What is a national political party?

A registered party is recognised as a National Party only if it fulfils any one of the following three conditions: The party wins 2 per cent of the seats in the Lok Sabha (as of 2014, 11 seats) from at least 3 different States; or. A party gets recognition as State Party in four or more States.

When was the BJP founded?

April 6, 1980
Bharatiya Janata Party/Founded

Does hammer and sickle symbolism?

The hammer and sickle (Unicode: “☭”) is a symbol meant to represent proletarian solidarity – a union between the peasantry (pre-industrial term) and the working class. It was first adopted during the Russian Revolution, the hammer representing workers and the sickle representing the farmers.

What are the major political parties in India?

National Political Parties: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Indian National Congress (INC or Congress) Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) Communist Party of India (CPI) Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) Nationalist Congress Party (NCP)

What are unrecognized political parties in India?

An Unrecognized Political Party is the one who does not have the privilege of contesting the elections on a symbol of its own. This party has to choose one symbol out of the list of ‘free symbols’ issued by the poll panel. There are more than hundred Unrecognized Political Parties in India, some of them are enlisted below:

Can two political parties have the same symbol?

Two Parties can have same symbol as long as they are not fighting the election against each other. Although National Parties can use their symbol across the nation. e.g. Samajwadi Party and J&K Panthers Party have same symbol since their regional influence is different. Hope this article was useful to know about the political parties in India.

What is India’s political system?

List Of All Political Parties In India With Their Founder Presidents – Check Here! India is the largest democracy in the world and therefore its political system is made of a multitude of factions and political parties. So let’s take a look at the chronology, relevance, and importance of the many political parties that India saw arise and fall.