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Elections in India: 1998 (with Comparative Data Since 1952)

J C Aggarwal (Author) N K Chowdhry (Author)
Synopsis The Lok Sabha Elections 1998 were the third in the series, necessitated as a consequence of the fall of non-Congress Government of the Centre. Sonia Gandhi, had perhaps no option but to campaign for Congress sensing Bharatiya Janata Party as enemy number one. Bharatiya Janata Party had a chance of life time. A.B. Vajpayee seemed acceptable to the voters in general. The strategy of alliances at States level paid rich dividends making BJP presence noticeable in the South and the East. The Janata Dal, which at one time had a nation wide spread is reduced to a single digit representation in the 12th Lok Sabha. The present volume records all important events, constituency-state wise results and reactions of 12th Lok Sabha with a comparative data of General Elections since 1952. If covers assembly elections also. The book should serve one and all as a reference manual.
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About the author

N K Chowdhry

N.K. Chowdhy (b. 1929) has been writing on contemporary economic and political affairs for the last six years. He is a former Deputy Director of Education. He started with his book ‘Ram Janmabhoomi through the Ages’ and has since then written a number of well known books including ‘Elections in India (1952-1991)’; ‘Assembly Elections 1993’; ‘Dunkel India-Historical and World Perspective’. Shri Chowdhry frequently contributes to newspapers and magazines on topics of professional and general interest.

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Bibliographic information

Title Elections in India: 1998 (with Comparative Data Since 1952)
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1998
Edition 1st. Ed.
Language: English
isbn 8175410191
length x+286p., Table; 23cm.