NDA Results Before 2024
NDA Results As the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA Results) makes its huge display of strength today, ground realities demonstrate that reaching an agreement with each ally would be difficult. Under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the 24-party coalition established by Atal Bihari Vajpayee has expanded to a 38-party alliance. Seat-sharing talks are anticipated to be difficult, particularly in states like Bihar and Maharashtra NDA Results.
The BJP ran in the 2019 national election with Nitish Kumar’s Janata Dal United (JDU) and Ram Vilas Paswan’s Lok Janshakti Party (LJP). In Bihar, the BJP and JDU fought 17 seats apiece, while the LJP received six. The LJP was also allocated a Rajya Sabha seat, paving the way for Ram Vilas Paswan to enter parliament. The NDA won 39 of Bihar’s 40 seats, while the BJP took 17, the JDU took 16, and the LJP took six.
Since then, a lot has changed. Nitish Kumar has formed a new administration with the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) and Congress, switching sides.
NDA Results In addition, upon Ram Vilas Paswan’s death in 2020, the LJP split, with his son Chirag Paswan being isolated by a section of MPs headed by his uncle Pashupati Paras.
The BJP now wants both camps to combine, but Pashupati Paras is adamant on staying apart from his nephew. Chirag Paswan, on the other hand, has said that he anticipates the same arrangement for his party as in 2019 – six Lok Sabha seats and one Rajya Sabha seat.
The BJP will have a significant struggle in resolving this, as other regional actors like as Upendra Kushwaha and Jitan Ram Majhi would anticipate a large number of seats. NDA Results Because there is no JDU this time, the BJP would want to compete as many seats as possible.
In the 2019 Lok Sabha election, the BJP and the Shiv Sena worked jointly. The BJP ran for 25 of the state’s 48 Lok Sabha seats, while the Shiv Sena ran for 23. The BJP received 23 seats, while the Shiv Sena received 18.
After the Maharashtra election that year, the Shiv Sena severed ties with the BJP and established a coalition government with the Congress and the NCP NDA Results.
That administration fell apart last year when the Shiv Sena divided and a group headed by Eknath Shinde joined forces with the BJP.
The Eknath Shinde faction has now requested that the Shiv Sena contest all 18 seats in 2019.
The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) has also divided, with the Ajit Pawar side joining the alliance led by Eknath Shinde and the BJP. In 2019, the NCP won four seats. The BJP would have difficulties in dividing Maharashtra’s 48 seats with its partners.
NDA Results In 2019, the BJP ran with Apna Dal, which won both of the seats allotted to it.
The Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party of OP Rajbhar and the Nishad Party have now joined the NDA. There is speculation that they would join the Yogi Adityanath-led BJP administration in Uttar Pradesh.
The BJP is also in negotiations with Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) leader Jayant Chowdhary. The party has apparently invited Mr Chowdhary to combine with it, but he is hesitant. If the RLD joins the NDA, it will demand a portion of the seats to compete.
The BJP has alliances with the AIADMK and other regional parties. In 2019, the AIADMK ran for 20 of the state’s 30 Lok Sabha seats, the PMK for seven, the BJP for five, the DMDK for four, the Tamil Manila Congress for one, Puthiya Tamilagam for one, and the PNK for one.
NDA Results This time, additional new parties are expected to join the BJP, which is concentrating on Tamil Nadu in particular. There is also talk of PM Modi running from Tamil Nadu, after his extensive outreach to the state.
In the state, a coalition administration is led by the BJP and Dushyant Chautala’s Jananayak Janata Party (JJP). This time, the BJP has said unequivocally that it intends to fight all ten seats in the state and would not enter into any agreement with the JJP. According to rumours, the two parties may split up before the 2024 national election.
The BJP ran with the All Jharkhand Students’ Union (AJSU) in the 2019 election. The BJP won 11 of the state’s 14 seats, while the AJSU got one. They may also run in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections jointly.
In 2019, the BJP ran with the Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) and the Bodoland People’s Front (BPF) in the election. The BJP ran for and won nine of the state’s 14 seats. The AGP had three contests while the BPF had one, but both came up empty-handed.
In other places, such as Kerala and the northeast, the BJP is on somewhat solid footing since its partners are weak and lack negotiating leverage.