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BJP won 39% of the first time votes while Congress won 19% of the first time votes.

BJP won 39% of the first time votes while Congress won 19% of the first time votes.


AAP contested from 432 seats and lost deposits on a record 413 seats, winning 4 seats

AAP contested from 432 seats and lost deposits on a record 413 seats, winning 4 seats.


Parties spent an estimated Rs 30,500 crore on the 2014 General Elections, making it the second most expensive elections in history.

Parties spent an estimated Rs 30,500 crore on the 2014 General Elections, making it the second most expensive elections in history.


315 of the 543 MPs have been elected for the first time.

315 of the 543 MPs have been elected for the first time.


NOTA for the 1st time

2014 General Elections was the first time voters were given the option of ‘None of the Above’.


The 16th Lok Sabha is the oldest in terms of average MP age, with BJP’s LK Advani being the oldest MP at 86

The 16th Lok Sabha is the oldest in terms of average MP age, with BJP’s LK Advani being the oldest MP at 86.


The highest turnout in the 2014 Lok Sabha Election was recorded in the State of Nagaland (87.82 %) and the lowest turnout was recorded in the state of Jammu and Kashmir (49.52 %).

The highest turnout in the 2014 Lok Sabha Election was recorded in the State of Nagaland (87.82 %) and the lowest turnout was recorded in the state of Jammu and Kashmir (49.52 %).


Indian National Lok Dal's Dushyant Chautala, 26, is the youngest MP of the 16th Lok Sabha

Indian National Lok Dal's Dushyant Chautala, 26, is the youngest MP of the 16th Lok Sabha


While BJP won 31% of all votes, they won 51.9% of all seats

While BJP won 31% of all votes, they won 51.9% of all seats.


100 million new eligible voters

100 million new eligible voters were added to 2014 General Elections, with an average voter turnout of 66.38%.


NRIs were allowed to Vote for 1st time in GE 2014

2014 General Elections was the first time NRIs in India were allowed to vote.