How many seats did BJP win in 1998?
1998 Indian general election
|Leader||Atal Bihari Vajpayee||Sitaram Kesri|
|Leader’s seat||Lucknow||Bihar (Rajya Sabha)|
How many seats did BJP win in 1999?
1999 Indian general election
|Leader since||16 May 1996||19 March 1998|
When did the 12th Lok Sabha elected in 1998 dissolve?
This is the list of members of the 12th Lok Sabha, (10 March 1998 – 26 April 1999) after the 1998 Indian general election held during February–March 1998. This was the second consecutive Lok Sabha, like the 11th Lok Sabha elections that did not provide the country with a stable government.
Who won 2 seats for BJP in 1984?
Voting was held immediately after the assassination of Indira Gandhi and the 1984 anti-Sikh riots in November and most of India supported Congress. The Bharatiya Janata Party won its first two seats, in Hanamkonda and Mahesana.
Who won 1998 election?
1998 United States elections
|Incumbent president||Bill Clinton (Democratic)|
|Overall control||Republican hold|
|Seats contested||34 of 100 seats|
Which party has won maximum seats in 1999?
It was convened after 1999 Indian general election held during September–October 1999. This majority group in the Lok Sabha during this period was the National Democratic Alliance, a nationalist group led by the Bharatiya Janata Party, which won 270 seats, 16 more than 12th Lok Sabha.
Why did Atal Bihari Vajpayee resigned in 1998?
Vajpayee was sworn in as the 10th prime minister of India, but the BJP failed to muster a majority among members of the Lok Sabha. Vajpayee resigned after 16 days, when it became clear that he did not have enough support to form a government.
Which party was in power in 1997?
The governing Conservative Party led by Prime Minister John Major was defeated in a landslide by the Labour Party led by Tony Blair.
Is BJP a cadre party?
The organisation of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is based upon the Constitution of the Bharatiya Janata Party. The party is considered to be a cadre-based party that draws from the Hindutva-based ideology of its parent organisation, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh.