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The National Democratic Alliance (NDA;

political alliance led by the right-wing Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).[2] It was founded on 15 May 1998[3] and currently controls the government of India as well as the government of 19 Indian states and one Union territory
.

Its first chairman was then Prime Minister of India Atal Bihari Vajpayee. L. K. Advani, the former Deputy Prime Minister, took over as chairman in 2004 and served until 2014, and Amit Shah has been the chairman since 2014. The coalition ruled from 1998 to 2004. The alliance returned to power in the 2014 general elections with a combined vote share of 38.5%.[4] Its leader Narendra Modi was sworn in as Prime Minister of India on 26 May 2014. In the 2019 general election, the alliance further increased its tally to 353 seats with combined vote share of 45.43%.[5] The alliance lost 60 seats in the 2024 general election, but retained enough to form a coalition government, a first in over 10 years. On 7 June 2024, Modi confirmed the support of 293 MPs to Droupadi Murmu, the President of India.[6] This marked Modi's third term as Prime Minister and his first time heading a coalition government,[7] with the Telugu Desam Party of Andhra Pradesh and Janata Dal (United) of Bihar emerging as two main allies.[8][9][10]

History

Atal Bihari Vajpayee, first Prime Minister from NDA
Narendra Modi, second and current Prime Minister from NDA

The NDA was formed in May 1998 as a coalition to contest the general elections. The main aim of the NDA was to form an anti-Indian National Congress coalition. It was led by the BJP, and included several regional parties, including the Samata Party and the AIADMK, as well as Shiv Sena, but Shiv Sena broke away from the alliance in 2019 to join the Maha Vikas Aghadi with Congress and the NCP. Samata Party also broke away from alliance in 2003 after formation of Janta Dal (United). The Shiv Sena was the only member which shared the Hindutva ideology of the BJP.[11][12] After the election, it was able to muster a slim majority with outside support from the Telugu Desam Party, allowing Atal Bihari Vajpayee to return as prime minister.[13]

The government collapsed within a year because the AIADMK withdrew its support. After the entry of a few more regional parties, the NDA proceeded to win the 1999 elections with a larger majority. Vajpayee became Prime Minister for a third time, and this time served a full five-year term.[14]

The NDA called elections in early 2004, six months ahead of schedule. Its campaign was based around the slogan of "India Shining" which attempted to depict the NDA government as responsible for a rapid economic transformation of the country. However, the NDA suffered a defeat, winning only a 186 seats in the Lok Sabha, compared to the 222 of the United Progressive Alliance led by the Congress, with Manmohan Singh succeeding Vajpayee as prime minister. Commentators have argued that the NDA's defeat was due to a failure to reach out to the rural masses.[15][16] The scenario however changed quickly with the rise of Gujarat CM Narendra Modi who went on to become India's PM from 2014 onwards. The NDA currently has a supermajority government in the Lok Sabha.

Structure

The National Democratic Alliance does not have a formal governing structure such as an executive board or politburo. It has been up to the leaders of the individual parties to make decisions on issues such as sharing of seats in elections, allocation of ministries and the issues that are raised in Parliament. Given the varied ideologies among the parties, there have been many cases of disagreement and split voting among the allies.

Owing to ill health,

LJP demanded the appointment of a convenor in 2019 for better coordination of the allies.[18]

On 27 July 2017 JD(U) with the help of BJP formed the government in Bihar. Later, on 19 August 2017 JD(U) formally rejoined the NDA after 4 years.[19]

Strength in parliament

Party Lok Sabha Rajya Sabha States/UTs
Bharatiya Janata Party 240 90 National party
National People's Party 0 1 National party
Telugu Desam Party 16 0 Andhra Pradesh
Janata Dal (United) 12 4 Bihar
Shiv Sena 7 1 Maharashtra
Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas) 5 0 Bihar
Rashtriya Lok Dal 2 1 Uttar Pradesh
Janata Dal (Secular) 2 1 Karnataka
Jana Sena Party 2 0 Andhra Pradesh
Asom Gana Parishad 1 1 Assam
United People's Party Liberal
1 1 Assam
Nationalist Congress Party 1 1 Maharashtra
All Jharkhand Students Union 1 0 Jharkhand
Apna Dal (Sonelal)
1 0 Uttar Pradesh
Hindustani Awam Morcha 1 0 Bihar
Sikkim Krantikari Morcha 1 0 Sikkim
Pattali Makkal Katchi 0 1 Tamil Nadu
Republican Party of India (Athawale) 0 1 Maharashtra
Tamil Maanila Congress (Moopanar) 0 1 Tamil Nadu
Naga People's Front 0 0 Nagaland
Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party 0 0 Nagaland
Amma Makkal Munnettra Kazagam
0 0
Tamil Nadu
Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party 0 0 Uttar Pradesh
Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party 0 0 Goa
All India N.R. Congress 0 0 Puducherry
Rashtriya Lok Janshakti Party 0 0 Bihar
Bharath Dharma Jana Sena 0 0 Kerala
Indigenous People's Front of Tripura 0 0 Tripura
Prahar Janshakti Party 0 0 Maharashtra
Rashtriya Samaj Paksha 0 0 Maharashtra
United Democratic Party 0 0 Meghalaya
Hill State People's Democratic Party 0 0 Meghalaya
Haryana Lokhit Party 0 0 Haryana
Kerala Kamaraj Congress 0 0 Kerala
Gorkha National Liberation Front 0 0 West Bengal
Jan Surajya Shakti 0 0 Maharashtra
IND 0 2 Tamil Nadu, Haryana
NOM 0 7 None
Total 293 113 India

Governments

The BJP has previously been the sole party in power in Delhi and Jharkhand. It has also ruled Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh as part of coalition and alliance governments.

The NDA has never been in power in 3 states – Kerala, Telangana (between 1999 and 2004 BJP in alliance with TDP ruled a United Andhra Pradesh), and West Bengal. But BJP led NDA has ruled many local governing institutions including corporations, municipalities, panchayats and has also been elected to many Lok Sabha constituencies, state assembly constituencies and local body divisions and wards in these 3 states.

List of current NDA governments

States Run by NDA Government
S.No State/UT NDA Govt since Chief Minister Alliance Partners Seats

Last election

Name Party Seats Since
1 Andhra Pradesh
(list)
12 June 2024 N. Chandrababu Naidu TDP 135 12 June 2024 JSP (21) 164/175 4 June 2024
BJP (8)
2 Arunachal Pradesh
(list)
16 September 2016 Pema Khandu BJP 46 16 September 2016 NPP (4) 54/60 2 June 2024
NCP (41)
3 Assam
(list)
19 May 2016 Himanta Biswa Sarma BJP 61 10 May 2021 AGP (7) 74/126 2 May 2021
UPPL
(7)
4 Bihar
(list)
28 January 2024 Nitish Kumar
JD (U)
47 28 January 2024 BJP (82) 133/243 10 November 2020
HAM(S) (3)
IND
(1)
5 Chhattisgarh
(list)
13 December 2023 Vishnu Deo Sai BJP 53 13 December 2023 None 53/90 3 December 2023
6 Goa
(list)
6 March 2012 Pramod Sawant BJP 28 19 March 2019 MGP (2) 33/40 10 March 2022
IND
(3)
7 Gujarat
(list)
28 February 1998
Bhupendra Patel
BJP 161 13 September 2021
IND
(2)
163/182 8 December 2022
8 Haryana
(list)
19 October 2014 Nayab Singh Saini BJP 41 12 March 2024 HLP (1) 43/90 24 October 2019
IND
(1)
9 Madhya Pradesh
(list)
23 March 2020 Mohan Yadav BJP 164 13 December 2023 None 164/230 3 December 2023
10 Maharashtra
(list)
30 June 2022 Eknath Shinde SHS 38 30 June 2022 BJP (103) 200/288 24 October 2019
NCP (40)
PJP (2)
RSP (1)
JSS (1)
MNS (1)
IND
(14)
11 Manipur
(list)
15 March 2017
N. Biren Singh
BJP 37 15 March 2017 NPP (7) 52/60 10 March 2022
NPF (5)
JD(U)
(1)
IND
(2)
12 Meghalaya
(list)
6 March 2018 Conrad Sangma NPP 28 6 March 2018 UDP (12) 46/60 2 March 2023
BJP (2)
HSPDP (2)
IND
(2)
13 Nagaland
(list)
8 March 2018 Neiphiu Rio NDPP 25 8 March 2018 BJP (12) 58/60 2 March 2023
NCP (7)
NPP (5)
RPI(A) (2)
LJP(RV) (2)
IND
(5)
14 Odisha
(list)
12 June 2024 Mohan Charan Majhi BJP 78 12 June 2024
IND
(3)
81/147 4 June 2024
15 Puducherry[b]
(list)
7 May 2021
N. Rangasamy
AINRC 10 7 May 2021 BJP (9) 25/33 2 May 2021
IND
(6)
16 Rajasthan
(list)
15 December 2023 Bhajan Lal Sharma BJP 115 15 December 2023 SHS (2) 124/200 3 December 2023
RLD (1)
IND
(6)
17 Sikkim
(list)
27 May 2019 Prem Singh Tamang SKM 31 27 May 2019 None 31/32 2 June 2024
18 Tripura
(list)
9 March 2018 Manik Saha BJP 33 15 May 2022 TMP (13) 47/60 2 March 2023
IPFT (1)
19 Uttar Pradesh
(list)
17 March 2017 Yogi Adityanath BJP 252 17 March 2017
AD(S)
(13)
284/403 10 March 2022
RLD (8)
SBSP (6)
NP (5)
20 Uttarakhand
(list)
18 March 2017 Pushkar Singh Dhami BJP 47 3 July 2021 None 47/70 10 March 2022

Strength in legislative assemblies

Strength in state legislative assemblies

State/UT Seats BJP NDA Overall Tally CM from Ref(s)
Andhra Pradesh 175 8 TDP(135)
164 / 175
TDP [20]
JSP (21)
Arunachal Pradesh 60 46 NPP (5)
54 / 60
BJP [21]
NCP (3)
Assam 126 61 AGP (7)
74 / 126
BJP [22]
UPPL
(6)
Bihar 243 82 JD(U) (47)
133 / 243
JD(U) [23]
HAM(S) (3)
IND
(1)
Chhattisgarh 90 53 None
53 / 90
BJP
[24]
Delhi 70 7 None
7 / 70
AAP [25]
Goa 40 28 MGP (2)
33 / 40
BJP [26]
IND
(3)
Gujarat 182 161
IND
(2)
163 / 182
BJP [27]
Haryana 90 41 HLP (1)
43 / 90
BJP [28]
IND
(1)
Himachal Pradesh 68 27 None
27 / 68
INC [29]
Jammu and Kashmir 90 NA [30]
Jharkhand 81 24 AJSU (3)
30 / 81
JMM [31]
NCP (1)
IND
(2)
Karnataka 224 66 JD(S) (18)
84 / 224
INC [32]
Kerala 140 0 None
0 / 140
CPI(M)
[33]
Madhya Pradesh 230 164 None
164 / 230
BJP [34]
Maharashtra 288 103 NCP (40)
199 / 288
SHS [35]
SHS (38)
PJP (2)
RSP (1)
JSS (1)
IND
(14)
Manipur 60 37 NPP (7)
53 / 60
BJP [36]
NPF (5)
JD(U) (1)
IND
(3)
Meghalaya 60 2 NPP (28)
46 / 60
NPP [37]
UDP(12)
HSPDP (2)
IND
(2)
Mizoram 40 2 None
2 / 40
ZPM [38]
Nagaland 60 12 NDPP (25)
58 / 60
NDPP [39]
NCP (7)
NPP (5)
RPI(A) (2)
LJP(RV) (2)
IND
(5)
Odisha 147 78
IND
(3)
78 / 147
BJP [40]
Puducherry 33 9 AINRC (10)
25 / 33
AINRC [41]
IND
(6)
Punjab 117 2 None
2 / 117
AAP [42]
Rajasthan 200 115 SHS (2)
124 / 200
BJP
[43]
RLD (1)
IND
(6)
Sikkim 32 0 SKM (31)
31 / 32
SKM [44]
Tamil Nadu 234 4 PMK (5)
13 / 234
DMK [45]
OPS Faction (4)
Telangana 119 8 None
8 / 119
INC [46]
Tripura 60 33 TMP (13)
47 / 60
BJP [47]
IPFT
(1)
Uttar Pradesh 403 252
AD(S)
(13)
284 / 403
BJP [48]
RLD (8)
SBSP (6)
NISHAD (5)
Uttarakhand 70 47 None
47 / 70
BJP [49]
West Bengal 294 66 None
66 / 294
AITC
[50]
Total 4126 1,538 563
2,112 / 4,036
NDA (20) 31

List of presidents and vice presidents

Note that it refers to nomination by alliance, as the offices of President and Vice President are apolitical.

Presidents

No. Portrait Name
(birth–death)
Term of office

Electoral mandates

Time in office

Previous post Vice president Party[51]
11 A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
(1931–2015)
25 July 2002 25 July 2007 Principal Scientific Adviser to the Government of India Krishan Kant (2002)

Bhairon Singh Shekhawat (2002–2007)

Independent  
2002
5 years
Kalam was an educator and engineer who played a leading role in the development of India's ballistic missile and nuclear weapons programs.[52] He also received the Bharat Ratna. He was popularly known as "People's President".[53][54][55]
14 Ram Nath Kovind
(b.1945)
25 July 2017 25 July 2022
Governor of Bihar
Mohammad Hamid Ansari (2017)

Venkaiah Naidu (2017–2022)

Bharatiya Janata Party  
2017
5 years
Kovind was
governor of Bihar from 2015 to 2017 and a Member of Parliament from 1994 to 2006. He is the second Dalit president (after K. R. Narayanan) and is the first president from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and is an active member of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) since his youth.[56]
15 Droupadi Murmu
(b.1958)
25 July 2022 Incumbent
Governor of Jharkhand
Venkaiah Naidu (2022)

Jagdeep Dhankhar (2022–)

Bharatiya Janata Party  
2022
1 year, 332 days
Murmu was
Tribal and second female President of India and is the second president from the Bharatiya Janata Party
.

Vice presidents

No. Portrait Name
(birth–death)[57]
Elected
(% votes)
Took office Left office Term President Party
11 Bhairon Singh Shekhawat Bhairon Singh Shekhawat
(1925–2010)
2002
(59.82)
19 August 2002 21 July 2007 4 years, 336 days A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Bharatiya Janata Party
13 Venkaiah Naidu
Muppavarapu Venkaiah Naidu

(b. 1949)
2017
(67.89)
11 August 2017 11 August 2022 5 years Ram Nath Kovind
14 Jagdeep Dhankhar Jagdeep Dhankhar
(b. 1951)
2022
(74.50)
11 August 2022 Incumbent 1 year, 315 days Droupadi Murmu

List of prime ministers

No. Prime ministers Portrait Term in office Lok Sabha Cabinet Constituency Party
Start End Tenure
1 Atal Bihari Vajpayee 19 March 1998 10 October 1999 6 years, 64 days 12th Vajpayee II
Lucknow
Bharatiya Janata Party  
10 October 1999 22 May 2004 13th Vajpayee III
2 Narendra Modi 26 May 2014 30 May 2019 10 years, 26 days 16th Modi I
Varanasi
30 May 2019 9 June 2024 17th Modi II
9 June 2024 Incumbent 18th Modi III

List of deputy prime ministers

No. Deputy Prime minister Portrait Term in office Lok Sabha Prime Minister Constituency
Start End Tenure
1 L. K. Advani 29 June 2002 22 May 2004 1 year, 328 days 13th Atal Bihari Vajpayee
Gandhinagar

List of chief ministers

Chief ministers from the National Democratic Alliance
S.No State Name Portrait Cabinet
1. Andhra Pradesh N. Chandrababu Naidu Naidu IV
2. Arunachal Pradesh Pema Khandu
Pema Khandu V
3. Assam Himanta Biswa Sarma
Sarma I
4. Bihar Nitish Kumar Kumar IX
5. Chhattisgarh Vishnu Deo Sai
Sai I
6. Goa Pramod Sawant Pramod Sawant II
7. Gujarat Bhupendrabhai Patel Bhupendrabhai Patel II
8. Haryana Nayab Singh Saini
Saini I
9. Madhya Pradesh Mohan Yadav Mohan Yadav I
10. Maharashtra Eknath Shinde
Eknath Shinde I
11. Manipur N. Biren Singh N. Biren Singh II
12. Meghalaya Conrad Sangma Conrad Sangma II
13. Nagaland Neiphiu Rio Neiphiu Rio V
14. Odisha Mohan Charan Majhi Majhi I
15. Puducherry N. Rangaswamy N. Rangaswamy IV
16. Rajasthan Bhajan Lal Sharma Sharma I
17. Sikkim Prem Singh Tamang Prem Singh Tamang II
18. Tripura Manik Saha Manik Saha II
19. Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath Yogi Adityanath II
20. Uttarakhand Pushkar Singh Dhami Pushkar Singh Dhami II

List of deputy chief ministers

Deputy chief ministers from the National Democratic Alliance
S.No State Name Portrait
1. Andhra Pradesh Pawan Kalyan
2. Arunachal Pradesh Chowna Mein
3. Bihar Samrat Choudhary
Vijay Kumar Sinha
4. Chhattisgarh Arun Sao
Vijay Sharma
5. Madhya Pradesh Jagdish Devda
Rajendra Shukla
6. Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis
Ajit Pawar
7. Meghalaya Prestone Tynsong
Sniawbhalang Dhar
8. Nagaland T. R. Zeliang
Yanthungo Patton
9. Odisha Kanak Vardhan Singh Deo
Pravati Parida
10. Rajasthan Diya Kumari
Prem Chand Bairwa
11. Uttar Pradesh
Brijesh Pathak
Keshav Prasad Maurya

Member parties

As of March 2024, there are 39 political parties that are members of the alliance. The Bharatiya Janata Party and the National People's Party are the only two political parties being recognised by the Election Commission of India as national parties.[58] Other parties in the alliance are either recognised as state level parties or unrecognised parties.

Candidates in elections

Lok Sabha general elections

List of National Democratic Alliance candidates in the 1998 Indian general election
List of National Democratic Alliance candidates in the 1999 Indian general election
List of National Democratic Alliance candidates in the 2004 Indian general election
List of National Democratic Alliance candidates in the 2009 Indian general election
List of National Democratic Alliance candidates in the 2014 Indian general election
List of National Democratic Alliance candidates in the 2019 Indian general election
List of National Democratic Alliance candidates in the 2024 Indian general election

Electoral history

Lok Sabha 1998 general election

Constituents of National Democratic Alliance (pre-poll alliance)
No. Party Alliance in states Seats
contested
Seats
won
1 Bharatiya Janata Party All States and UTs 388 182 Increase 21
2
All India Trinamool Congress
West Bengal 28 7 Increase 7
3 All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
  • Tamil Nadu
  • Pondicherry
23 18 Increase 18
4 Samata Party
  • Bihar
  • Uttar Pradesh
23 12 Increase 4
5 Shiv Sena
  • Maharashtra
22 6 Decrease 9
6 Biju Janata Dal Orissa 12 9 Increase 9
7 Lok Shakti
  • Karnataka
  • Nagaland
11 3 Increase 3
8 Shiromani Akali Dal Punjab 8 8 Steady
9 Pattali Makkal Katchi Tamil Nadu 5 4 Increase 4
10 Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Tamil Nadu 5 3 Increase 3
11 Haryana Vikas Party Haryana 4 1 Decrease 2
12 NTR Telugu Desam Party (LP) Andhra Pradesh 3 0 Steady
13 Janata Dal
  • Punjab
  • Bihar
2 2 Decrease 45
14 Manipur State Congress Party Manipur 1 1 Increase 1
15 Janata Party Tamil Nadu 1 1 Increase 1
16 Sikkim Democratic Front Sikkim 1 1 Increase 1
17 Satnam Singh Kainth (independent candidate supported by BJP) Punjab 1 1 Increase 1
18 Vazhappady K. Ramamurthy (independent candidate supported by BJP) Tamil Nadu 1 1 Increase 1
19 Maneka Gandhi (independent candidate supported by BJP) Uttar Pradesh 1 1 Increase 1
20 Suresh Kalmadi (independent candidate supported by BJP) Maharashtra 1 0 Decrease 1
Total NDA candidates 541 261 Increase 75

Lok Sabha 1999 general election

Constituents of National Democratic Alliance (pre-poll alliance)
No. Party Alliance in states Seats
contested
Seats
won
1 Bharatiya Janata Party All States and UTs 339 182 Steady
2 Janata Dal (United)
  • Bihar
  • Karnataka
  • Uttar Pradesh
  • Kerala
  • Rajasthan
  • Lakshadweep
41 21 Increase 21
3 Telugu Desam Party Andhra Pradesh 34 29 Increase 17
4
All India Trinamool Congress
  • West Bengal
  • Tripura
29 8 Increase 1
5 Shiv Sena Maharashtra 22 15 Increase 9
6 Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Tamil Nadu 19 12 Steady
7 Biju Janata Dal Orissa 12 10 Increase 1
8 Shiromani Akali Dal Punjab 9 2 Decrease 6
9 Pattali Makkal Katchi
  • Tamil Nadu
  • Pondicherry
8 5 Increase 1
10 Indian National Lok Dal Haryana 5 5 Increase 5
11 Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Tamil Nadu 5 4 Increase 1
12 Akhil Bharatiya Loktantrik Congress Uttar Pradesh 4 2 Increase 2
13 Bihar People's Party Bihar 2 0 Steady
14 Himachal Vikas Congress Himachal Pradesh 1 1 Increase 1
15 Manipur State Congress Party Manipur 1 1 Increase 1
16
MGR Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
Tamil Nadu 1 1 Increase 1
17 Sikkim Democratic Front Sikkim 1 1 Steady
18
Tamizhaga Rajiv Congress
Tamil Nadu 1 0
19 Democratic Bahujan Samaj Morcha Punjab 1 0
20 Arunachal Congress Arunachal Pradesh 1 0
21 Socialist Republican Party Kerala 1 0
22 Maneka Gandhi (independent candidate supported by BJP) Uttar Pradesh 1 1 Steady
23 Vanlalzawma (independent candidate supported by BJP) Mizoram 1 1 Increase 1
24 Sansuma Khunggur Bwiswmuthiary (independent candidate supported by BJP) Assam 1 1 Increase 1
25 Pawan Pandey (independent candidate supported by BJP) Uttar Pradesh 1 0
26 Natabar Bagdi (independent candidate supported by BJP) West Bengal 1 0
27 Elwin Teron (independent candidate supported by BJP) Assam 1 0
Total NDA candidates 543 302 Increase 57

Lok Sabha 2004 general election

Constituents of National Democratic Alliance (pre-poll alliance)
No. Party Alliance in states Seats
contested
Seats
won
1 Bharatiya Janata Party All States and UTs 364 138 Decrease 44
2 Janata Dal (United)
  • Bihar
  • Karnataka
  • Uttar Pradesh
  • Lakshadweep
  • Assam
33 8 Decrease 13
3 Telugu Desam Party Andhra Pradesh 33 5 Decrease 24
4 All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Tamil Nadu 33 0 Decrease 10
5
All India Trinamool Congress
  • West Bengal
  • Meghalaya
  • Tripura
31 2 Decrease 6
6 Shiv Sena Maharashtra 22 12 Decrease 3
7 Biju Janata Dal Orissa 12 11 Increase 1
8 Shiromani Akali Dal Punjab 10 8 Increase 6
9 Indian Federal Democratic Party Kerala 1 1 Decrease 13
10 Sikkim Democratic Front Sikkim 1 1 Steady
11 Naga People's Front Nagaland 1 1 Increase 1
12 Mizo National Front Mizoram 1 1 Increase 1
13 Sansuma Khunggur Bwiswmuthiary (Independent candidate)
supported by BJP
Assam 1 1 Increase 1
Total NDA Candidates 543 189 Decrease 113

Lok Sabha 2009 general election

Constituents of National Democratic Alliance (pre-poll alliance)
No. Party Alliance in states Seats
contested
Seats
won
1 Bharatiya Janata Party All States and UTs 433 116 Decrease 22
2 Janata Dal (United)
  • Bihar
  • Jharkhand
  • Kerala
  • Tamil Nadu
  • Uttar Pradesh
32 20 Increase 12
3 Shiv Sena
  • Maharashtra
  • Tamil Nadu
24 11 Decrease 1
4 Shiromani Akali Dal Punjab 10 4 Decrease 4
5 Rashtriya Lok Dal Uttar Pradesh 7 5 Increase 2
6 Asom Gana Parishad Assam 6 1 Decrease 5
7 Indian National Lok Dal Haryana 5 0 Decrease 5
8 Naga People's Front Nagaland 1 1 Steady
9 Ajitrao Ghorpade (independent candidate supported by BJP) Maharashtra 1 0 Decrease 1
10 H. Lallungmuana (independent candidate supported by BJP) Mizoram 1 0 Decrease 1
Total 520 158 Decrease 31

Lok Sabha 2014 general election

Constituents of National Democratic Alliance (pre-poll alliance)
No. Party Alliance in states Seats
contested
Seats
won
1 Bharatiya Janata Party All states and UTs 422 282 Increase 166
2 Telugu Desam Party Andhra Pradesh 30 16 Increase 10
3 Shiv Sena Maharashtra 23 18 Increase 7
4 Desiya Murpokku Dravida Kazhagam Tamil Nadu 14 0 Steady
5 Shiromani Akali Dal Punjab 10 4 Steady
6 Pattali Makkal Katchi Tamil Nadu 8 1 Steady
7 Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Tamil Nadu 7 0 Steady
8 Lok Janshakti Party Bihar 7 6 Increase 2
9 Rashtriya Lok Samta Party Bihar 3 3
10
Apna Dal
Uttar Pradesh 2 2
11 Swabhimani Paksha Maharashtra 2 1
12 Haryana Janhit Congress (BL) Haryana 2 0
13 All India N.R. Congress Puducherry 1 1
14 National People's Party Meghalaya 1 1
15 Naga People's Front Nagaland 1 1
16
Puthiya Needhi Katchi
Tamil Nadu 1 0
17 Kongunadu Makkal Desia Katchi Tamil Nadu 1 0
18
Indhiya Jananayaga Katchi
Tamil Nadu 1 0
19
Republican Party of India (A)
Maharashtra 1 0
20 Rashtriya Samaj Paksha Maharashtra 1 0
21
Revolutionary Socialist Party (Bolshevik)
Kerala 1 0
22 Kerala Congress (Nationalist) Kerala 1 0
23 Mizo National Front Mizoram 1 0
24 Urkhao Gwra Brahma (Independent candidate) Assam 1 0
Total NDA Candidates 542 336 Increase178

Contested on BJP symbol lotus

Lok Sabha 2019 general election

Constituents of National Democratic Alliance (pre-poll alliance)
No. Party Alliance in states Seats
contested
Seats
won
1 Bharatiya Janata Party All states and UTs 437 303 Increase 21
2 Shiv Sena Maharasthra 23 18 Steady
3 All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Tamil Nadu 20 1 Decrease 36
4 Janata Dal (United) Bihar 17 16 Increase 14
5 Shiromani Akali Dal Punjab 10 2 Decrease 2
6 Pattali Makkal Katchi Tamil Nadu 7 0 Decrease 1
7 Lok Janshakti Party Bihar 6 6 Steady
8 Bharath Dharma Jana Sena Kerala 4 0 New
9 Desiya Murpokku Dravida Kazhagam Tamil Nadu 4 0 Steady
10 Asom Gana Parishad Assam 3 0 Steady
11
Apna Dal (Sonelal)
Uttar Pradesh 2 2 New
12 All Jharkhand Students Union Jharkhand 1 1 Increase 1
13 Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party Nagaland 1 1 New
14 Rashtriya Loktantrik Party Rajasthan 1 1 New
15 Tamil Maanila Congress Tamil Nadu 1 0 New
16
Puthiya Needhi Katchi
Tamil Nadu 1 0 Steady
17 Puthiya Tamilagam Tamil Nadu 1 0 Steady
18 Bodoland People's Front Assam 1 0 Steady
19 Kerala Congress (Thomas) Kerala 1 0 New
20 All India N.R. Congress Pudhucherry 1 0 Decrease 1
21 Sumalatha (independent candidate supported by BJP) Karnataka 1 1 Increase 1
Total 543 352 Increase 16

Contested on AIADMK two leaves symbol

Lok Sabha 2024 general election

Constituents of National Democratic Alliance (pre-poll alliance)
No. Party Alliance in states Seats
contested
Seats
won
1 Bharatiya Janata Party All states and UTs 437 240 Decrease 63
2 Telugu Desam Party Andhra Pradesh 17 16 Increase 13
3 Janata Dal (United) Bihar 16 12 Decrease 4
4 Shiv Sena Maharasthra 15 7 Decrease 11
5 Pattali Makkal Katchi Tamil Nadu 10 0 Steady
6 Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas) Bihar 5 5 New
7 Nationalist Congress Party Maharashtra Lakshadweep 5 1 Decrease 4
8 Bharath Dharma Jana Sena Kerala 4 0 Steady
9 Janata Dal (Secular) Karnataka 3 2 Increase 1
10 Tamil Maanila Congress Tamil Nadu 3 0 Steady
11
Apna Dal (Sonelal)
Uttar Pradesh 2 1 Decrease 1
12 Asom Gana Parishad Assam 2 1 Increase 1
13 Amma Makkal Munnetra Kazhagam Tamil Nadu 2 0 Steady
14 Jana Sena Party Andhra Pradesh 2 2 Increase 2
15 National People's Party Meghalaya 2 0 Decrease 1
16 Rashtriya Lok Dal Uttar Pradesh 2 2 Increase 2
17 All Jharkhand Students Union Jharkhand 1 1 Steady
18 Hindustani Awam Morcha Bihar 1 1 Increase 1
19 Naga People's Front Manipur 1 0 Decrease 1
20 Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party Nagaland 1 0 Decrease 1
21 Rashtriya Lok Morcha Bihar 1 0 New
22 Rashtriya Samaj Paksha Maharashtra 1 0 Steady
23 Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party Uttar Pradesh 1 0 Steady
24
United People's Party Liberal
Assam 1 1 Increase 1
25
Indhiya Jananayaga Katchi
Tamil Nadu 1 0 Steady
26 Puthiya Needhi Katchi Tamil Nadu 1 0 Steady
27 Tamizhaga Makkal Munnetra Kazhagam Tamil Nadu 1 0 Steady
28 Inthiya Makkal Kalvi Munnetra Kazhagam Tamil Nadu 1 0 Steady
29 O. Panneerselvam (independent candidate supported by BJP) Tamil Nadu 1 0
30 Maharashtra Navnirman Sena Maharashtra DNC DNC DNC
Total 540 292 Decrease 60

Contested by BJP symbol lotus

  • Indhiya Jananayaga Katchi
  • Puthiya Needhi Katchi
  • Tamizhaga Makkal Munnetra Kazhagam
  • Inthiya Makkal Kalvi Munnetra Kazhagam

Electoral performance

Election Seats won Change Total votes Share of votes Swing Status NDA Leader
1998
265 / 543
New 150,679,142 40.90% New Government Atal Bihari Vajpayee
1999
302 / 543
Increase37 149,823,824 41.12% Increase3.84% Government Atal Bihari Vajpayee
2004
188 / 543
Decrease114 141,623,671 36.34% Decrease2.52% Opposition Atal Bihari Vajpayee
2009
158 / 543
Decrease30 101,361,535 24.30% Decrease4.94% Opposition L. K. Advani
2014
336 / 543
Increase178 211,784,403 38.66% Increase12.00% Government Narendra Modi
2019
353 / 543
Increase17 272,836,794 44.90% Increase10.28% Government Narendra Modi
2024
293 / 543
Decrease60 TBD TBD TBD Government Narendra Modi

Timeline

2009

  • United Andhra Pradesh, joined the NDA on 10 May 2009[59][60] and subsequently denied the fact that it joined NDA and clarified that they only extended the support.[61]

2011

2012

Presidential election
Vice-Presidential election
  • Vice-President against UPA's Hamid Ansari. Ansari won his second term in office.[62]

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

JJP joined hands with NDA to forming a stable government at Haryana with BJP[96]

Shiv Sena exited from the NDA, as BJP was not willing to agree for Sharing CM Post with Shiv Sena to form government in Maharashtra.[97]

  • In November 2019, NDA won the state election of Haryana
  • In November 2019, NDA lost the state election of Maharashtra
  • On 15 November 2019 in Jharkhand,

BJP, AJSU sever ties in Jharkhand days before Assembly elections 2019.[98]

  • On 23 November 2019 in Maharashtra, NCP (Ajit Pawar Faction) joined NDA, Ajit Pawar took oath as Maharashtra's Deputy Chief Minister.
  • On 26 November 2019 in Maharashtra, Ajit Pawar resigns as Maharashtra's Deputy Chief Minister. With immediate effect Devendra Fadnvis also resigns from the post of CM of Maharashtra. His term becomes the shortest term as Maharashtra's Chief Minister.
  • In December 2019, NDA lost the state election of Jharkhand.

2020

2021

2022

2023

2024

See also

Notes

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