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There are now 2293 political parties in India: ranging from the biggest party to the trust party

'The biggest party' ... Do not imagine who is the greatest because it is the name of the party itself and such a small number of about 2300 political parties are registered in the Election Commission.

There are now 2293 political parties in India: ranging from the biggest party to the trust party
There are now 2293 political parties in India: ranging from the biggest party to the trust party

                                             New Delhi:

'The biggest party' ... Do not imagine who is the greatest because it is the name of the party itself and such a small number of about 2300 political parties are registered in the Election Commission. According to the latest data of political parties in the Election Commission of India, there are a total of 2293 political parties in the country. There are seven recognized national and 59 recognized state parties out of these parties registered in the Election Commission.

Generally, the registration process of parties begins before the elections are held. Even before this Lok Sabha election, many political parties approached the Election Commission for registration. Of February and March, 149 political parties have registered themselves in the Commission. This series of registration of political parties dates back to 9 March, a day before the announcement of the Lok Sabha elections.

During the November-December last year, 58 political parties had registered themselves before the assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Telangana, Mizoram, and Chhattisgarh. Recently, the political parties which have registered in the Commission include political parties like 'Bharosa Party', 'National Clean Party Party' and 'Biggest Party'.
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'Bahujan Azad Party' from Sitamarhi in Bihar, 'Group Unity Party' from Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh and 'New Generation People's Party' has been registered by Tamil Nadu's comptroller. Nonetheless, these are registered but non-recognized political parties. They do not have any specific symbols for which they can contest. They have to choose from the 'free election symbols' issued by the Election Commission. According to the commission's latest circular, there are 84 such symbols. One more thing, the candidates of these parties may have to fight on different election symbols in every constituency.
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