Indian general elections 1951–1971

Indian general elections 1951–1971

Election to Indian Lok Sabha between the years of 1951 and 1971.

"Parties are listed in the following order; First listed are parties registered as National parties, secondly parties registered as State parties and then unrecognized parties that won seats. Unrecognized parties that failed to win any seats are not listed."


Lok Sabha elections 1971

Electoral participation: 55,27%
Bharatiya Jana SanghBJS7,3522
Communist Party of IndiaCPI4,3723
Communist Party of India (Marxist)CPI(M)5,1225
Indian National Congress (Indira)INC(I)43,68352
Indian National Congress (Organization)INC(O)10,4316
Praja Socialist PartyPSP1,042
Samyukta Socialist PartySSP2,433
Swatantra PartySP3,078
All Party Hill Leaders ConferenceAPHLC0,061
All India Forward BlocAIFB0,662
Bangla CongressBC0,351
Bharatiya Kranti DalBKD2,181
Dravida Munnetra KazhagamDMK3,8423
Indian Union Muslim LeagueIUML0,282
Jana CongressJC0,040
Chota Nagpur Santhal Parganas Janata PartyJP0,090
Kerala CongressKC0,373
Maharashtrawadi Gomantak PartyMGP0,040
Naga Nationalist OrganisationNNO0,040
Peasants and Workers Party of IndiaPWPI0,510
Revolutionary Socialist PartyRSP0,493
Shiromani Akali DalSAD0,871
United Front of NagalandUFN0,061
United Goans (Sequiera Group)UG(S)0,041
Vishal HaryanaVH0,241
Jharkhand PartyJP0,191
Republican Party of IndiaRPI0,11
Telangana Praja SamithiTPS1,2810
Utkal CongressUC0,721
Independents- 8,3814

Nominated Anglo-Indians - -2


Lok Sabha elections 1967

Electoral participation: 61,04%
Bharatiya Jana SanghBJS9,3135
Communist Party of IndiaCPI5,1123
Communist Party of India (Marxist)CPI(M)4,2819
Indian National CongressINC40,78283
Praja Socialist PartyPSP3,0613
Samyukta Socialist PartySSP4,9223
Swatantra PartySP8,6744
Akali Dal – Master Tara SinghADM0,130
Akali Dal – Sant Fateh SinghADS0,663
All India Forward BlocAIFB0,432
Bangla CongressBC0,835
Dravida Munnetra KazhagamDMK3,7925
Democratic National ConferenceDNC0,020
Indian Union Muslim LeagueIUML0,282
Kerala CongressKC0,220
Naga Nationalist OrganisationNNO0,000
Peasants and Workers Party of IndiaPWPI0,712
Republican Party of IndiaRPI2,471
United Goans (Furtado Group)UG(F)0,000
United Goans (Sequiera Group)UG(S)0,071
Jana Kranti DalJKD0,131
Jammu & Kashmir National ConferenceNC0,141
Independents- 13,7835

Nominated Anglo-Indians- -2


Lok Sabha elections 1962

Electoral participation: 55,42%
Bharatiya Jana SanghBJS6,4414
Communist Party of IndiaCPI 9,9429
Indian National CongressINC44,72361
Praja Socialist PartyPSP6,8112
Socialist PartySSP2,696
Swatantra PartySP7,8918
Akali DalAD0,723
Akhil Bharatiya Hindu MahasabhaABHM0,651
Akhil Bharatiya Ram Rajya ParishadRRP0,62
All India Forward BlocAIFB0,722
All Party Hill Leaders ConferenceAPHLC0,081
Chota Nagpur Santhal Parganas Janata PartyCNSPJP0,413
Dravida Munnetra KazhagamDMK2,017
Ganatantra ParishadGP0,34
Indian Union Muslim LeagueIUML0,362
Peasants and Workers Party of IndiaPWPI0,10
Republican Party of IndiaRPI2,8310
Haryana Lok SamitiHLS0,11
Lok Sevak SanghLSS0,242
Nutan Maha Gujarat Janata ParishadNMGJP0,171
Revolutionary Socialist PartyRSP0,392
Independents- 11,0520

Nominated Anglo-Indians- -2


Lok Sabha elections 1957

Electoral participation: 55,42%
Bharatiya Jana SanghBJS5,974
Communist Party of IndiaCPI 8,9227
Indian National CongressINC47,78371
Praja Socialist PartyPSP10,4119
Akhil Bharatiya Hindu MahasabhaABHM0,861
Akhil Bharatiya Ram Rajya ParishadRRP0,380
Chota Nagpur Santhal Parganas Janata PartyCNSPJP0,423
Forward Bloc (Marxist)AIFB0,552
Ganatantra ParishadGP1,077
Jharkhand PartyJKP0,626
Peasants and Workers Party of IndiaPWPI0,774
People's Democratic FrontPDF0,872
Praja PartyPP0,120
Revolutionary Socialist PartyRSP0,260
Scheduled Castes FederationSCF1,696

Nominated Anglo-Indians - -2


Lok Sabha elections 1951.

Electoral participation: 44,87%
Akhil Bharatiya Hindu MahasabhaABHM0,954
Akhil Bharatiya Ram Rajya ParishadRRP1,973
Bharatiya Jana SanghBJS3,063
Bolshevik Party of IndiaBPI0,020
Communist Party of IndiaCPI 3,2916
Forward Bloc (Marxist)FB(M)0,911
Forward Bloc (Ruiker)FB(R)0,130
Indian National CongressINC44,99364
Krishikar Lok PartyKLP1,411
Kisan Mazdoor Praja PartyKMPP5,799
Revolutionary Communist Party of IndiaRCPI0,060
Revolutionary Socialist PartyRSP0,443
Scheduled Caste FederationSCF2,382
Socialist PartySP10,5912
All India Republican PartyREP0,040
All India Republican PartyRPP0,050
All India United Kisan SabhaUKS0,060
All Manipur National UnionAMNU0,020
All Peoples PartyAPP0,030
Chota Nagpur Santhal Parganas Janata PartyCNSPJP0,221
Cochin PartyCP0,010
Common Weal PartyCWP0,313
Ganatantra ParishadGP0,916
Gandhi Sebak SevaGSS0,010
Hill Peoples PartyHPP0,020
Historical ResearchHR0,000
Hyderabad State Praja PartyHSPP0,010
Jharkhand PartyJKP0,713
Justice PartyJP0,060
Kamgar Kisan PakshaKKP0,130
Kerala Socialist PartyKSP0,10
Khasi-Jaintia DurbarKJD0,030
Kisan Janata Sumyukta PartyKJSP0,010
Kisan Mazdoor MandalKMM0,010
Kuki National AssociationKNA0,010
Lok Sevak SanghLSS0,292
Madras State Muslim League PartyMSMLP0,081
National Party of IndiaNPI0,000
Peasants and Workers Party of IndiaPWPI0,942
Peoples Democratic FrontPDF1,297
Praja PartyPP0,020
Punjab Depressed Class LeaguePDCL0,010
Pursharathi PanchayatPURP0,010
Revolutionary Socialist Party (Uttar Pradesh)RSP(UP)0,020
Shiromani Akali DalSAD0,994
S.K. PakshaSKP0,130
Saurashtra Khedut SanghSKS0,030
Tamil Nadu Toilers PartyTNTP0,844
Tamil Nadu Congress PartyTNCP0,030
Tribal SanghaTS0,110
Travancore Tamil Nadu Congress PartyTTNC0,111
Uttar Pradesh Praja PartyUPP0,20
Zamindar PartyZP0,270

Nominated Anglo-Indians- -2

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