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National Democratic Alliance (NDA)
ChairpersonAmit Shah
Lok Sabha leaderNarendra Modi
(Prime Minister)
Rajya Sabha leaderThawar Chand Gehlot
(Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment)
FounderLal Krishna Advani and Atal Bihari Vajpayee
(Bharatiya Janata Party)
Political positionCentre-right to right-wing
No. of members25 Parties
Seats in Lok Sabha
Seats in Rajya Sabha
Seats in State Legislative Assemblies
Number of states and union territories in government

The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) is a coalition of right wing to far right political parties in India, and over the time has had some centre to left parties in it as well. At the time of its formation in 1998, it was led by the BJP and had 13 constituent parties.

Its chairman was late Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. Also representing the alliance are L. K. Advani, former Deputy Prime Minister, who is the acting chairman of the Alliance, Narendra Modi, current Prime Minister and the Leader of the House in Lok Sabha; and Thawar Chand Gehlot, Leader of the House in Rajya Sabha and Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment. The coalition ruled from 1998 to 2004. The alliance returned to power in the 2014 General Elections with a combined vote share of 38.5%.[1] Its leader, Narendra Modi, was sworn in as Prime Minister of India on 26 May 2014. In the 2019 General Elections, the Alliance further increased its tally to 353 seats with combined vote share of 45.43%.[2]


First prime minister from NDA, Atal Bihari Vajpayee
Prime Minister Narendra Modi

The NDA was formed in May 1998 as a coalition to contest the general elections. It was led by the BJP, and included several regional parties, including the Samta Party and the AIADMK, as well as Shiv Sena, the only member which shared the Hindutva ideology of the BJP.[3][4] With outside support provided by the TDP, the NDA was able to muster a slim majority in the elections of 1998, and Atal Bihari Vajpayee returned as prime minister.[5] The government collapsed within a year because the (AIADMK) withdrew its support. After the entry of a few more regional parties, the NDA proceeded to win the 1999 elections with a larger majority. Vajpayee became Prime Minister for a third time, this time for a full five-year term.[6]

The NDA called elections in early 2004, six months ahead of schedule. Its campaign was based around the slogan of "India Shining" which attempted to depict the NDA government as responsible for a rapid economic transformation of the country. However, the NDA suffered a defeat, winning only a 186 seats in the Lok Sabha, compared to the 222 of the United Progressive Alliance led by the Congress, with Manmohan Singh succeeding Vajpayee as prime minister. Commentators have stated that the NDA's failure to reach out to the rural masses was the explanation for its defeat.[7][8]


The National Democratic Alliance does not have a formal governing structure in place, such as an executive board or politburo. It has been up to the leaders of the individual parties to make decisions on issues such as sharing of seats in elections, allocation of ministries and the issues that are raised in Parliament. Given the varied ideologies among the parties, there have been many cases of disagreement and split voting among the allies. Owing to ill health, George Fernandes, who was the NDA convener until 2008, was discharged of his responsibility and replaced by Sharad Yadav, the then national president of the JD(U) political party. On 16 June 2013, the JD(U) left the coalition and Sharad Yadav resigned from the role of the NDA convener. Then the CM of Andhra Pradesh Chandrababu Naidu was made the NDA convener.[9] On 27 July 2017 JD(U) with the help of BJP formed the government in Bihar. Later, on 19 August 2017 JD(U) formally rejoined the NDA after 4 years.[10]

Present Members and Seats in Parliament

Currently, the parties in and supporting the NDA are:

NDA Governments in various states

  BJP (11)
  INC (5)
  Other parties (AITC, AAP, BJD, CPI(M), TRS and YSRCP) (6)
  Lieutenant Governor's rule(1)
  No legislature (6)

As of December 2019, the BJP holds a majority of Legislative Assembly in 11 states - Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Goa, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Karnataka, Manipur, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. In Haryana, BJP shares power as the senior partner (Chief Minister of BJP) with Jannayak Janta Party.

In 6 other states, Bihar, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tamil Nadu (Although, BJP has not a single seat in Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly) it shares power as Junior Partner with other political parties of the NDA coalition.

The BJP has previously been the sole party in power in Delhi, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and Rajasthan. It has also ruled Andhra Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Maharashtra, Odisha, Punjab and Puducherry as part of coalition governments.

The BJP has never been in power in 3 states-Kerala, Telangana (between 1999 and 2004 BJP in alliance with TDP ruled a United Andhra Pradesh) and West Bengal.

List of Current NDA Governments

S.No State/UT NDA Govt Since Chief Minister Party/alliance partner Seats in Assembly

Last election

Name Party Seats Since 1 2 3 Others IND
1 Gujarat 28 February 1998 Vijay Rupani BJP 103 7 August 2016 103/182 18 December 2017
2 Goa 6 March 2012 Pramod Sawant BJP 27 19 March 2019 MGP (1) 3 31/40 11 March 2017
3 Haryana 19 October 2014 Manohar Lal Khattar BJP 40 26 October 2014 JJP (10) 7 57/90 24 October 2019
4 Assam 19 May 2016 Sarbananda Sonowal BJP 61 19 May 2016 AGP (14) BPF (12) 1 88/126 19 May 2016
5 Arunachal Pradesh 16 September 2016 Pema Khandu BJP 41 16 September 2016 JD(U) (7) NPP (4) 3 55/60 23 May 2019
6 Manipur 11 March 2017 Nongthombam Biren Singh BJP 31 15 March 2017 NPP(4) NPF(4) LJP(1) 1 41/60 11 March 2017
7 Uttar Pradesh 11 March 2017 Yogi Adityanath BJP 309 19 March 2017 AD(S) (09) NP (01) 319/403 11 March 2017
8 Uttarakhand 11 March 2017 Trivendra Singh Rawat BJP 56 18 March 2017 56/70 11 March 2017
9 Bihar 27 July 2017 Nitish Kumar JD(U) 70 27 July 2017 BJP (54) LJP (2) 4 130/243 8 November 2015
10 Himachal Pradesh 18 December 2017 Jai Ram Thakur BJP 44 27 December 2017 44/68 18 December 2017
11 Meghalaya 6 March 2018 Conrad Sangma NPP 21 6 March 2018 UDP (8) PDF (4) BJP (2) HSPDP (2) 2 39/60 3 March 2018
12 Nagaland 8 March 2018 Neiphiu Rio NDPP 20 8 March 2018 BJP(13) 33/60 3 March 2018
13 Tripura 9 March 2018 Biplab Kumar Deb BJP 36 9 March 2018 IPFT(8) 44/60 3 March 2018
14 Mizoram 15 December 2018 Zoramthanga MNF 27 15 December 2018 BJP (1) 28/40 11 December 2018
15 Tamil Nadu 19 February 2019 Edappadi Palaniswami AIADMK 126 16 February 2017 125/235 19 May 2016
16 Sikkim 23 May 2019 Prem Singh Tamang SKM 19 23 May 2019 BJP (12) 31/32 23 May 2019
17 Karnataka 26 July 2019 B. S. Yediyurappa BJP 117 26 July 2019 2 119/224 15 May 2019

BJP's Strength in State Legislatives Asselemblies

State/UT Assembly BJP NDA Chief Minister from Ref(s)
Andhra Pradesh 175 0 Jana Sena Party (1) YSRCP [11]
Arunachal Pradesh 60 41 Janata Dal (United) (7), National People's Party (4) BJP [12]
Assam 126 61 Asom Gana Parishad (14), Bodoland People's Front (12) BJP [13]
Bihar 243 54 Janata Dal (United) (70), Lok Janshakti Party (2) JD(U) [14]
Chhattisgarh 90 14 None INC [15]
Goa 40 27 Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (1) BJP [16]
Gujarat 182 103 None BJP [17]
Haryana 90 40 Jannayak Janta Party (10) BJP [18]
Himachal Pradesh 68 44 None BJP [19]
Jharkhand 81 25 Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (Prajatantrik) (3),

All Jharkhand Students Union (2)

JMM [20]
Karnataka 224 117 None BJP [21]
Kerala 140 1 Kerala Janapaksham (1) Left Front [22]
Madhya Pradesh 230 108 None INC [23]
Maharashtra 288 105 Rashtriya Samaj Paksha (1), Jan Surajya Sanghtna (1), Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (1) SHS [24]
Manipur 60 31 National People's Party (4), Naga People's Front (4) BJP [25]
Meghalaya 60 2 National People's Party (21), United Democratic Party (8), People's Democratic Front (4), Hill State People's Democratic Party (2) NPP [26]
Mizoram 40 1 Mizo National Front (27) MNF [27]
Nagaland 60 12 Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (21) NDPP [28]
Odisha 147 23 none BJD [29]
Punjab 117 2 Shiromani Akali Dal (14) INC [30]
Rajasthan 200 72 Rashtriya Loktantrik Party (3) INC [31]
Sikkim 32 12 Sikkim Krantikari Morcha (19) SKM [32]
Tamil Nadu 234 0 All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (125) AIADMK [33]
Telangana 119 1 none TRS [34]
Tripura 60 36 Indigenous People's Front of Tripura (8) BJP [35]
Uttar Pradesh 403 309 Apna Dal (Sonelal) (9),Nishad Party (1) BJP [36]
Uttarakhand 70 56 None BJP [37]
West Bengal 294 13 None AITC [38]
Delhi 70 4 None AAP [39]
Jammu and Kashmir TBD NA NA NA [40]
Puducherry 33 3 All India N.R. Congress (7), All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (4) INC [41]
Total 4120 1317 759 NDA (17) 31

List of Prime Ministers

No. Prime Ministers Year Duration Constituency
1 Atal Bihari Vajpayee 1998-2004 6 years 64 days Lucknow
2 Narendra Modi 2014-Incumbent 5 years, 236 days Varanasi

List of NDA Candidates Election wise

List of NDA Candidates for 2019

List of NDA Candidates for 2014

Alliance Election wise

For Lok Sabha Election 2019

Constituents of National Democratic Alliance (Pre-poll Alliance)
Party Alliance in states Seats sharing References
Bharatiya Janata Party All States and UT 437
All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Tamil Nadu 20
Janata Dal (United) Bihar 17
Shiromani Akali Dal Punjab 10
Pattali Makkal Katchi Tamil Nadu 7
Lok Janshakti Party Bihar 6
Desiya Murpokku Dravida Kazhagam Tamil Nadu 4
Bharath Dharma Jana Sena Kerala 4
Asom Gana Parishad Assam 3
Apna Dal (Sonelal) Uttar Pradesh 2
All Jharkhand Students Union Jharkhand 1
Puthiya Tamilagam Tamil Nadu 1
Tamil Maanila Congress Tamil Nadu 1
Puthiya Needhi Katchi Tamil Nadu 1
All India N.R. Congress Pudhucherry 1
Bodoland People's Front Assam 1
Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party Nagaland 1
Kerala Congress (Thomas) Kerala 1
Rashtriya Loktantrik Party Rajasthan 1
Independent Karnataka 1

For Lok Sabha Election 2014

^ BJP had fielded 427 candidates on 427 seats out of 543 but nomination of BJP candidate S. Gurumoorthy was rejected from Niligiris for failing to submit mandatory forms during his nomination.[42][43][44][45][46][47]
(#) NPP, NPF and MNF are contesting in each Seats & Other 8 Members supporting NDA Candidates

For Lok Sabha Election 2009

For Lok Sabha Election 2004

For Lok Sabha Election 1999

For Lok Sabha Election 1998

Past members

Party Base State Year of withdrawal Reason for withdrawal
Lok Shakti Bihar 1999 Merged with Janata Dal (United) for 1999 Elections
J & K National Conference Jammu and Kashmir 2002 Blaming the BJP for its loss in the Jammu and Kashmir state elections.
Samta Party Bihar 2003 Merged with Janata Dal (United) in 2003
Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Tamil Nadu 2004 Aligned with Congress Party during 2004 elections
Haryana Vikas Party Haryana 2004 Merged with Congress
Indian Federal Democratic Party Kerala 2004 Following the 2004 election, Merged with Kerala Congress
All India Trinamool Congress National Party 2007 Aligned with the Congress party before the 2009 elections.
Indian National Lok Dal Haryana 2009 Left due to seat sharing disagreements during assembly elections 2009.
Biju Janata Dal Odisha 2009 Left the alliance just over a month before the 2009 elections.
Telangana Rashtra Samithi Telangana 2009 Left the alliance post defeat in 2009 election.
Janata Dal (Secular) Karnataka 2010 Left the alliance in 2010
Ladakh Union Territory Front Jammu and Kashmir 2010 Merged with BJP.
Kamtapur Progressive Party West Bengal 2010 Withdrew Support due to Merger with Kamtapur People's Party.
Uttarakhand Kranti Dal Uttarakhand 2012 Withdrew Support before State Elections
Rashtriya Lok Dal Uttar Pradesh 2012 Has allied with Congress for 2012 Uttar Pradesh legislative assembly election
Jharkhand Mukti Morcha Jharkhand 2012 Withdrew from alliance in 2012
Janata Party Tamil Nadu 2013 Merged with BJP
Haryana Janhit Congress (BL) Haryana 2014 Withdrew from alliance before 2014 Haryana Legislative Assembly election[49] Merged with Congress in 2016
Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Tamil Nadu 2014 Withdrew alliance in a view to Tamil Nadu Elections 2016
Kerala Congress (Nationalist) (Noble Mathew) Kerala 2016 Merged with BJP[50]
Kerala Janapaksham Kerala 2016 Merged with BJP
Revolutionary Socialist Party of Kerala (Bolshevik) Kerala 2016 Withdrew alliance in a view to 2016 Kerala Legislative Assembly election[51]
Maraland Democratic Front Mizoram 2017 Merged with BJP[52]
Swabhimani Paksha Maharashtra 2017 Broke the alliance[53]
Telugu Desam Party Andhra Pradesh 2018 Withdrawn Support from NDA on 16 March 2018 over the demand of Special Category status to Andhra Pradesh and failure to Implement the corresponding Bifurcation Act.
Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party Jammu and Kashmir 2018 BJP withdrawn support from JKPDP-led government on 19 June 2018.
Rashtriya Lok Samata Party Bihar 2018 Withdrawn from NDA ahead of 2019 Indian general election.
Gorkha Janmukti Morcha West Bengal 2019 Withdrawn from NDA ahead of 2019 Indian general election.[54]
Janadhipathya Samrakshana Samithi (Rajan Babu) Kerala 2019 Merged with Janadhipathya Samrakshana Samithi
Pravasi Nivasi Party Kerala 2019 Withdrawn from NDA ahead of 2019 Indian general election
Janadhipathya Rashtriya Sabha Kerala 2019
Kerala Vikas Congress Kerala 2019 One faction merged with Kerala Congress (B), one faction still in NDA.
Shiv Sena Maharashtra 2019 Disagreement over power sharing after 2019 Maharashtra Legislative Assembly election
All Jharkhand Students Union Jharkhand 2019 Alliance broken ahead of 2019 Jharkhand Legislative Assembly Election due to seat sharing conflict

Year by year changes



Presidential election
Vice-Presidential election


On 16 June 2013, Nitish Kumar led Janta Dal United has withdrawn from NDA.

On 13 September 2013, Narendra Modi declared as PM candidate for 2014 Elections.


On 1 January 2014, Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhhagam leader Vaiko has announced that MDMK formally joined back to NDA. Vaiko also announced Modi will be the best candidate for Prime Minister.[56] The two small parties viz Kongunadu Munnetra Kazhagam and Indhiya Jananayaga Katchi have also joined NDA Alliance. The BJP would like Two more southern parties such as Desiya Murpokku Dravida Kazhagam, Pattali Makkal Katchi to also join the alliance.[57]

In Maharashtra, two regional political outfits, Swabhimani Paksha and Rashtriya Samaj Paksha, joined NDA in January. [58] The coalition of Five parties is termed as Mahayuti. So in Maharashtra now NDA alliance consist of 5 Parties viz BJP, Shiv Sena, Republican Party of India, Swabhimani Paksha and Rashtriya Samaj Paksha.[59]

On 23 February 2014, Rashtriya Lok Samata Party led by Upendra Kushwaha joined NDA and will be contesting at 3 Lok Sabha seats in Bihar.[60] On 27 February 2014 Lok Janshakti Party led by Ram Vilas Paswan joined NDA[61] It would contest at 7 Lok Sabha Seats in Bihar during 2014 Elections.[62]

DMDK will be fighting Lok Sabha Election through an alliance with BJP led NDA.[63]MDMK, PMK led Social Democratic Alliance are the other allies of NDA in Tamil Nadu.

Maharashtra Navnirman Sena : Its President, Raj Thackeray announced external support to NDA on 9 March 2014 which is marked as Party's formation day, supporting Narendra Modi as Prime Ministerial Candidate.

Indian National Lok Dal : Its Gen. Sec., Sh. Ajay Singh Chautala announced external support to NDA, supporting Sh. Narendra Modi as Prime Ministerial Candidate.

Lok Satta Party : President Shri J P Narayan announced external support to NDA, supporting Sh. Narendra Modi as Prime Ministerial Candidate

All India NR Congress (AINRC) formally joined NDA on 13 March 2014 and will be contesting in Puducherry.[64]

Telugu Desam Party (TDP) rejoined NDA on 6 April, after breaking alliance in 2004 post general election defeat.[65]

Shiv Sena Though Shiv Sena has quit Mahayuti in Maharashtra, before Maharashtra Legislative Assembly Elections 2014, but has decided to remain with NDA at the Centre.[66]

All Jharkhand Students Union clinched an alliance with BJP for Jharkhand Assembly elections under which its junior partner will contest eight of the 81 seats in the state.[67]


Bharatiya Janata Party on 27 February 2015 clinched an alliance with People's Democratic Party for Government Formation in Jammu and Kashmir under which its CM will be from PDP.[68]

In the month of November, BJP alliance lost the legislative assembly election in Bihar to the Mahagathbandhan comprising JD(U), RJD and the INC.


In January 2016, Bharatiya Janata Party clinched an alliance with Bodoland People's Front in Assam.[69]

In March 2016, after a meeting with AGP President Atul Bora and Former Chief minister Prafulla Kumar Mahanta, BJP formed an alliance with Asom Gana Parishad for upcoming Assam legislative assembly election 2016.[70] BJP also aligned with Rabha and Tiwa Tribe outfit Rabha Jatiya Aikya Manch and Tiwa Jatiya Aikya Manch.

In March 2016, BJP forged an alliance with Kerala-based Ezhava outfit Bharath Dharma Jana Sena Party for Kerala Elections 2016.[71]

Following BJP's victory in the Assam Legislative Assembly Elections 2016, the party formed an alliance of like-minded non-Congress parties in the Northeast, called the North-East Democratic Alliance, consisting of 11 regional parties of Northeast India. Himanta Biswa Sarma, BJP leader from Assam has been appointed Convener of the regional alliance.

On 21 December 2016, Khandu was suspended from the party by the party president and Takam Pario was named as the next likely Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh replacing Khandu after People's Party of Arunachal suspended Khandu along with 6 other MLAs.[72][73][74]

In December 2016, Khandu proved majority on the floor with 33 of the People's Party of Arunachal's 43 legislators joining the Bharatiya Janata Party as the BJP party increased its strength to 45 and it has the support of two independents. He became second Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh of Bharatiya Janata Party in Arunachal Pradesh after the 44 days lead Gegong Apang government in 2003.[75][76]


In January 2017, Bharatiya Janata Party's alliance partner Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party in Goa and Shiv Sena in Maharashtra came together to contest Goa Legislative Assembly election in 2017 against the BJP with another Sangh Pariwar group called Goa Suraksha Manch.[77]

The results of the 2017 Goa Assembly election gave rise to a hung assembly since no political party could achieve a complete majority of 21 in the 40 member Goa Legislative Assembly. The Indian National Congress emerged the largest party with 17 seats but ultimately, the Bharatiya Janata Party which emerged victorious in 13 constituencies formed the government with the support of the Goa Forward Party, Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party and independents.[78] The Goa Forward Party expressed its support to the Bharatiya Janata Party on the condition that the then Union Defence Minister of India Manohar Parrikar would return to Goa as the Chief Minister of Goa.[79]

On 15 March 2017, N. Biren Singh was sworn as the Chief Minister by having coalition with NPP, NPF, LJP and others, the first time that BJP formed a government in Manipur, though the INC emerged as the single largest party.

On 27 July 2017, Janata Dal (United) rejoined NDA and formed a coalition government with Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Bihar with Nitish Kumar as the Chief Minister and Sushil Kumar Modi as the Deputy Chief Minister, and with that BJP completed its domination in Hindi belt.[80]


On 9 March 2018, Biplab Kumar Deb was sworn as the Chief Minister having a pre-poll alliance with IPFT, the first time that BJP formed a government in Tripura.

Telugu Desam Party (TDP) withdrew from the NDA on 16 March 2018.[81]

Rashtriya Lok Samata Party (RLSP) withdrew from the NDA on 10 December 2018, citing a lack of progress on development in Bihar.[82]

In December 2018's state elections, the NDA lost elections in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Chhattisgarh to the INC. In Chhattisgarh, the NDA was defeated by the INC with 3/4th majority. It was also defeated by the TRS in Telangana and BJP managed to win only 1 seat out of the 119 constituencies in Telangana


On 7 January 2019, the AGP withdrew from the NDA and also from the Assam Government on the issue of citizenship amendment bill but later joined back. On 21 January 2019, the GJM withdrew from the NDA and extended the support to Mamata Banerjee .

On 19 February 2019, AIADMK and PMK rejoined NDA and BJP announced that "They will contest 5 Lok sabha seats in Tamil Nadu".

On 10 March 2019, DMDK rejoined NDA.

On 8 March 2019 in Sikkim, BJP joined hands with opposition party SKM

On 12 March 2019 in Assam, BJP joined hands with old ally AGP[83]

On 12 March 2019 in Maharashtra, Rayat Kranti Sanghatana is a part of NDA[84]

On 25 March 2019 in Tamil Nadu, Puthiya Needhi Katchi is a part of Alliance[85]

On 4 April 2019 in Rajasthan, BJP joined hands with the RLP[86]

On 5 April 2019 in Uttar Pradesh, Nishad Party joined hands with NDA[87]

On 25 October 2019 in Haryana, JJP joined hands with NDA to forming a stable government at Haryana with BJP[88]

On 11 November 2019 in Maharashtra, Shiv Sena exited from the NDA, as BJP is not wiling to agree for CM sharing post with Shiv Sena to form government in Maharashtra.[89]

On 15 November 2019 in Jharkhand, BJP, AJSU sever ties in Jharkhand days before Assembly elections 2019.[90]

On 23rd November 2019 in Maharashtra, NCP joined NDA, Ajit Pawar took oath as Maharashtra's Deputy Chief Minister. On 26th November 2019 in Maharashtra, NCP Ajit Pawar resigns as Maharashtra's Deputy Chief Minister.With immediate effect Devendra Fadnvis also resigns from the post of CM of Maharashtra.He is the 1st Cm of Maharashtra who serves only 79 hours as a CM of Maharashtra.



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