1. A political party that has its units operating in various states across a country, following the same ideology, strategies, and programmes is referred to as a national political party.
The conditions required to be a national political party includes –
2. A party has to secure at least six percent of the total votes in Lok Sabha elections or Assembly elections in four states.
3. A party has to win at least four seats in the Lok Sabha.
NOTE - A political party is referred to as a group of individuals who come together to participate in the election process of a country in order to secure maximum votes and hold power in the government at various levels (national, state, regional or grass root level – municipal level).
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