Indian Political Parties

Indian Political Parties

India has a multi-party system with a predominance of small regional parties. Political parties that wish to contest local, state or national elections are required to be registered by three or more states, it is declared as a "National party" by the EC. Otherwise, it is known as a "State Party."

Read more about Indian Political Parties:  National Political Parties, State Political Parties (State Wise List), Registered Unrecognized Parties

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