NDA Allies With 100% Strike Rate At lok Sabha Elections 2024

Chandrababu Naidu - TDP

    Of the 25 Lok Sabha seats available in Andhra Pradesh, the Telugu Desam Party under Chandrababu Naidu has won 16, the BJP three, and Janasena two. In 2024, the TDPs strike rate was 94.12%, and Janasena achieved a 100% strike rate by winning both of the seats it had contested.

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Pawan Kalyan - Jansena

    In the 2024 elections, Pawan Kalyans Jana Sena Party achieved a remarkable 100% strike rate. The party, Specifically, Jana Sena won 21 assembly seats and two Lok Sabha seats in Andhra Pradesh, which contested in an alliance with the TDP and the BJP, won all the seats it contested.

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Nitish Kumar - JD(U)

    With a 75% strike rate in 2024, the Nitish Kumar party won 12 of the 16 Lok Sabha seats it had run for. Bihar saw 12 BJP seats win. In Bihar, the JD(U) secured all 16 seats it had run for in the 2019 Lok Sabha election.

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Chirag Paswan- LJP

    With a 100% strike rate, the LJP (Ram Vilas) led by Chirag Paswan won each of the five Lok Sabha seats that the NDA had allocated to Bihar. In addition to upholding LJPs prior 100% strike rate record, Chirag demonstrated why he is Bihars Dalit national hero. Under the terms of the NDA seat-sharing agreement, the LJP led by Ram Vilas won all six seats in the 2019 elections.

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Meanwhile, A look At Oppositions Top Strike Rate

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Akhilesh Yadav - SP

    Of UPs 80 Lok Sabha seats, the Samajwadi Party secured 38 seats. With a strike rate of 52.11%, SP had the highest of the larger parties. The SP is now the third-biggest party in the country and the largest party in Uttar Pradesh. Voter share for the SP grew to 33.38% from 18.11% in 2019. Additionally, the number of seats increased to 111 from 47 in 2017.

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MK Stalin - DMK

    With a 56.4% strike rate, the MK Stalin-led party took home 22 of the 39 Lok Sabha seats in Tamil Nadu. 9 seats were won by the Congress. Other parties won the remaining eight seats. The alliance had won in 38 of the states constituencies in the 2019 Lok Sabha Election. For the first time since 1991, a coalition led by a Dravidian party has won the Lok Sabha elections twice in a row with overwhelming margins.

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Mamata Banerjee - TMC

    With a strike rate of 60.42%, the party led by Mamata Banerjee secured 29 of the 42 Lok Sabha seats up for grabs. In north Bengal, where the BJP had won seven of the eight Lok Sabha seats in 2019, the TMC gained gains. In south Bengal, the TMC maintained its winning trend. Voter share for the TMC increased from 43.3% to 45.76%, while that of the BJP decreased from 40.25% to 38.73%.

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Uddhav Thackeray - Shiv Sena

    With a 42.8% strike rate, Uddhav Thackerays faction won nine of the 21 seats it ran for. However, with a strike rate of 46.6%, the Shiv Sena led by Eknath Sinde won 7 of the 15 Lok Sabha seats it had fought, including Thane, his political bastion. In all, 17 seats were won by the BJP and its allies in Maharashtra.

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Sharad Pawar - NCP

    With 8 of the 10 seats it contested, the NCP faction led by Sharad Pawar secured an 80% strike rate. Only one of the four seats that his faction ran for was won, yielding a 25% strike rate. According to experts, Maharashtras public outrage over the split of the Shiv Sena and NCP had a direct impact on the BJPs vote share in the state.

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