Lok Sabha Election Results

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2014 16th Lok Sabha Election Result
Sr NoPartySeats
1BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
282
2INC
Indian National Congress
44
3ADMK
All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
37
4AITC
All India Trinamool Congress
34
5BJD
Biju Janata Dal
20
6SHS
Shivsena
18
7TDP
Telugu Desam
16
8TRS
Telangana Rashtra Samithi
11
9YSRCP
Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party
9
10CPM
Communist Party Of India (marxist)
9
11LJP
Lok Jan Shakti Party
6
12NCP
Nationalist Congress Party
6
13SP
Samajwadi Party
5
14AAAP
Aam Aadmi Party
4
15RJD
Rashtriya Janata Dal
4
16SAD
Shiromani Akali Dal
4
17AIUDF
All India United Democratic Front
3
18IND
Independent
3
19BLSP
Rashtriya Lok Samta Party
3
20JKPDP
Jammu & Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party
3
21IUML
Indian Union Muslim League
2
22AD
Apna Dal
2
23JMM
Jharkhand Mukti Morcha
2
24INLD
Indian National Lok Dal
2
25JD(U)
Janata Dal (united)
2
26JD(S)
Janata Dal (secular)
2
27PMK
Pattali Makkal Katchi
1
28SDF
Sikkim Democratic Front
1
29AIMIM
All India Majlis-e-ittehadul Muslimeen
1
30AINRC
All India N.r. Congress
1
31NPF
Naga Peoples Front
1
32NPEP
National Peoples Party
1
33SWP
Swabhimani Paksha
1
34CPI
Communist Party Of India
1
35KEC(M)
S Kerala Congress (m)
1
36RSP
Revolutionary Socialist Party
1
Total543

List of Parliamentary Constituencies & MPs

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2014 Lok Sabha Constituencywise Election Result
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Sr NoConstituencyParty
MP
Andaman & Nicobar Islands
1Andaman & Nicobar IslandsBJP
Bishnu Pada Ray
Andhra Pradesh
1AdilabadTRS
Godam Nagesh
2AmalapuramTDP
Dr Pandula Ravindra Babu
3AnakapalliTDP
Muttamsetti Srinivasa Rao (avanthi)
4AnantapurTDP
J C Divakar Reddi
5ArukuYSRCP
Kothapalli Geetha
6BapatlaTDP
Malyadri Sriram
7BhongirTRS
Dr Boora Narsaiah Goud
8ChelvellaTRS
Konda Vishweshwar Reddy
9ChittoorTDP
Naramalli Sivaprasad
10EluruTDP
Maganti Venkateswara Rao (babu)
11GunturTDP
Jayadev Galla
12HindupurTDP
Kristappa Nimmala
13HyderabadAIMIM
Asaduddin Owaisi
14KadapaYSRCP
Y S Avinash Reddy
15KakinadaTDP
Thota Narasimham
16KarimnagarTRS
Vinod Kumar Boinapally
17KhammamYSRCP
Ponguleti Srinivasa Reddy
18KurnoolYSRCP
Butta Renuka
19MachilipatnamTDP
Konakalla Narayana Rao
20MahabubabadTRS
Prof Azmeera Seetaram Naik
21MahbubnagarTRS
Ap Jithender Reddy
22MalkajgiriTDP
Ch Malla Reddy
23MedakTRS
Kalvakuntla Chandrasekhar Rao
24NagarkurnoolINC
Yellaiah Nandi
25NalgondaINC
Gutha Sukhender Reddy
26NandyalYSRCP
S P Y Reddy
27NarasaraopetTDP
Sambasiva Rao Rayapati
28NarsapuramBJP
Gokaraju Ganga Raju
29NelloreYSRCP
Mekapati Rajamohan Reddy
30NizamabadTRS
Kalvakuntla Kavitha
31OngoleYSRCP
Y V Subba Reddy
32PeddapalleTRS
Balka Suman
33RajahmundryTDP
Murali Mohan Maganti
34RajampetYSRCP
P V Midhun Reddy
35SecundrabadBJP
Bandaru Dattatreya
36SrikakulamTDP
Rammohan Naidu Kinjarapu
37TirupatiYSRCP
Varaprasad Rao Velagapalli
38VijayawadaTDP
Kesineni Srinivas (nani)
39VisakhapatnamBJP
Kambhampati Hari Babu
40VizianagaramTDP
Ashok Gajapathi Raju Pusapati
41WarangalTRS
Kadiyam Srihari
42ZahirabadTRS
B B Patil
Arunachal Pradesh
1Arunachal EastINC
Ninong Ering
2Arunachal WestBJP
Kiren Rijiju
Assam
1Autonomous DistrictINC
Biren Singh Engti
2BarpetaAIUDF
Siraj Uddin Ajmal
3DhubriAIUDF
Badruddin Ajmal
4DibrugarhBJP
Rameswar Teli
5GauhatiBJP
Bijoya Chakravarty
6JorhatBJP
Kamakhya Prasad Tasa
7KaliaborINC
Gourav Gogoi
8KarimganjAIUDF
Radheshyam Biswas
9KokrajharIND
Naba Kumar Sarania (hira)
10LakhimpurBJP
Sarbananda Sonowal
11MangaldoiBJP
Ramen Deka
12NowgongBJP
Rajen Gohain
13SilcharINC
Sushmita Dev
14TezpurBJP
Ram Prasad Sarmah
Bihar
1ArariaRJD
Tasleem Uddin
2ArrahBJP
Raj Kumar Singh
3AurangabadBJP
Sushil Kumar Singh
4BankaRJD
Jai Prakash Narayan Yadav
5BegusaraiBJP
Bhola Singh
6BhagalpurRJD
Shailesh Kumar Urph Bulo Mandal
7BuxarBJP
Ashwini Kumar Choubey
8DarbhangaBJP
Kirti Azad
9GayaBJP
Hari Manjhi
10GopalganjBJP
Janak Ram
11HajipurLJP
Ramvilas Paswan
12JahanabadBLSP
Dr Arun Kumar
13JamuiLJP
Chirag Kumar Paswan
14JhanjharpurBJP
Birendra Kumar Chaudhary
15KarakatBLSP
Upendra Kushwaha
16KatiharNCP
Tariq Anwar
17KhagariaLJP
Choudhary Mahboob Ali Kaiser
18KishanganjINC
Mohammad Asrarul Haque
19MadhepuraRJD
Rajesh Ranjan @ Pappu Yadav
20MadhubaniBJP
Hukm Deo Narayan Yadav
21MaharajganjBJP
Janardan Singh "sigriwal"
22MungerLJP
Veena Devi
23MuzaffarpurBJP
Ajay Nishad
24NalandaJD(U)
Kaushlendra Kumar
25NawadaBJP
Giriraj Singh
26Paschim ChamparanBJP
Dr Sanjay Jaiswal
27PataliputraBJP
Ram Kripal Yadav
28Patna SahibBJP
Shatrughana Sinha
29PurniaJD(U)
Santosh Kumar
30Purvi ChamparanBJP
Radha Mohan Singh
31SamastipurLJP
Ram Chandra Paswan
32SaranBJP
Rajiv Pratap Rudy
33SasaramBJP
Chhedi Paswan
34SheoharBJP
Rama Devi
35SitamarhiBLSP
Ram Kumar Sharma
36SiwanBJP
Om Prakash Yadav
37SupaulINC
Ranjeet Ranjan
38UjiarpurBJP
Nityanand Rai
39VaishaliLJP
Rama Kishore Singh
40Valmiki NagarBJP
Satish Chandra Dubey
Chandigarh
1ChandigarhBJP
Kirron Kher
Chattisgarh
1BastarBJP
Dinesh Kashyap
2BilaspurBJP
Lakhan Lal Sahu
3DurgINC
Tamradhwaj Sahu
4Janjgir-champaBJP
Kamla Patle
5KankerBJP
Vikram Usendi
6KorbaBJP
Dr Banshilal Mahto
7MahasamundBJP
Chandu Lal Sahu (chandu Bhaiya)
8RaigarhBJP
Vishnu Deo Sai
9RaipurBJP
Ramesh Bais
10RajnandgaonBJP
Abhishek Singh
11SargujaBJP
Kamalbhan Singh Marabi
Dadra & Nagar Haveli
1Dadar & Nagar HaveliBJP
Patel Natubhai Gomanbhai
Daman & Diu
1Daman & DiuBJP
Patel Lalubhai Babubhai
Goa
1North GoaBJP
Shripad Yesso Naik
2South GoaBJP
Adv Narendra Keshav Sawaikar
Gujarat
1Ahmedabad EastBJP
Paresh Rawal
2Ahmedabad WestBJP
Dr Kirit P Solanki
3AmreliBJP
Kachhadiya Naranbhai Bhikhabhai
4AnandBJP
Dilip Patel
5BanaskanthaBJP
Chaudhary Haribhai Parthibhai
6BardoliBJP
Vasava Parbhubhai Nagarbhai
7BharuchBJP
Vasava Mansukhbhai Dhanjibhai
8BhavnagarBJP
Dr Bharatiben Dhirubhai Shiyal
9Chhota UdaipurBJP
Ramsinh Rathwa
10DahodBJP
Jasvantsinh Sumanbhai Bhabhor
11GandhinagarBJP
L K Advani
12JamnagarBJP
Poonamben Hematbhai Maadam
13JunagadhBJP
Chudasama Rajeshbhai Naranbhai
14KachchhBJP
Chavda Vinod Lakhamashi
15KhedaBJP
Chauhan Devusinh Jesingbhai (chauhan Devusinh)
16MahesanaBJP
Patel Jayshreeben Kanubhai
17NavsariBJP
C R Patil
18PanchmahalBJP
Chauhan Prabhatsinh Pratapsinh
19PatanBJP
Liladharbhai Khodaji Vaghela
20PorbandarBJP
Radadiya Vithalbhai Hansrajbhai
21RajkotBJP
Kundariya Mohanbhai Kalyanjibhai
22SabarkanthaBJP
Rathod Dipsinh Shankarsinh
23SuratBJP
Darshana Vikram Jardosh
24SurendranagarBJP
Fatepara Devajibhai Govindbhai
25VadodaraBJP
Narendra Modi
26ValsadBJP
Dr K C Patel
Haryana
1AmbalaBJP
Rattan Lal Kataria
2Bhiwani-mahendragarhBJP
Dharambir S/o Bhale Ram
3FaridabadBJP
Krishan Pal
4GurgaonBJP
Inderjit Singh Rao
5HisarINLD
Dushyant Chautala
6KarnalBJP
Ashwini Kumar
7KurukshetraBJP
Raj Kumar Saini
8RohtakINC
Deepender Singh Hooda
9SirsaINLD
Charanjeet Singh Rori
10SonipatBJP
Ramesh Chander
Himachal Pradesh
1HamirpurBJP
Anurag Singh Thakur
2KangraBJP
Shanta Kumar
3MandiBJP
Ram Swaroop Sharma
4ShimlaBJP
Virender Kashyap
Jammu & Kashmir
1AnantnagJKPDP
Mehbooba Mufti
2BaramullaJKPDP
Muzaffar Hussain Baig
3JammuBJP
Jugal Kishore
4LadakhBJP
Thupstan Chhewang
5SrinagarJKPDP
Tariq Hameed Karra
6UdhampurBJP
Dr Jitendra Singh
Jharkhand
1ChatraBJP
Sunil Kumar Singh
2DhanbadBJP
Pashupati Nath Singh
3DumkaJMM
Shibu Soren
4GiridihBJP
Ravindra Kumar Pandey
5GoddaBJP
Nishikant Dubey
6HazaribaghBJP
Jayant Sinha
7JamshedpurBJP
Bidyut Baran Mahato
8KhuntiBJP
Karia Munda
9KodarmaBJP
Ravindra Kr Ray
10LohardagaBJP
Sudarshan Bhagat
11PalamauBJP
Vishnu Dayal Ram
12RajmahalJMM
Vijay Kumar Hansdak
13RanchiBJP
Ram Tahal Choudhary
14SinghbhumBJP
Laxman Giluwa
Karnataka
1BagalkotBJP
Gaddigoudar Parvtagouda Chandanagouda
2Bangalore CentralBJP
P C Mohan
3Bangalore NorthBJP
D V Sadananda Gowda
4Bangalore RuralINC
D K Suresh
5Bangalore SouthBJP
Ananth Kumar
6BelgaumBJP
Angadi Suresh Channabasappa
7BellaryBJP
B Sreeramulu
8BidarBJP
Bhagwanth Khuba
9BijapurBJP
Ramesh Jigajinagi
10ChamarajanagarINC
R Dhruvanarayana
11ChikkballapurINC
M Veerappa Moily
12ChikkodiINC
Prakash Babanna Hukkeri
13ChitradurgaINC
B N Chandrappa
14Dakshina KannadaBJP
Nalin Kumar Kateel
15DavanagereBJP
G M Siddeshwara
16DharwadBJP
Pralhad Joshi
17GulbargaINC
Mallikarjun Kharge
18HassanJD(S)
H D Devegowda
19HaveriBJP
Udasi Shivakumar Channabasappa
20KolarINC
K H Muniyappa
21KoppalBJP
Karadi Sanganna Amarappa
22MandyaJD(S)
C S Puttaraju
23MysoreBJP
Prathap Simha
24RaichurINC
B V Nayak
25ShimogaBJP
B S Yeddyurappa
26TumkurINC
Muddahanumegow Da S P
27Udupi ChikmagalurBJP
Shobha Karandlaje
28Uttara KannadaBJP
Anantkumar Hegde
Kerala
1AlappuzhaINC
K C Venugopal
2AlathurCPM
P K Biju
3AttingalCPM
Dr A Sampath
4ChalakudyIND
Innocent
5ErnakulamINC
Prof K V Thomas
6IdukkiIND
Adv Joice George
7KannurCPM
P K Sreemathi Teacher
8KasaragodCPM
P Karunakaran
9KollamRSP
N K Premachandra N
10KottayamKEC(M)
Jose K Mani
11KozhikodeINC
M K Raghavan
12MalappuramIUML
E Ahamed
13MavelikkaraINC
Kodikunnil Suresh
14PalakkadCPM
M B Rajesh
15PathanamthittaINC
Anto Antony
16PonnaniIUML
E T Mohammed Basheer
17ThiruvananthapuramINC
Dr Shashi Tharoor
18ThrissurCPI
C N Jayadevan
19VadakaraINC
Mullappally Ramachandran
20WayanadINC
M I Shanavas
Lakshadweep
1LakshadweepNCP
Mohammed Faizal P P
Madhya Pradesh
1BalaghatBJP
Bodhsingh Bhagat
2BetulBJP
Jyoti Dhurve
3BhindBJP
Dr Bhagirath Prasad
4BhopalBJP
Alok Sanjar
5ChhindwaraINC
Kamal Nath
6DamohBJP
Prahalad Singh Patel
7DewasBJP
Manohar Untwal
8DharBJP
Savitri Thakur
9GunaINC
Jyotiraditya M Scindia
10GwaliorBJP
Narendra Singh Tomar
11HoshangabadBJP
Uday Pratap Singh
12IndoreBJP
Sumitra Mahajan (tai)
13JabalpurBJP
Rakesh Singh
14KhajurahoBJP
Nagendra Singh
15KhandwaBJP
Nandkumar Singh Chouhan (nandu Bhaiya)
16KhargoneBJP
Subhash Patel
17MandlaBJP
Faggan Singh Kulaste
18MandsourBJP
Sudhir Gupta
19MorenaBJP
Anoop Mishra
20RajgarhBJP
Rodmal Nagar
21RatlamBJP
Dileepsingh Bhuria
22RewaBJP
Janardan Mishra
23SagarBJP
Laxmi Narayan Yadav
24SatnaBJP
Ganesh Singh
25ShahdolBJP
Dalpat Singh Paraste
26SidhiBJP
Riti Pathak
27TikamgarhBJP
Dr Virendra Kumar
28UjjainBJP
Prof Chintamani Malviya
29VidishaBJP
Sushma Swaraj
Maharashtra
1AhmadnagarBJP
Gandhi Dilipkumar Mansukhlal
2AkolaBJP
Dhotre Sanjay Shamrao
3AmravatiSHS
Adsul Anandrao Vithoba
4AurangabadSHS
Chandrakant Bhaurao Khaire
5BaramatiNCP
Supriya Sule
6BeedBJP
Munde Gopinathrao Pandurang
7Bhandara - GondiyaBJP
Nanabhau Falgunrao Patole
8BhiwandiBJP
Kapil Moreshwar Patil
9BuldhanaSHS
Jadhav Prataprao Ganpatrao
10ChandrapurBJP
Ahir Hansraj Gangaram
11DhuleBJP
Dr Bhamre Subhash Ramrao
12DindoriBJP
Chavan Harishchandra Deoram
13Gadchiroli-chimurBJP
Ashok Mahadeorao Nete
14HatkanangleSWP
Raju Shetty
15HingoliINC
Rajeev Shankarrao Satav
16JalgaonBJP
A T Nana Patil
17JalnaBJP
Danve Raosaheb Dadarao
18KalyanSHS
Dr Shrikant Eknath Shinde
19KolhapurNCP
Dhananjay Bhimrao Mahadik
20LaturBJP
Dr Sunil Baliram Gaikwad
21MadhaNCP
Mohite Patil Vijaysinh Shankarrao
22MavalSHS
Appa Alias Shrirang Chandu Barne
23Mumbai NorthBJP
Gopal Chinayya Shetty
24Mumbai North CentralBJP
Poonam Mahajan Alias Poonam Vajendla Rao
25Mumbai North EastBJP
Kirit Somaiya
26Mumbai North WestSHS
Gajanan Chandrakant Kirtikar
27Mumbai SouthSHS
Arvind Sawant
28Mumbai South CentralSHS
Rahul Ramesh Shewale
29NagpurBJP
Gadkari Nitin Jairam
30NandedINC
Ashok Shankarrao Chavan
31NandurbarBJP
Dr Gavit Heena Vijaykumar
32NashikSHS
Godse Hemant Tukaram
33OsmanabadSHS
Gaikwad Ravindra Vishwanath
34PalgharBJP
Adv Chintaman Navasha Wanga
35ParbhaniSHS
Jadhav Sanjay (bandu) Haribhau
36PuneBJP
Anil Shirole
37RaigadSHS
Anant Geete
38RamtekSHS
Krupal Balaji Tumane
39Ratnagiri - SindhudurgSHS
Vinayak Bhaurao Raut
40RaverBJP
Khadase Raksha Nikhil
41SangliBJP
Sanjaykaka Patil
42SataraNCP
Shrimant Chh Udayanraje Pratapsinha Bhonsale
43ShirdiSHS
Lokhande Sadashiv Kisan
44ShirurSHS
Adhalrao Shivaji Dattatrey
45SolapurBJP
Sharad Bansode
46ThaneSHS
Vichare Rajan Baburao
47WardhaBJP
Ramdas Chandrabhanji Tadas
48Yavatmal-washimSHS
Gawali Bhavana Pundlikrao
Manipur
1Inner ManipurINC
Dr Thokchom Meinya
2Outer ManipurINC
Thangso Baite
Meghalaya
1ShillongINC
Vincent H Pala
2TuraNPEP
Purno Agitok Sangma
Mizoram
1MizoramINC
C L Ruala
Nagaland
1NagalandNPF
Neiphiu Rio
Nct Of Delhi
1Chandni ChowkBJP
Dr Harsh Vardhan
2East DelhiBJP
Maheish Girri
3New DelhiBJP
Meenakashi Lekhi
4North East DelhiBJP
Manoj Tiwari
5North West DelhiBJP
Udit Raj
6South DelhiBJP
Ramesh Bidhuri
7West DelhiBJP
Parvesh Sahib Singh Verma
Orissa
1AskaBJD
Ladu Kishore Swain
2BalasoreBJD
Rabindra Kumar Jena
3BargarhBJD
Prabhas Kumar Singh
4BerhampurBJD
Sidhant Mohapatra
5BhadrakBJD
Arjun Charan Sethi
6BhubaneswarBJD
Prasanna Kumar Patasani
7BolangirBJD
Kalikesh Narayan Singh Deo
8CuttackBJD
Bhartruhari Mahatab
9DhenkanalBJD
Tathagata Satpathy
10JagatsinghpurBJD
Kulamani Samal
11JajpurBJD
Rita Tarai
12KalahandiBJD
Arka Keshari Deo
13KandhamalBJD
Hemendra Chandra Singh
14KendraparaBJD
Baijayant Panda
15KeonjharBJD
Sakuntala Laguri
16KoraputBJD
Jhina Hikaka
17MayurbhanjBJD
Rama Chandra Hansdah
18NabarangpurBJD
Balabhadra Majhi
19PuriBJD
Pinaki Misra
20SambalpurBJD
Nagendra Kumar Pradhan
21SundargarhBJP
Jual @ Juel Oram
Puducherry
1PuducherryAINRC
R Radhakrishnan
Punjab
1AmritsarINC
Captain Amarinder Singh
2Anandpur SahibSAD
Prem Singh Chandumajra
3BathindaSAD
Harsimrat Kaur Badal
4FaridkotAAAP
Prof Sadhu Singh
5Fatehgarh SahibAAAP
Harinder Singh Khalsa
6FirozpurSAD
Sher Singh Ghubaya
7GurdaspurBJP
Vinod Khanna
8HoshiarpurBJP
Vijay Sampla
9JalandharINC
Santokh Singh Chaudhary
10Khadoor SahibSAD
Ranjit Singh Brahmpura
11LudhianaINC
Ravneet Singh Bittu
12PatialaAAAP
Dr Dharam Vira Gandhi
13SangrurAAAP
Bhagwant Mann
Rajasthan
1AjmerBJP
Sanwar Lal Jat
2AlwarBJP
Chand Nath
3BanswaraBJP
Manshankar Ninama
4BarmerBJP
Col Sona Ram
5BharatpurBJP
Bahadur Singh Koli
6BhilwaraBJP
Subhash Baheria
7BikanerBJP
Arjun Ram Meghwal
8ChittorgarhBJP
Chandra Prakash Joshi
9ChuruBJP
Rahul Kaswan
10DausaBJP
Harish Chandra Meena
11GanganagarBJP
Nihalchand
12JaipurBJP
Ramcharan Bohara
13Jaipur RuralBJP
Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore
14JaloreBJP
Devji Patel
15Jhalawar-baranBJP
Dushyant Singh
16JhunjhunuBJP
Santosh Ahlawat
17JodhpurBJP
Gajendrasingh Shekhawat
18Karauli-dholpurBJP
Manoj Rajoriya
19KotaBJP
Om Birla
20NagaurBJP
C R Choudhary
21PaliBJP
P P Chaudhary
22RajsamandBJP
Hariom Singh Rathore
23SikarBJP
Sumedhanand Saraswati
24Tonk-sawai MadhopurBJP
Sukhbir Singh Jaunapuria
25UdaipurBJP
Arjunlal Meena
Sikkim
1SikkimSDF
Prem Das Rai
Tamil Nadu
1ArakkonamADMK
Hari, G
2AraniADMK
V Elumalai
3Chennai CentralADMK
S R Vijayakumar
4Chennai NorthADMK
Venkatesh Babu T G
5Chennai SouthADMK
Dr J Jayavardhan
6ChidambaramADMK
Chandrakasi, M
7CoimbatoreADMK
Nagarajan, P
8CuddaloreADMK
Arunmozhithevan A
9DharmapuriPMK
Anbumani Ramadoss
10DindigulADMK
Udhaya Kumar M
11ErodeADMK
Selvakumara Chinnayan S
12KallakurichiADMK
Kamaraj K
13KancheepuramADMK
Maragatham K
14KanniyakumariBJP
Radhakrishnan P
15KarurADMK
Thambidurai,m
16KrishnagiriADMK
Ashok Kumar K
17MaduraiADMK
R Gopalakrishnan
18MayiladuthuraiADMK
Bharathi Mohan R K
19NagapattinamADMK
Gopal Dr K
20NamakkalADMK
Sundaram P R
21NilgirisADMK
Gopalakrishnan, C
22PerambalurADMK
Marutharajaa, R P
23PollachiADMK
Mahendran C
24RamanathapuramADMK
Anwar Raajhaa A
25SalemADMK
Pannerselvam V
26SivagangaADMK
Senthilnathan Pr
27SriperumbudurADMK
Ramachandran, K N Thiru
28TenkasiADMK
Vasanthi M
29ThanjavurADMK
Parasuraman K
30TheniADMK
Parthipan, R
31ThiruvallurADMK
Venugopal P (dr)
32ThoothukkudiADMK
Jeyasingh Thiyagaraj Natterjee J
33TiruchirappalliADMK
Kumar P
34TirunelveliADMK
Prabakaran K R P
35TiruppurADMK
V Sathyabama
36TiruvannamalaiADMK
Vanaroja R
37VelloreADMK
Senguttuvan, B
38ViluppuramADMK
Rajendran S
39VirudhunagarADMK
Radhakrishnan T
Tripura
1Tripura EastCPM
Jitendra Chaudhury
2Tripura WestCPM
Sankar Prasad Datta
Uttar Pradesh
1AgraBJP
Dr Ram Shankar Katheria
2AkbarpurBJP
Devendra Singh @ Bhole Singh
3AligarhBJP
Satish Kumar
4AllahabadBJP
Shyama Charan Gupta
5Ambedkar NagarBJP
Hari Om Pandey
6AmethiINC
Rahul Gandhi
7AmrohaBJP
Kanwar Singh Tanwar
8AonlaBJP
Dharmendra Kumar
9AzamgarhSP
Mulayam Singh Yadav
10BadaunSP
Dharmendra Yadav
11BaghpatBJP
Dr Satya Pal Singh
12BahraichBJP
Sadhvi Savitri Bai Foole
13BalliaBJP
Bharat Singh
14BandaBJP
Bhairon Prasad Mishra
15BansgaonBJP
Kamlesh Paswan
16BarabankiBJP
Priyanka Singh Rawat
17BareillyBJP
Santosh Kumar Gangwar
18BastiBJP
Harish Chandra Alias Harish Dwivedi
19BhadohiBJP
Virendra Singh
20BijnorBJP
Kunwar Bhartendra
21BulandshahrBJP
Bhola Singh
22ChandauliBJP
Dr Mahendra Nath Pandey
23DeoriaBJP
Kalraj Mishra
24DhaurahraBJP
Rekha
25DomariyaganjBJP
Jagdambika Pal
26EtahBJP
Rajveer Singh (raju Bhaiya)
27EtawahBJP
Ashok Kumar Doharey
28FaizabadBJP
Lallu Singh
29FarrukhabadBJP
Mukesh Rajput
30FatehpurBJP
Niranjan Jyoti
31Fatehpur SikriBJP
Babulal
32FirozabadSP
Akshay Yadav
33Gautam Buddha NagarBJP
Dr Mahesh Sharma
34GhaziabadBJP
Vijay Kumar Singh
35GhazipurBJP
Manoj Sinha
36GhosiBJP
Harinarayan Rajbhar
37GondaBJP
Kirti Vardhan Singh
38GorakhpurBJP
Adityanath
39HamirpurBJP
Kunwar Pushpendra Singh Chandel
40HardoiBJP
Anshul Verma
41HathrasBJP
Rajesh Kumar Diwaker
42JalaunBJP
Bhanu Pratap Singh Verma
43JaunpurBJP
Krishna Pratap ''''''''k P ''''''''
44JhansiBJP
Uma Bharati
45KairanaBJP
Hukum Singh
46KaiserganjBJP
Brij Bhusan Sharan Singh
47KannaujSP
Dimple Yadav
48KanpurBJP
Dr Murli Manohar Joshi
49KaushambiBJP
Vinod Kumar Sonkar
50KheriBJP
Ajay Kumar
51Kushi NagarBJP
Rajesh Pandey Urf Guddu
52LalganjBJP
Neelam Sonkar
53LucknowBJP
Raj Nath Singh
54MachhlishahrBJP
Ram Charitra Nishad
55MaharajganjBJP
Pankaj
56MainpuriSP
Mulayam Singh Yadav
57MathuraBJP
Hema Malini
58MeerutBJP
Rajendra Agarwal
59MirzapurAD
Anupriya Singh Patel
60MisrikhBJP
Anju Bala
61MohanlalganjBJP
Kaushal Kishore
62MoradabadBJP
Kunwer Sarvesh Kumar
63MuzaffarnagarBJP
(dr ) Sanjeev Kumar Balyan
64NaginaBJP
Yashwant Singh
65PhulpurBJP
Keshav Prasad Maurya
66PilibhitBJP
Maneka Sanjay Gandhi
67PratapgarhAD
Kuwar Harivansh Singh
68Rae BareliINC
Sonia Gandhi
69RampurBJP
Dr Nepal Singh
70RobertsganjBJP
Chhotelal
71SaharanpurBJP
Raghav Lakhanpal
72SalempurBJP
Ravindra Kushawaha
73SambhalBJP
Satyapal Singh
74Sant Kabir NagarBJP
Sharad Tripathi
75ShahjahanpurBJP
Krishna Raj
76ShrawastiBJP
Daddan Mishra
77SitapurBJP
Rajesh Verma
78SultanpurBJP
Feroze Varun Gandhi
79UnnaoBJP
Sakshi Maharaj
80VaranasiBJP
Narendra Modi
Uttarakhand
1AlmoraBJP
Ajay Tamta
2GarhwalBJP
(maj Gen (retd ) ) Bhuwan Chandra Khanduri (avsm)
3HardwarBJP
Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank
4Nainital-udhamsingh NagarBJP
Bhagat Singh Koshyari
5Tehri GarhwalBJP
Mala Rajya Laxmi Shah
West Bengal
1AlipurduarsAITC
Dasrath Tirkey
2ArambaghAITC
Aparupa Poddar (afrin Ali)
3AsansolBJP
Babul Supriya Baral (babul Supriyo)
4BaharampurINC
Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury
5BalurghatAITC
Arpita Ghosh
6BangaonAITC
Kapil Krishna Thakur
7BankuraAITC
Sreemati Dev Varma (moon Moon Sen)
8BarasatAITC
Dr Kakali Ghoshdostidar
9Bardhaman PurbaAITC
Sunil Kumar Mondal
10BarrackporeAITC
Dinesh Trivedi
11BasirhatAITC
Idris Ali
12BirbhumAITC
Satabdi Roy
13BishnupurAITC
Khan Saumitra
14BolpurAITC
Anupam Hazra
15Burdwan - DurgapurAITC
Dr Mamtaz Sanghamita
16Cooch BeharAITC
Renuka Sinha
17DarjeelingBJP
S S Ahluwalia
18Diamond HarbourAITC
Abhishek Banerjee
19Dum DumAITC
Saugata Roy
20GhatalAITC
Adhikari Deepak (dev)
21HooghlyAITC
Dr Ratna De (nag)
22HowrahAITC
Prasun Banerjee
23JadavpurAITC
Sugata Bose
24JalpaiguriAITC
Bijoy Chandra Barman
25JangipurINC
Abhijit Mukherjee
26JhargramAITC
Uma Saren
27JoynagarAITC
Pratima Mondal
28KanthiAITC
Adhikari Sisir Kumar
29Kolkata DakshinAITC
Subrata Bakshi
30Kolkata UttarAITC
Sudip Bandyopadhyay
31KrishnanagarAITC
Tapas Paul
32Maldaha DakshinINC
Abu Hasem Khan Chowdhury
33Maldaha UttarINC
Mausam Noor
34MathurapurAITC
Choudhury Mohan Jatua
35MedinipurAITC
Sandhya Roy
36MurshidabadCPM
Badaruddoza Khan
37PuruliaAITC
Dr Mriganka Mahato
38RaiganjCPM
Md Salim
39RanaghatAITC
Tapas Mandal
40SrerampurAITC
Kalyan Banerjee
41TamlukAITC
Adhikari Suvendu
42UluberiaAITC
Sultan Ahmed
2009 15th Lok Sabha Election Result
Sr NoPartySeats
1INC
Indian National Congress
206
2BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
116
3SP
Samajwadi Party
23
4BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
21
5JD(U)
Janata Dal (united)
20
6AITC
All India Trinamool Congress
19
7DMK
Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
18
8CPM
Communist Party Of India (marxist)
16
9BJD
Biju Janata Dal
14
10SHS
Shivsena
11
11ADMK
All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
9
12NCP
Nationalist Congress Party
9
13IND
Independent
9
14TDP
Telugu Desam
6
15RLD
Rashtriya Lok Dal
5
16RJD
Rashtriya Janata Dal
4
17SAD
Shiromani Akali Dal
4
18CPI
Communist Party Of India
4
19JD(S)
Janata Dal (secular)
3
20JKN
Jammu & Kashmir National Conference
3
21RSP
Revolutionary Socialist Party
2
22TRS
Telangana Rashtra Samithi
2
23JMM
Jharkhand Mukti Morcha
2
24MUL
Muslim League Kerala State Committee
2
25AIFB
All India Forward Bloc
2
26SWP
Swabhimani Paksha
1
27BVA
Bahujan Vikas Aaghadi
1
28NPF
Nagaland Peoples Front
1
29AUDF
Assam United Democratic Front
1
30KEC(M)
Kerala Congress (m)
1
31SDF
Sikkim Democratic Front
1
32JVM
Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (prajatantrik)
1
33VCK
Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi
1
34MDMK
Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
1
35AIMIM
All India Majlis-e-ittehadul Muslimeen
1
36HJCBL
Haryana Janhit Congress (bl)
1
37AGP
Asom Gana Parishad
1
38BOPF
Bodaland Peoples Front
1
Total543
2004 14th Lok Sabha Election Result
Sr NoPartySeats
1INC
Indian National Congress
145
2BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
138
3CPM
Communist Party Of India (marxist)
43
4SP
Samajwadi Party
36
5RJD
Rashtriya Janata Dal
24
6BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
19
7DMK
Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
16
8SHS
Shivsena
12
9BJD
Biju Janata Dal
11
10CPI
Communist Party Of India
10
11NCP
Nationalist Congress Party
9
12SAD
Shiromani Akali Dal
8
13JD(U)
Janata Dal (united)
8
14PMK
Pattali Makkal Katchi
6
15JMM
Jharkhand Mukti Morcha
5
16TDP
Telugu Desam
5
17TRS
Telangana Rashtra Samithi
5
18IND
Independent
5
19MDMK
Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
4
20LJNSP
Lok Jan Shakti Party
4
21RLD
Rashtriya Lok Dal
3
22RSP
Revolutionary Socialist Party
3
23AIFB
All India Forward Bloc
3
24JD(S)
Janata Dal (secular)
3
25AGP
Asom Gana Parishad
2
26JKN
Jammu & Kashmir National Conference
2
27AITC
All India Trinamool Congress
2
28AIMIM
All India Majlis-e-ittehadul Muslimeen
1
29NLP
National Loktantrik Party
1
30BNP
Bharatiya Navshakti Party
1
31JKPDP
Jammu & Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party
1
32RPI(A)
Republican Party Of India(a)
1
33KEC
Kerala Congress
1
34MUL
Muslim League Kerala State Committee
1
35MNF
Mizo National Front
1
36NPF
Nagaland Peoples Front
1
37SDF
Sikkim Democratic Front
1
38IFDP
Indian Federal Democratic Party
1
39SJP(R)
Samajwadi Janata Party(rashtriya)
1
Total543
1999 Thirteenth Lok Sabha Election Result
Sr NoPartySeats
1BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
182
2INC
Indian National Congress
114
3CPM
Communist Party Of India (marxist)
33
4TDP
Telugu Desam
29
5SP
Samajwadi Party
26
6JD(U)
Janata Dal (united)
21
7SHS
Shivsena
15
8BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
14
9DMK
Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
12
10BJD
Biju Janata Dal
10
11ADMK
All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
10
12AITC
All India Trinamool Congress
8
13NCP
Nationalist Congress Party
8
14RJD
Rashtriya Janata Dal
7
15IND
Independent
6
16INLD
Indian National Lok Dal
5
17PMK
Pattali Makkal Katchi
5
18JKN
Jammu & Kashmir National Conference
4
19CPI
Communist Party Of India
4
20MDMK
Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
4
21RSP
Revolutionary Socialist Party
3
22FBL
All India Forward Bloc
2
23ABLTC
Akhil Bhartiya Lok Tantrik Congress
2
24RLD
Rashtriya Lok Dal
2
25MUL
Muslim League Kerala State Committee
2
26SAD
Shiromani Akali Dal
2
27MSCP
Manipur State Congress Party
1
28SJP(R)
Samajwadi Janata Party (rashtriya)
1
29SDF
Sikkim Democratic Front
1
30SAD(M)
Shiromani Akali Dal (simranjit Singh Mann)
1
31MADMK
M.g.r.anna D.m.kazhagam
1
32PWPI
Peasants And Workers Party Of India
1
33KEC
Kerala Congress
1
34HVC
Himachal Vikas Congress
1
35CPI(ML)(L)
Communist Party Of India (marxist-lenninist) (liberation)
1
36AIMIM
All India Majlis-e-ittehadul Muslimeen
1
37KEC(M)
Kerala Congress (m)
1
38JD(S)
Janata Dal (secular)
1
39BBM
Bharipa Bahujan Mahasangha
1
Total543
1998 12th Lok Sabha Election Result
Sr NoPartySeats
1BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
182
2INC
Indian National Congress
141
3CPM
Communist Party Of India (marxist)
32
4SP
Samajwadi Party
20
5ADMK
All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
18
6RJD
Rashtriya Janata Dal
17
7SAP
Samata Party
12
8TDP
Telugu Desam Party
12
9CPI
Communist Party Of India
9
10BJD
Biju Janata Dal
9
11SAD
Shiromani Akali Dal
8
12WBTC
West Bengal Trinamool Congress
7
13DMK
Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
6
14JD
Janata Dal
6
15SHS
Shivsena
6
16IND
Independent
6
17RSP
Revolutionary Socialist Party
5
18BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
5
19RPI
Republican Party Of India
4
20HLD(R)
Haryana Lok Dal (rastriya)
4
21PMK
Pattali Makkal Katchi
4
22JKN
Jammu & Kashmir National Conference
3
23MDMK
Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
3
24TMC(M)
Tamil Maanila Congress (moopanar)
3
25LS
Lok Shakti
3
26MUL
Muslim League Kerala State Committee
2
27AC
Arunachal Congress
2
28FBL
All India Forward Bloc
2
29KEC(M)
Kerala Congress (m)
1
30ASDC
Autonomous State Demand Committee
1
31UMFA
United Minorities Front
1
32 Assam1
33AIRJP
All India Rashtriya Janata Party
1
34AIMIM
All India Majlis-e-ittehadul Muslimeen
1
35HVP
Haryana Vikas Party
1
36PWPI
Peasants And Workers Party Of India
1
37MSCP
Manipur State Congress Party
1
38AIIC(S)
All India Indira Congress (secular)
1
39SDF
Sikkim Democratic Front
1
40JP
Janata Party
1
41SJP(R)
Samajwadi Janata Party (rashtriya)
1
Total543
1996 Eleventh Lok Sabha Election Result
Sr NoPartySeats
1BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
161
2INC
Indian National Congress
140
3JD
Janata Dal
46
4CPM
Communist Party Of India (marxist)
32
5TMC(M)
Tamil Maanila Congress (moopanar)
20
6SP
Samajwadi Party
17
7DMK
Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
17
8TDP
Telugu Desam Party
16
9SHS
Shivsena
15
10CPI
Communist Party Of India
12
11BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
11
12IND
Independent
9
13SAD
Shiromani Akali Dal
8
14SAP
Samata Party
8
15AGP
Asom Gana Parishad
5
16RSP
Revolutionary Socialist Party
5
17AIIC(T)
All India Indira Congress (tiwari)
4
18HVP
Haryana Vikas Party
3
19FBL
All India Forward Bloc
3
20MUL
Muslim League
2
21KEC(M)
Kerala Congress(m)
1
22AIMIM
All India Majlis-e-ittehadul Muslimoon
1
23UGDP
United Goans Democratic Party
1
24ASDC
Autonomous State Demand Committee
1
25MAG
Maharashtrawadi Gomantak
1
26JMM
Jharkhand Mukti Morcha
1
27KCP
Karnataka Congress Party
1
28MPVC
Madhya Pradesh Vikas Congress
1
29SDF
Sikkim Democratic Front
1
Total543
1992 Tenth Lok Sabha Election Result
Sr NoPartySeats
1INC
Indian National Congress
12
2BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
1
Total13
1991 Tenth Lok Sabha Election Result
Sr NoPartySeats
1INC
Indian National Congress
232
2BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
120
3JD
Janata Dal
59
4CPM
Communist Party Of India (marxist)
35
5CPI
Communist Party Of India
14
6TDP
Telugu Desam
13
7ADK
All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
11
8JMM
Jharkhand Mukti Morcha
6
9JP
Janata Party
5
10RSP
Revolutionary Socialist Party
4
11SHS
Shivsena
4
12FBL
All India Forward Bloc
3
13MUL
Muslim League
2
14BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
2
15KCM
Kerala Congress (m)
1
16ADC
Autonomous State Demand Committee
1
17IND
Independent
1
18AGP
Asom Gana Parisad
1
19JD(G)
Janata Dal (gujrat)
1
20ICS(SCS)
Indian Congress (socialist-sarat Chandra Sinha)
1
21HVP
Haryana Vikas Party
1
22MRP
Manipur Peoples Party
1
23NPC
Nagaland Peoples Council
1
24SSP
Sikkim Sangram Parishad
1
25MIM
All India Majlist-e-ittehadul Muslimeen
1
Total521
1989 Ninth Lok Sabha Election Result
Sr NoPartySeats
1INC
Indian National Congress
197
2JD
Janata Dal
143
3BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party
85
4CPM
Communist Party Of India (marxist)
33
5IND
Independent
12
6CPI
Communist Party Of India
12
7ADK
All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
11
8SAD(M)
Shiromani Akali Dal (simranjit Singh Mann)
6
9RSP
Revolutionary Socialist Party
4
10JMM
Jharkhand Mukti Morcha
3
11FBL
All India Forward Block
3
12BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party
3
13JKN
Jammu & Kashmit National Conference
3
14TDP
Telugu Desam
2
15MUL
Muslim League
2
16ICS(SCS)
Indian Congress (socialist- Sarat Chandra Sinha)
1
17HMS
Akhil Bhartiya Hindu Mahasabha
1
18SSP
Sikkimsagram Parishad
1
19SHS
Shiv Sena
1
20IPF
Indian Peoples Front
1
21M-COR
Marxist (co-ordination)
1
22MAG
Maharashtrawadi Gomantak
1
23MIM
Allindia Majlis-e Ithehad-ul-mulimeen
1
24KCM
Kerala Congress(m)
1
25GNLF
Gorkha National Liberation Front
1
Total529
1985 Eighth Lok Sabha Election Result
Sr NoPartySeats
1INC
Indian National Congress
10
2IND
Independent
8
3SAD
Shiromani Akali Dal
7
4ICS
Indian Congress (socialist)
1
5PTC
Plains Tribals Council Of Assam
1
Total27
1984 Eighth Lok Sabha Election Result
Sr NoPartySeats
1INC
Indian National Congress
404
2TDP
Telugu Desam
30
3CPM
Communist Party Of India (marxist)
22
4ADK
All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
12
5JNP
Janata Party
10
6CPI
Communist Party Of India
6
7IND
Independent
5
8ICS
Indian Congress (socialist)
4
9RSP
Revolutionary Socialist Party
3
10JKN
Jammu & Kashmir Conference
3
11LKD
Lok Dal
3
12DMK
Dravida Mummetra Kazhagam
2
13BJP
Bharatiya Janta Party
2
14KCJ
Kerala Congress (j)
2
15MUL
Muslim League
2
16FBL
All India Forward Block
2
17ICJ
Indian Congress (j)
1
18PWP
Peasants And Workers Party Of India
1
Total514
1980 Seventh Lok Sabha Election Result
Sr NoPartySeats
1INC(I)
Indian National Congress (I)
353
2JNP(S)
Janta Party (secular)
41
3CPM
Communist Party Of India (marxist)
37
4JNP
Janta Party
31
5DMK
Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
16
6INC(U)
Indian National Congress (u)
13
7CPI
Communist Party Of India
10
8IND
Independents
9
9RSP
Revolutionary Socialist Party
4
10JKN
Jammu & Kashmir National Conference
3
11FBL
All India Forward Block
3
12MUL
Muslim League
2
13ADK
All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
2
14SAD
Shiromani Akali Dal
1
15MAG
Maharashtrawadi Gomantak
1
16JKD
Jharkhand Party
1
17KEC
Kerala Congress
1
18SJP
Sikkim Janata Parishad
1
Total529
1977 Sixth Lok Sabha Election Result
Sr NoPartySeats
1BLD
Bharatiya Lok Dal
295
2INC
Indian National Congress
154
3CPM
Communist Party Of India (marxist)
22
4ADK
All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
18
5IND
Independents
9
6SAD
Shiromani Akali Dal
9
7CPI
Communist Party Of India
7
8PWP
Peasants & Workers Party
5
9RSP
Revolutionary Socialist Party
4
10NCO
Indian National Congress (org)
3
11FBL
All India Forward Bloc
3
12DMK
Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
2
13KEC
Keral Congress
2
14JKN
Jammu & Kashmir National Conference
2
15RPK
Republician Party Of India (khobragade)
2
16MUL
Muslim League
2
17MAG
Maharashtrawadi Gomantak
1
18JKP
All India Jharkhand Party
1
19UDF
United Democratic Front
1
Total542
1971 Fifth Lok Sabha Election Result
Sr NoPartySeats
1INC
Indian National Congress
352
2CPM
Communist Party Of India (marxist)
25
3CPI
Communist Party Of India
23
4DMK
Dravida Munnetra Kazhagamq
23
5BJS
Bharatiya Jana Sangh
22
6NCO
Indian National Congress (organisation)
16
7IND
Independents
14
8TPS
Telangana Praja Samithi
10
9SWA
Swatantra Party
8
10RSP
Revolutionary Socialist Party
3
11SSP
Samyukta Socialist Party
3
12KEC
Kerala Congress
3
13MUL
Muslim League
2
14FBL
Forward Block
2
15PSP
Praja Socialist Party
2
16BKD
Bharatiya Kranti Dal
1
17SAD
Shiromani Akali Dal
1
18UTC
Utkal Congress
1
19UFN
United Front Of Nagaland
1
20RPG
Republican Party Of India
1
21JKP
All India Jharkhand Party
1
22UGS
United Goans (sequeira Group)
1
23AHL
All Party Hill Leaders Conference
1
24VHP
Vishal Haryana
1
25BAC
Bangla Congress
1
Total518
1967 Fourth Lok Sabha Election Result
Sr NoPartySeats
1INC
Indian National Congress
283
2SWA
Swatantra Party
44
3BJS
Bharatiya Jana Sangh
35
4IND
Independent
35
5DMK
Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
25
6CPI
Communist Party of India
23
7SSP
Samyukta Socialist Party
23
8CPM
Communist Party of India (Marxist)
19
9PSP
Praja Socialist Party
13
10BAC
Bangla Congress
5
11ADS
Akali Dal - Sant Fateh Singh Group
3
12FBL
Forward Bloc
2
13MUL
Muslim League
2
14PWP
Peasants & Workers Party
2
15AHL
All Party Hill Leaders Conference
1
16JKD
Jana Kranti Dal
1
17JKN
Jammu & Kashmir National Conference
1
18NNO
Nagaland Nationalist Organisation
1
19RPI
Republican Party of India
1
20UGS
United Goans - Seqveria Group
1
Total520
1962 Third Lok Sabha Election Result
Sr NoPartySeats
1INC
Congress
361
2CPI
Communist Party of India
29
3IND
Independent
20
4SWA
Swatantra Party
18
5JS
Jan Sangh
14
6PSP
Praja Socialist Party
12
7DMK
Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
7
8SOC
Socialist
6
9GP
Gantantra Parishad
4
10AD
Akali Dal
3
11JP
3
12REP
Republican Party
3
13FB
Forward Bloc
2
14LSS
Lok Sewak Sangh
2
15ML
Muslim League
2
16RRP
Ram Rajya Parishad
2
17RSP
Revolutionary Socialist Party
2
18HLC
1
19HLS
Haryana Lok Samiti
1
20HMS
Hindu Mahasabha
1
21NJP
Nutan Maha Gujarat Janta Parishad
1
Total494
1957 Second Lok Sabha Election Result
Sr NoPartySeats
1INC
Indian National Congress
371
2IND
Independent
42
3CPI
Communist Party of India
27
4PSP
Praja Socialist Party
19
5GP
Ganatantra Parishad
7
6JHP
Jharkhand Party
6
7SCF
All India Scheduled Caste Federation
6
8BJS
All India Bhartiya Jan Sangh
4
9PWP
Peasants & Workers Party
4
10CNSPJP
Chota Nagpur Santhal Parganas Janata Party
3
11FBM
Forward Bloc (Marxist)
2
12PDF
Peoples Democratic Front
2
13HMS
Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha
1
Total494
1951 First Lok Sabha Election Result
Sr NoPartySeats
1INC
Indian National Congress
364
2IND
Independent
37
3CPI
Communist Party of India
16
4SP
Socialist Party
12
5KMPP
Kisan Mazdoor Praja Party
9
6PDF
Peoples Democratic Front
7
7GP
All India Gantantra Parishad
6
8HMS
Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha
4
9SAD
Shiromani Akali Dal
4
10TNT
Tamil Nadu Toilers Party
4
11BJS
All India Bhartiya Jan Sangh
3
12CWL
Common Weal Party
3
13JHP
Jharkhand Party
3
14RRP
Akhil Bharatiya Ram Rajya Parishad
3
15RSP
Revolutionary Socialist Party
3
16LSS
Lok Sewak Sangh
2
17PWP
Peasants & Workers Party
2
18SCF
All India Scheduled Caste Federation
2
19CNSPJP
Chota Nagpur Santhal Parganas Janta Party
1
20FBL(MG)
Forward Bloc (Marxist Group)
1
21KLP
Krishikar Lok Party
1
22ML
Madras State Muslim League Party
1
23TTC
Travancore Tamil Nadu Congress Party
1
Total489

Lok Sabha

  • India is a country which follows parliamentary democracy for its functioning. People of the country participate in decision-making of government through the institution of the parliament. The President, the Rajya Sabha and the Lok Sabha collectively makes Parliament of India.

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  • Parliament (Sansad) has two houses, the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha. Members of the Lok Sabha are directly elected by the people through the general elections in the country. Due to this it sometimes referred as ‘House of The People’. As shown in the above image, it is at lowest level of hierarchy in law-making and has more power. Lok Sabha initiates the formation of a law for the people and once accepted by majority members of the house, it is sent to the Rajya Sabha, and then to the president for acceptance. Hence it is also called as ‘The Lower House’ of the parliament and the Rajya Sabha as ‘Upper House’.

  • Total number of seats in Lok Sabha?

    Members of the Lok Sabha form a government in the country. They are direct representatives of the people in the house. They are elected usually after each five-year term. Election commission of India (ECI) conducts general elections in the country to elect members of the Lok Sabha. For this it divides entire country into different constituencies which are termed as ‘Lok Sabha Seats’ or ‘Parliamentary Constituencies (PC)’. Currently Lok Sabha has representation from 543 constituencies. 2 Anglo-Indian members are allowed to be nominated by president in the house.

  • Who can become member of the Lok Sabha?

    Any Indian citizen willing to represent a constituency can file his nomination as a candidate on the prescribed date by ECI. People from these constituencies, then poll their vote to choose one candidate among several as their lok sabha representative for respective constituencies. These elected representatives become members of the parliament (MPs). Minimum age required to file nomination for a Lok Sabha seat is 25.

  • How is government formed in India?

    Generally candidates are either from a party or independent. Party is a group of people having same ideology. After the election, if a party or a group has support from majority number of MPs, it can form a government. To form a government there is a need of support from atleast 272 Lok Sabha members.

  • Who can become prime minister of india?

    Group or party forming the government in the lower house, then choose a head leader to represent government. This main leader of the government becomes the prime minister (PM) of the country.

    PM should necessarily be member of the parliament i.e. either from the upper house (rajya sabha) or from the lower house (lok sabha). If the leader is not the member of any house of parliament, he still can become the PM, but he needs to get the membership within 6 month. Minimum age required is 25 for lower house members. For the member of rajya sabha minimum age requirement is 30 to become PM.


  • List of all the Prime Ministers of India


    • Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru became first Prime Minister of India on 15 August 1947. Till now, there has been total fourteen Prime Ministers excluding two time acting PM Gulzarilal Nanda. Below is the complete updated list of all the Prime Minister of India in chronological order.


    Sr NoPMPeriod
    1Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru15 August 1947 - 27 May 1964
    -Gulzarilal Nanda27 May 1964 - 9 June 1964
    2Lal Bahadur Shastri9 June 1964 - 11 January 1966
    -Gulzarilal Nanda11 January 1966 -24 January 1966
    3Indira Gandhi24 January 1966 – 24 March 1977
    4Morarji Desai24 March 1977 – 28 July 1979
    5Chaudhary Charan Singh28 July 1979 – 14 January 1980
    -Indira Gandhi14 January 1980 – 31 October 1984
    6Rajiv Gandhi31 October 1984 – 2 December 1989
    7V P Singh2 December 1989 – 10 November 1990
    8Chandra Shekhar10 November 1990 – 21 June 1991
    9P. V. Narasimha Rao21 June 1991 – 16 May 1996
    10Atal Bihari Vajpayee16 May 1996 - 1 June 1996
    11H. D. Deve Gowda1 June 1996 – 21 April 1997
    12Inder Kumar Gujral21 April 1997 – 19 March 1998
    -Atal Bihari Vajpayee19 March 1998 – 22 May 2004
    13Manmohan Singh22 May 2004 – 26 May 2014
    14Narendra Modi26 May 2014 - present
    1. Jawaharlal Nehru

      Jawaharlal Nehru
      PM: 15 August 1947 – 27 May 1964
      • Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was the first prime minister of India, freedom fighter and a leader of Congress. Lord Mountbatten appointed him as PM of India on 15 August 1947. Till 15 April 1952, he served India as appointed PM through Indian Constituent Assembly.

        India's first general election for the first lok sabha was held in 1951. He contested his first election from a parliamentary constituency known as 'Allahabad District (East) - Jaunpur District (West)'. Later, in 1957 lok sabha election, this constituency was renamed to Phulpur (Uttar Pradesh). In 1951 he won this seat with total 233571 (38.73%) votes. In 1957 he got total 227448 (36.87%) votes.

        Election result of 1951 gave Indian National Congress 364 seats out of total 489 seats and 44.99% votes. Nehruji became PM in first Lok Sabha and served nation in his second term from 15 April 1952 to 17 April 1957.

      Details of Terms
      TermStartEnd
      1st15 August 194715 April 1952
      2nd15 April 195217 April 1957
      3rd17 April 19572 April 1962
      4th2 April 196227 May 1964
      Lok Sabha Election Results of Jawaharlal Nehru
      ElectionConstituencyVotes & % votes
      First Lok Sabha (1951)Allahabad Distt (East)- Jaunpur Distt (West)INC
      233571
      38.73%
      Second Lok Sabha (1957)PhulpurINC
      227448
      36.87%
      Third Lok Sabha (1962)PhulpurINC
      118931
      61.62%

    2. Gulzarilal Nanda

      Gulzarilal Nanda
      PM: 27 May 1964 – 9 June 1964 (acting PM)
      PM: 11 January 1966 – 24 January 1966 (acting PM)
      • Gulzarilal Nanda was the prime minister of India in 1964 for 13 days after the sad demise of Jawaharlal Nehru. Again in 1966, he became PM of India for 13 days after the death of Lal Bahadur Shastri. He served India as minister for Planning in 1952, minister for Labour and Employment during 1962 – 1963 and Minister for Home Affairs during 1963 – 1966. He was also appointed as union minister for railways during 1970-1971.

        Now let us look at his performance in Lok Sabha elections.

      Lok Sabha Election Results of Gulzarilal Nanda
      ElectionConstituencyVotes & % votes
      First Lok Sabha (1951)SabarkanthaINC
      106048
      52.64%
      Second Lok Sabha (1957)SabarkanthaINC
      88912
      52.18%%
      Third Lok Sabha (1962)SabarkanthaINC
      129468
      51.34%
      Fourth Lok Sabha (1967)KaithalINC
      180770
      50.54%
      Fifth Lok Sabha (1971)KaithalINC
      155000
      45.23%
    3. Lal Bahadur Shastri

      Lal Bahadur Shastri
      PM: 9 June 1964 – 11 January 1966
      • Born on 2 October 1904, Lal Bahadur Shastri was the second prime minister of India, a freedom fighter and Indian National Congress leader. Lal Bahadur Shashtri was influenced by great thoughts of Mahatma Gandhi and Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.

        He was minister of Railways during 1951-56, minister of home affairs during 1961-63 and minister of external affairs in 1964.

        Now let us look at his performance in lok sabha elections.

      Lok Sabha Election Results of Lal Bahadur Shastri
      ElectionConstituencyVotes & % votes
      Second Lok Sabha (1957)AllahabadINC
      124896
      58.41%
      Third Lok Sabha (1962)AllahabadINC
      137324
      58.07%
    4. Indira Gandhi

      Indira Gandhi
      PM: 24 January 1966 – 24 March 1977
      PM: 14 January 1980 – 31 October 1984
      • Indira Gandhi was the third prime minister of India and first woman prime minister. She was daughter of Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru. She was born on 19 November, 1917 in Allahabad.

        She became PM of India twice. Indira Gandhi served the country as PM in her first term from 24 January 1966 to 24 March 1977. Her second term as PM was from 14 January 1980 to 31 October 1984.

        Indira Gandhi was minister of information and broadcasting in Lal Bahadur Shashtri government during 1964-1966. She also served as Minister of Finance from 1969 to 1970, Minister of Home Affairs from 1970 to 1973, Minister of Defence from 1980 to 1982 and Minister of External Affairs in 1984.

      Lok Sabha Election Results of Indira Gandhi
      ElectionConstituencyVotes & % votes
      Fourth Lok Sabha (1967)Rae BareliINC
      143602
      55.19%
      Fifth Lok Sabha (1971)Rae BareliINC
      183309
      66.35%
      Sixth Lok Sabha (1977) (Lost)Rae BareliINC
      122517
      36.89%
      Seventh Lok Sabha (1980)Rae BareliINC(I)
      223903
      58.27%
      Seventh Lok Sabha (1980)MedakINC(I)
      301577
      67.93%
    5. Morarji Desai

      Morarji Desai
      PM: 24 March 1977 – 28 July 1979
      • Morarji Desai became fourth prime minister of India on 24 March 1977 after first Indira Gandhi government. He was a freedom fighter during India's independence movement.

        He was born in a Gujarat village called 'Bhadeli' on 29 February 1896.

        Morarji Desai was elected chief minister of Bombay in 1952. At that time Maharashtra and Gujarat were part of Bombay state. From 13 March 1967 to 16 July 1969, Desaiji was minister of finance in Indira Gandhi government.

        Highlights of his political career:

        • Home Minister of Bombay state
        • Chief minister of Bombay state in 1952
        • Minister of Finance and 2nd Deputy Prime Minister of India from 1967 to 1969
        • Minister of Home Affairs from 1 July 1978 to 28 July 1979
        • 4th Prime Minister of India from 24 March 1977 to 28 July 1979 (Janata Party)
      Lok Sabha Election Results of Morarji Desai
      ElectionConstituencyVotes & % votes
      Second Lok Sabha (1957)SuratINC
      190563
      82.98%
      Third Lok Sabha (1962)SuratINC
      165225
      68.68%
      Fourth Lok Sabha (1967)SuratINC
      163836
      65.78%
      Fifth Lok Sabha (1971)SuratNCO
      170321
      53.43%
      Sixth Lok Sabha (1977)SuratBLD
      206206
      52.46%
    6. Chaudhary Charan Singh

      Chaudhary Charan Singh
      PM: 28 July 1979 – 14 January 1980
      • Chaudhary Charan Singh was the fifth prime minister of India from 28 July 1979 to 14 January 1980.

        Highlights of his life in chronological order:

        • Born on December 23, 1902 in Uttar Pradesh
        • MA degree in 1925 and a law degree in 1926 from Agra University
        • In 1937 he won Chhaprauli (Baghpat) assembly seat
        • Left Congress party in 1967 to form BKD (Bharatiya Kranti Dal)
        • Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh from 3 April 1967 to 25 February 1968 and 18 February 1970 to 1 October 1970
        • Deputy Prime Minister of India from 24 March 1977 to 28 July 1979 & Minister of Home Affairs from 24 March 1977 to 1 July 1978
        • Prime Minister of India from 28 July 1979 to 14 January 1980
      Lok Sabha Election Results of Chaudhary Charan Singh
      ElectionConstituencyVotes & % votes
      Sixth Lok Sabha (1977)BaghpatBLD
      270644
      67.51%
      Seventh Lok Sabha (1980)BaghpatJNP(S)
      323077
      65.21%
      Eighth Lok Sabha (1984)BaghpatLKD
      253463
      53.72%
    7. Rajiv Gandhi

      Rajiv Gandhi
      PM: 31 October 1984 – 2 December 1989
      • Rajiv Gandhi was the 6th prime minister of India from 31 October 1984 to 2 December 1989 and leader of Indian National Congress.

        Highlights of his life in chronological order:

        • Born in Bombay on 20 August 1944
        • In 1970 he joined Air India as pilot
        • Joined politics in 1981
        • Became member of parliament from Amethi seat on 17 August 1981
        • He became prime minister of India on 31 October 1984
        • Appointed president of Congress party in 1985
        • He was selected leader of opposition on 18 December 1989
      Lok Sabha Election Results of Rajiv Gandhi
      ElectionConstituencyVotes & % votes
      Eighth Lok Sabha (1984)AmethiINC
      365041
      83.67%
      Ninth Lok Sabha (1989)AmethiINC
      271407
      67.43%
      Tenth Lok Sabha (1991)AmethiINC
      187138
      53.23%
    8. Vishwanath Pratap Singh

      VP Singh
      PM: 2 December 1989 – 10 November 1990
      • V.P. Singh was the seventh Prime Minister of India. He served India as PM from 2 December 1989 to 10 November 1990.

        Highlights of his life in chronological order:

        • Born on 25 June 1931
        • Became UP MLA in 1969 from Indian National Congress
        • Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh from 9 June 1980 to 19 July 1982
        • Minister of Finance in Rajiv Gandhi government from 31 December 1984 to 23 January 1987
        • Minister of Defence from 2 December 1989 to 10 November 1990
        • Prime Minister of India from 2 December 1989 – 10 November 1990 (Janata Dal)
      Lok Sabha Election Results of VP Singh
      ElectionConstituencyVotes & % votes
      Ninth Lok Sabha (1989)FatehpurJD
      245653
      56.18%
      Tenth Lok Sabha (1991)FatehpurJD
      191518
      52.57%
    9. Chandra Shekhar

      Chandra Shekhar
      PM: 10 November 1990 – 21 June 1991
      • Chandra Shekhar was 8th Prime Minister of India.

        Highlights of his life in chronological order:

        • Born on 17 April 1927 in Ibrahimpatti (Ballia, UP)
        • Completed MA in political science from Allahabad University
        • Member of Rajya Sabha from 1962 to 1967
        • Minister of Home Affairs from 10 November 1990 to 21 June 1991
        • Prime Minister of India from 10 November 1990 to 21 June 1991
      Lok Sabha Election Results of Chandra Shekhar
      ElectionConstituencyVotes & % votes
      Sixth Lok Sabha (1977)BalliaBLD
      262641
      72.42%
      Seventh Lok Sabha (1980)BalliaJNP
      159901
      41.37%
      Eighth Lok Sabha (1984) (Lost)BalliaJNP
      172044
      40.04%
      Ninth Lok Sabha (1989)BalliaJD
      251997
      52.53%
      Tenth Lok Sabha (1991)BalliaJP
      213066
      46.52%
      Eleventh Lok Sabha (1996)BalliaSAP
      305592
      56.94%
      12th Lok Sabha (1998)BalliaSJP(R)
      260544
      41.01%
      13th Lok Sabha (1999)BalliaSJP(R)
      235946
      38.62%
      14th Lok Sabha (2004)BalliaSJP(R)
      270136
    10. P. V. Narasimha Rao

      P V Narasimha Rao
      PM: 21 June 1991 – 16 May 1996
      • Pamulaparti Venkata Narasimha Rao was 9th Prime Minister of India from 21 June 1991 to 16 May 1996.

        Highlights of his life in chronological order:

        • Born on 28 June 1921 in Laknepalli (Warangal, Telangana)
        • Completed Master's degree in law
        • He served as Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh from 30 September 1971 to 10 January 1973
        • Minister of Home Affairs in Rajiv Gandhi government from 12 March 1986 to 12 May 1986
        • Minister of External Affairs from 31 March 1992 to 18 January 1994
        • Minister of Defence from 6 March 1993 to 16 May 1996
      Lok Sabha Election Results of P. V. Narasimha Rao
      ElectionConstituencyVotes & % votes
      Sixth Lok Sabha (1977)HanamkondaINC
      231593
      59.32%
      Seventh Lok Sabha (1980)HanamkondaINC(I)
      257961
      65.9%
      Eighth Lok Sabha (1984)RamtekINC
      290905
      65%
      Ninth Lok Sabha (1989)RamtekINC
      257800
      45.45%
      Eleventh Lok Sabha (1996)BerhampurINC
      340555
      62.57%
    11. Atal Bihari Vajpayee

      Atal Bihari Vajpayee
      PM: 16 May 1996 – 1 June 1996
      PM: 19 March 1998 – 22 May 2004
      • Atal Bihari Vajpayee was 10th Prime Minister of India. He served the country as PM in three terms. First term was from 16 May 1996 to 1 June 1996. His second term as PM was from 19 March 1998 to 13 October 1999. His third term was from 13 October 1999 to 22 May 2004

        Highlights of his life in chronological order:

        • Born on 25 December 1924 in Gwalior (Madhya Pradesh)
        • Completed MA in Political Science
        • Joined RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh) in 1939
        • Contested Lok Sabha election from Mathura in 1957 (Lost)
        • In 1968, he became national president of the Jana Sangh
        • Minister of External Affairs in Morarji Desai government from 26 March 1977 to 28 July 1979
        • Died on 16 August 2018
      Lok Sabha Election Results of Atal Bihari Vajpayee
      ElectionConstituencyVotes & % votes
      2nd Lok Sabha (1957) (Lost)MathuraBJS
      23620
      10.09%
      2nd Lok Sabha (1957)BalrampurBJS
      118380
      52.16%
      3rd Lok Sabha (1962)(Lost)BalrampurJS
      100208
      42.46%
      3rd Lok Sabha (1962)(Lost)LucknowJS
      86620
      37.47%
      4th Lok Sabha (1967)BalrampurBJS
      142446
      50.48%
      5th Lok Sabha (1971)GwaliorBJS
      188995
      59.33%
      6th Lok Sabha (1977)New DelhiBLD
      125936
      71.25%
      7th Lok Sabha (1980)New DelhiJNP
      94098
      48.52%
      8th Lok Sabha (1984) (Lost)GwaliorBJP
      132141
      28.65%
      10th Lok Sabha (1991)VidishaBJP
      279232
      58.81%
      10th Lok Sabha (1991)LucknowBJP
      194886
      50.90%
      11th Lok Sabha (1996)LucknowBJP
      394865
      52.25%
      11th Lok Sabha (1996)GandhinagarBJP
      323583
      66.38%
      12th Lok Sabha (1998)LucknowBJP
      431738
      57.82%
      13th Lok Sabha (1999)LucknowBJP
      362709
      48.11%
      14th Lok Sabha (2004)LucknowBJP
      324714
    12. H. D. Deve Gowda

      H D Deve Gowda
      PM: 1 June 1996 – 21 April 1997
      • H. D. Deve Gowda, full name: Haradanahalli Doddegowda Deve Gowda, was the 11th Prime Minister of India. He served India as PM from 1 June 1996 to 21 April 1997.

        Highlights of his life in chronological order:

        • Born on 18 May 1933 in Haradanahalli (Karnataka)
        • Completed diploma in civil engineering in 1950
        • Joined Indian National Congress in 1953 and left in 1962
        • From 1962 to 1989, he was MLA from Holenarasipura constituency
        • Chief Minister of Karnataka from 11 December 1994 to 31 May 1996
        • Minister of Home Affairs from 1 June 1996 to 29 June 1996
      Lok Sabha Election Results of H D Deve Gowda
      ElectionConstituencyVotes & % votes
      10th Lok Sabha (1991)HassanJP
      260761
      37.61%
      12th Lok Sabha (1998)HassanJD
      336407
      39.41%
      13th Lok Sabha (1999)(Lost)HassanJD(S)
      256587
      29.88%
      14th Lok Sabha (2004)HassanJD(S)
      462625
      15th Lok Sabha (2009)HassanJD(S)
      496429
      35.03%
      16th Lok Sabha (2014)HassanJD(S)
      509841
      32.65%
    13. I. K. Gujral

      I K Gujral
      PM: 21 April 1997 – 19 March 1998
      • Inder Kumar Gujral was the 12th Prime Minister of India. He served the country as PM from 21 April 1997 to 19 March 1998.

        Highlights of his life in chronological order:

        • Born on 4 December 1919 in Parri Darvaiza (now in Pakistan)
        • Minister of External Affairs in H. D. Deve Gowda government from 1 June 1996 to 19 March 1998
        • Minister of Finance from 21 April 1997 to 1 May 1997
        • Died on 30 November 2012
      Lok Sabha Election Results of Inder Kumar Gujral
      ElectionConstituencyVotes & % votes
      9th Lok Sabha (1989)JalandharJD
      262032
      48.1%
      12th Lok Sabha (1998)JalandharJD
      380785
      59.11%
    14. Manmohan Singh

      Manmohan Singh
      PM: 22 May 2004 – 22 May 2009
      PM: 22 May 2009 – 26 May 2014
      • Manmohan Singh was the 13th Prime Minister of India. He is also an world renowned Indian economist. He served India as PM from 2004 to 2014.

        Highlights of his life in chronological order:

        • Born on 26 September 1932 in Gah (Punjab, Pakistan)
        • Completed master's degree in 1954 from Panjab University
        • Studied economics at University of Cambridge
        • Completed D.Phil from University of Oxford
        • In 1982 he became Governor of the Reserve Bank of India
        • From 1985 to 1987, he was the the deputy chairman of the Planning Commission
        • Advisor to PM during VP Singh
        • Chairman of the University Grants Commission in 1991
        • Minister of Finance in Narasimha Rao government
        • Saved India from economic crisis through his policies
    15. Narendra Modi

      Narendra Modi
      PM: From 26 May 2014
      • Narendra Damodardas Modi is the 14th Prime Minister of India in 16th Lok Sabha. He is serving the country as PM from 26 May 2014.

        Highlights of his life in chronological order:

        • Born on 17 September 1950 in Vadnagar (Gujarat)
        • In 1978, he completed BA in political science from University of Delhi
        • MA in political science from Gujarat University
        • Chief Minister of Gujarat from 7 October 2001 to 22 May 2014
      Lok Sabha Election Results of Narendra Damodardas Modi
      ElectionConstituencyVotes & % votes
      16th Lok Sabha (2014)VadodaraBJP
      845464
      51.61%
      16th Lok Sabha (2014)VaranasiBJP
      581022
      32.89%