||Who recognizes the political parties in India?
||Election Commission of India
||A political party in India can be recognized as a National Party if it has state party status in at least how many states?
||A political party is recognized as a regional party, if –
It gets 8% votes in the State either in Lok Sabha or the Assembly election
||The word ‘National’ in the Indian National Congress was influenced by –
||Reaction against British rule
||The Nationalist Congress Party was formed in 1999 following the split in –
||Indian National Congress Party
||After the formation of the Bharatiya Janata Party, who became its first President?
||Who was the founder of the ‘Independent Labour Party’?
||In which year was the Communist Party of India divided into two parties- CPI and CPI (M)?
||In which state a regional party is not in power?
||Who is empowered to recognize various political parties in India as National or Regional Parties?
||The Election Commission
||Which scholar described the party system prevailing in India in the early years of Independence as one one-party dominant system?
||The party system is the part of which larger system?
||Inner-Party Democracy stands for –
Periodical elections within the party to elect the office bearers of the party
||What was the date when the Anti-Defection Bill was passed?
||15 February 1985
||The political parties got the Constitutional recognition for the first time in the year –
||When was the Anti-Defection Law was enacted as early as 1979?
||Jammu & Kashimir
||To be officially recognized by the Speaker of Lok Sabha as an Opposition Group, a party, or a coalition of parties must have at least –
||In which State Communist parties jointly launched the “Bhu-Poratam” Movement?
||The principle of ‘Kamaraj Plan’ was –
||Making the Indian National Congress Vibrant