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Which party benefited in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, who suffered loss… see the final list of every small and big party


Narendra Modi is going to create history by becoming the Prime Minister of India for the third consecutive time. Before him, this has happened only once when Jawaharlal Nehru was the Prime Minister of independent India for 16 years. However, he has missed Nehru's record of getting majority in three consecutive Lok Sabha elections. Therefore, the challenges in running the government will not be less for him because now he is completely dependent on his allies.

According to the Election Commission, the Bharatiya Janata Party has emerged as the largest party by winning 240 seats. The BJP, along with its allies, crossed the majority mark. With this, the NDA reached 292 seats, while the Congress-led INDIA alliance also performed brilliantly and increased its seat count to 234. While others have won 18 seats. Let us try to understand in detail below which party of the INDIA and NDA alliance has lost how many seats and which party has gained how many seats.

Where did the NDA parties suffer losses?

A total of 41 parties are included in the BJP-led alliance NDA i.e. National Democratic Alliance. NDA had formed the government by winning 343 seats in 2019. But this time it had to be satisfied with only 292. NDA's vote share is 44 percent. BJP has won the maximum of 240 seats. But in 2019, BJP had won more than a majority of 303 seats. This time BJP had to suffer a loss of 63 seats. After BJP's Surat candidate Mukesh Dalal was elected unopposed, votes were counted for 542 seats. After BJP, the parties that have registered the highest number of seats are Chandrababu Naidu's TDP party. It has got 16 seats. In 2019, only 3 seats were won. After that comes Nitish Kumar's JDU. JD(U) got only 12 seats. JDU had won 16 seats in 2019. See the complete list of NDA below

BJP – 240(-63) TDP – 16(+13) JD(U) – 12(-4) Eknath's Shiv Sena – 7 Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas) – 5(+5) RLD – 2(+2) JD(S) – 2(+1) Jansena Party – 2(+2) Hindustani Awam Morcha (Secular) – 1(+1) United People's Party, Liberal – 1(+1) Asom Gana Parishad – 1(+1) AJSU Party All Jharkhand Students Union- 1(+1) Apna Dal (Soni Lal) – 1(+1) NCP (Ajit Pawar faction)- 1(-1) Sikkim Krantikari Morcha – 1(0)

Better performance of INDIA alliance

There are a total of 37 parties in the India Alliance, which includes national parties as well as local parties of the states. The major parties of the India Alliance include Congress, Shiv Sena-UBT, AAP, TMC and many other parties. India Alliance has won a total of 234 seats. The alliance has gained 107 seats. If we look at the major parties, Congress comes first in this. Congress has performed much better than 2019. While in 2019, Congress had only 52 seats in its account, in 2024 it has increased to 99.

After that, Samajwadi Party has also performed brilliantly and has bagged 37 seats in UP. In 2019, SP had got only 5 seats. After that comes the turn of Mamata Banerjee's party, which is in power in Bengal, which has won 29 seats. Then Tamil Nadu's DMK has won 22 seats. See the list of India Alliance below:

India Alliance-234(+107)

Congress- 99(+47) Samajwadi Party- 37(+32) Trinamool Congress-29(+7) DMK-22(-2) Shiv Sena (Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray)-9(+4) NCP (Sharad Pawar faction)-8 (+5) Aam Aadmi Party- 3(+3) RJD – 4(+4) CPI(M) – 4(+4) Jharkhand Mukti Morcha – 3(+2) Indian Union Muslim League – 3(0) Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi (VCK) – 2(+1) CPI – 2(0) Jammu and National Conference (JKNC)- 2(-1) CPI(ML)(L) – 2(+2) Revolutionary Socialist Party – 1(0) Kerala Congress – 1(+1) Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam – 1(+1)

List of other parties

YSRCP – 4(-18) Independents – 7(0) Shiromani Akali Dal-1(-1) AIMIM – 1(-1) Voice of the People Party – 1(+1) Zoram People’s Movement – ​​1(+1) Azad Samaj Party (Kanshiram) – 1(+1)

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