Indian General Election Results 2019 – PM Election Results 2019: The Prime Ministerial polls which are also commonly known as Lok Sabha Elections in India which will be held throughout the country for which the dates and schedule announced by the EC, in India the Prime Minister is not directly elected but through the voting through MP’s, the people have the right to vote to their MP and the candidate who is willing to become the PM has to prove his majority in the parliament, majority in since the 50% of total seats + 1 seat to go ahead for the post and become and serve as PM of the country.
In India, there are many famous political parties like Indian National Congress (INC), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Samajwadi Party (SP), Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), TRS (Telangana Rashtra Samithi), TDP, AIADMK, BJD etc, so there are famous alliance names as UPA (Congress+) and NDA (BJP+), as after the Lok Sabha polls to prove the majority the political parties could ask for the support from its allies if they are lacking to proov, sometimes there is post poll alliance also completed and government is formed although the one is decided based on many factors usually from the single largest party becoming the PM.
Indian General Election Results 2019 – PM Election Results 2019
Here is the information about the UPA and NDA, whichever alliance grabs the 50%+1 seats of the total will be considered and eligible to form the government and PM usually form their party only. The time period given to the PM is same as the MP, which is 5 years after which again the fresh elections are held for all constituency in the state to elect the Member of parliaments once again.
There are many states which will also witness and go for the Assembly Polls along with the General Elections like Telangana etc, there people will have the option to vote for two, one for the MLA and another for the MP, the MLA’s serves for the period of 5 years as well as same for the MP. In the polls of 2014, the BJP has formed the government as NDA, whereas UPA failed to gain the majority and unable to form the government at the centra level, although there was pre-decided or prepoll prime ministerial candidate from various parties were also declared but in some cases the political parties will declare their prime minister candidate after the polls.