Lok Sabha 2019

The country has been divided into 543 Parliamentary Constituencies, each of which returns one MP to the Lok Sabha, the lower house of the Parliament. The Federal Democratic Republic of India has thirty six constituent units. All the twenty nine States and two of the seven Union Territories have their own assemblies – Vidhan Sabhas. The thirty one Assemblies have 4120 Constituencies.

STATICS AT A GLANCE 

THE DEMOGRAPHICS

Total Population1.2 billion
Total Area3.3 million km
Number of Electors834,082,814 (compared to 173,212,343 in 1951-52)
Male Voters437,035,372
Female Voters397,018,915
Third Gender28,527
Youth (18-19)13,430,193
Total No. of Polling Stations9,27,553
Total No. of Assembly Constituencies at Present4,120

THE PARLIAMENT

Rajya SabhaNot more than 250 members (243 at present); 12 members are nominated by the President under Article 80 of the Constitution
Lok Sabha543 members plus 2 members of the Anglo-Indian community, nominated by the President under Article 331 of the Constitution

POLITICAL PARTIES

 Political PartiesTotalParticipated in 2014 polls
National Parties66
State Recognised Parties4739
Registered Unrecognised Parties1593419
Total No. of Political Parties1646464
Total No. of Candidates8251

Agenda

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