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Indian Political Parties and their Leaders and Symbols

Indian Political Parties and their Leaders and Symbols

 

Indian Political Parties and their Leaders and Symbols – State and National political parties, theirparty symbolparty leader and state.

 

Which is National Party in India?

How many national political parties are there in India?

 

 National Parties

 

PartyLeaderOfficial Website
Bhartiya Janata PartyShri Rajnath Singhbjp.org
Bahujan Samaj PartyShri Kanshi Rambahujansamajparty.com
Communist Party of IndiaShri A.B. Bardhancpofindia.org
Communist Party of India (Marxist)Shri Prakash Karat, General Secretarycpim.org
Indian National CongressSmt. Sonia Gandhi,Presidentindiannationalcongress.org
Nationalist Congress PartyShri Sharad Pawar,Presidentncp.org.in

 

 

 State Parties

StatePartyLeader
Andhra PradeshTelugu DesamShri N. Chandrababu Naidu,President
Arunachal PradeshArunachal CongressShri Kamen Ringu,President
AssamAsom Gana ParishadShri Brindabon Goswami, President
 Communist Party of IndiaShri Dipankar Bhattacharya,General Secretary
(Marxist- Leninist) (Liberation)
BiharJharkhand Mukti MorchaShri Shibu Soren,President
 Rashtriya Janata DalShri Laloo Prasad Yadav,President
 Janata Dal (United)Shri George Fernandes,President
GoaMaharashtrawadi GomantakMs.Shashikala Kakodkar,President
 United Goans Democratic PartyShri Srirang Narvekar, President
HaryanaIndian National Lok DalShri Om Parkash Chautala,President
Himachal PradeshHimachal Vikas CongressShri Sukh Ram,President
Jammu & KashmirJammu & Kashmir National ConferenceShri Farooq Abdullah,President
 Jammu & Kashmir National Panthers PartyProf. Bhim Singh, President
 Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party 
JharkhandJharkhand Mukti MorchaShri Shibu Soren,President
 Rashtriya Janata DalShri Laloo Prasad Yadav,President
 Janata Dal (United)Shri George Fernandes,President
KarnatakaJanata Dal (Secular)Shri H.D. Deve Gowda,  Presidentt
 Janata Dal (United)Shri George Fernandes,President
KeralaKerala CongressShri P.J. Joseph,Chairman
 Kerala Congress (M)Shri C.F Thomas,Chairman
 Muslim League Kerala State CommitteeShri Syed Mohammedali Shihab Thangal, President
 Janadhipathya Samrakshana SamithiShri K.R. Gowri Amma,General Secretary
Madhya PradeshSamajwadi PartyShri Mulayam Singh Yadav,Presiden
MaharashtraShiv SenaShri Balasaheb Thakeray,President
ManipurFederal Party of ManipurProf. Gangmumei Kamei,President
 Manipur People’s PartyShri O. Joy Singh,President
MeghalayaHill State People’s Democratic PartyShri H.S. Lyngdoh,President
 Meghalaya Democratic PartyShri M.D. Mukhim,President
 United Democratic PartyDr. Donkupar Roy,President
MizoramMizo National FrontShri Zormathanga,President
 Zoram Nationalist PartyShri Lalduhomo,President
 Mizoram People’s ConferenceShri Lalhmingthanga,Presiden
NagalandJanata Dal (United)Shri George Fernandes,President
 Nationalist Democratic MovementShri K.L. Chishi,President
 Nagaland Peoples FrontShri Vizol,President
OrissaBiju Janata DalShri Naveen Patnaik,President
PondicherryAll India Anna Dravida Munnetra KazhagamMs. J. Jayalalitha, General Secretary
 Dravida Munnetra KazhagamShri M. Karunanidhi,President
 Pattali Makkal KatchiShri G.K. Mani,President
PunjabShiromani Akali DaShri Parkash Singh Badal,President
 Shiromani Akali Dal (Simranjit Singh Mann)Shri Simranjit Singh Mann,President
SikkimSikkim Democratic FrontShri Pawan Chamling,President
Tamil NaduAll India Anna Dravida Munnetra KazhagamMs. J. Jayalalitha, General Secretary
 Dravida Munnetra KazhagamShri M. Karunanidhi,President
 Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra KazhagamShri Vaiko,President
 Pattali Makkal KatchiShri G.K. Mani,President
TripuraIndigenous Nationalist Party of TwipraShri Nagendra Jamatia,President
 All India Trinamool CongressMs. Mamta Banerjee, Chairperson
Uttar PradeshRashtriya Lok DalShri Ajit Singh,President
 Samajwadi PartyShri Mulayam Singh Yadav,President
UttaranchalSamajwadi PartyShri Mulayam Singh Yadav,President
 Uttarakhand Kranti DaShri Bipin Chandra Tripathi,President
West BengalAll India Forward BlocShri Debabrata Biswas, General Secretary<
 Revolutionary Socialist PartyShri K. Pankajakshan,General Secretary
 All India Trinamool CongressMs.Mamta Banerjee,Chairperson

 

 

How many political parties are there in the India?

India has 1866 registered political parties: EC. There has been a rush for registration of political parties, with as many as 239 new outfits enrolling themselves with the Election Commission between March, 2014 and July this year, taking their number to1866

 

What is the political parties in India?

National parties are political parties which, participate in different elections all over India. For example, Indian National Congress, Bhartiya Janata Party, Bahujan Samaj Party, Samajwadi Party, Communist Party of India, Communist Party of India (Marxist) and some other parties.

 

How many political parties are registered in India?

There has been a rush for registration of political parties, with as many as 239 new outfits enrolling themselves with the Election Commission between March, 2014 and July this year, taking their number to 1,866. According to the Commission, as on July24, there are 1,866 political parties which are registered with it

 

How many political parties are there in China?

Relationships with the Communist Party. In practice, only one political party, the CPC, holds effective power at the national level. Its dominance is such that China is effectively a one-party state. Eight minor parties also participate in the political system.

 

Which state has the lowest population in India?

48.90% of the country’s population lives in five States, namely, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Bihar, West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh. Ten most populated states of India contributes 76.56% of India’s population. Sikkim (610,577) is smallest state and Lakshadweep (64,473) is smallest union territory of India.

 

What is an example of a third party?

The definition of a third party is the other major, competitive party in a largely two-party system in politics, or a person who is not a primary person in a situation. Anexample of a third party is the Green Party, running alongside the Republicans and Democrats.

 

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