Friday, May 15, 2009

Political Party Positions in the 15th Loksabha

Latest updates as on March 05th 2011 - News is coming from TN that DMK central ministers will quit the UPA cabinet and may give support from outside.

This will put pressure on Manmohan Singh's ministry. Let us see how the developments will be in the next few days.

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Here is the status of different parties performance in the 15th Loksabha along with their political alliances.

Tally Out of 543 Seats

UNITED PROGRESSIVE ALLIANCE UPA - 262

Congress - 206

Trinamool Congress - 19

DMK - 18

Nationalist Congress Party - 9

National Conference - 3

Jharkhand Mukti Morcha - 2

Muslim League Kerala State Committee - 2

All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen - 1

Bodoland People’s Front - 1

Kerala Congress (Mani) - 1

NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC ALLIANCE - 159

Bharatiya Janata Party - 116

Janata Dal-United - 20

Shiv Sena - 11

Rashtriya Lok Dal - 5

Akali Dal - 4

Telangana Rashtra Samithi - 2

Asom Gana Parishad - 1

THIRD FRONT - 80

Bahujan Samaj Party - 21

CPI-M - 16

Biju Janata Dal - 14

AIADMK - 9

Telegu Desam Party - 6

CPI - 4

Janata Dal-Secular - 3

Forward Bloc - 2

Revolutionary Socialist Party - 2

MDMK - 1

Haryana Janhit Congress - 1

Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (Prajatantrik) - 1

FOURTH FRONT - 27

Samajwadi Party - 23

Rashtriya Janata Dal - 4

OTHERS - 15

Independents - 9

Assam United Democratic Front - 1

Bahujan Vikas Aaghadi - 1

Swabhimani Paksha - 1

Nagaland People’s Front - 1

Sikkim Democratic Front - 1

VCK - 1


Preview:
For the Congress party position in the 15th Loksabha along with its alliances, check here once the election results start coming in. This coalition is referred as the United Progressive Alliance - UPA

Here are the list of political parties who can be part of this alliance, the list will be updates as and when we get the results

UPA
Congress - Indian National Congress

DMK - Dravia Munethra Kazhagam

NCP - Nationalist Congress Party

TC - Trinamool Congress

JMM - Jharkhand Mukti Morcha

NC - National Conference

Others - RPI Athavale, IUML, Kerala Congress

NDA - National Democratic Alliance - BJP being the major party

BJP - Bharatiya Janata Party

JDU - Janata Dal United

SS - Shiv Sena

SAD - Shiromani Akali Dal

AGP - Assam Gano Parishad

INLD - Indian National Lokdal

RLD - Rashtriya Lokdal

Third Front - This is the front that can be expected to have too many floating parties - it highly unlikely that this party will form a government on its own

BSP - Bahujan Samaj Party

AIADMK - All India Anna DMK

TDP - Telugu Desam Party - also vying for the state assembly elections

JDS - Janata Dal Secular

TRS - Telangana Rashtriya Samithi

Left Parties - part of the third front as of now, but can do anything to ensure a non BJP government in the center.

CPI

CPM

RSP

AIFB

Other parties who may support the third front

PMK, MDMK, JVM, PDP

Fourth Front - this is a new front that is being coined just before the general elections, need to see the impact of this front on other alliances

SP - Samajwadi Party

RJD - Rashtriya Janata Dal

LJP - Lok Janashakti Party


Other Parties who have not yet decided to join a particular front or who are just waiting to be opportunistic

BJD - Biju Janata Dal - may bargain for a support for the regional assembly seats, was part of the NDA just before the elections

AUDF

SDF

HJC - Bhajan

PRP - Praja Rajyam Party formed by Actor Chiranjeevi, contesting for the first time, may throw a surprise to all

Independents

1 comment:

MOHAN said...

once again a peaceful INDIA