The highly-anticipated 2019 Lok Sabha elections are just around the corner. While the Bharatiya Janata Party will look to consolidate their reign at the Centre for a consecutive second term as part of the National Democratic Alliance, the Congress party would aim to bounce back after their abysmal performance in 2014 after holding two terms in the government.
The National Democratic Alliance had formed the government in 2014 with 336 seats in the Lok Sabha after the BJP secured an absolute majority by winning 282 seats out of the total 545 (2 nominated). The Congress party was humbled after 10 years in power, won a measly 44 seats.
The General Elections in India are around the corner so let us talk about our elections and its process. What is the structure of the Indian Government, what is the Parliament and how elections determine the Prime minister of India?
This video will provide you very detailed information about the type of elections in India:
- Lok Sabha Elections
- Rajya Sabha Elections
- State Assembly Elections
- President Elections