Party 3

All India Forward Bloc 2

Akhil Bharatiya Lok Tantrik Congress 2

Janata Dal (Secular) 1

Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) Liberation 1

Bharipa Bahujan Mahasangha    1

All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimen     1

MGR Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam     1

Shiromani Akali Dal (Simranjit Singh Mann)         1

Samajwadi Janata Party (Rashtriya)                   1

Peasants and Workers Party of India            1

Himachal Vikas Congress                         1

Manipur State Congress Party                1

Sikkim Democratic Front                         1

Others                                                      6

Fourteenth General Elections in India:

The Fourteenth general elections in India were held in the year 2004. The General elections for the Fourteenth Lok Sabha were held on 20th April, 26th April, 5th May, and 10th May 2004. The total number of Lok Sabha seats was 543 seats. The Indian National Congress Party won 145 seats and the Bharatiya Janata Party won 138 seats. 

General Elections 2004:

Total Number of Lok Sabha Constituencies – 543

Indian National Congress       145

Rashtriya Janata Dal               21

Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam      16

Nationalist Congress Party      9

Lok Jan Shakti Party               4

Telangana Rashtra Samithi           2

Pattali Makkal Katchi                    6

Jharkhand Mukti Morcha             5

Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam           4

Indian Union Muslim League                 1

Republican Party of India                           1

Jammu and Kashmir People’s Democratic Party         1

Bharatiya Janata Party                    138

Janata Dal (United)                           8

All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam                   0

Nationalist Trinamool Congress                 2

Shiv Sena                             12

Biju Janata Dal                     11

Shiromani Akali Dal                  8

Nagaland People’s Front                    1

Mizo National Front                          1

Communist Party of India (Marxist)                 43

Communist Party of India                           10

Revolutionary Socialist Party                       3

All India Forward Bloc                               3

Bahujan Samaj Party                              19

Samajwadi Party                                       36

Telugu Desam Party                                  5

Janata Dal (Secular)                                  3

Rashtriya Lok Dal                                      3

Asom Gana Parishad                                   2

Jammu and Kashmir National Conference                    2

All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen                    1

Kerala Congress                               1

Sikkim Democratic Front                     1

National Loktantrik Party                     1

Samajwadi Janata Party                            1

Indian Federal Democratic Party                              1

Bharatiya Navshakti Party                            1

Others                                     5

After the 2 terms, it is the Indian National Congress who formed the Government for the 14th Lok Sabha. The Indian National Congress along with its alliances and external support from other parties formed the Government and this time Manmohan Singh became the Prime Minister of India.