Chances of third front in Loksabha election 2009

In last few days, we all have seen third front taking a solid shape. With this, third front has emerged as third contender for making government at centre. Earlier, also India has seen third front government at centre with the help of outside support from Congress. This time third front will have similar hopes because it is very unlikely that third front will be able to win absolute majority in Loksabha on their own.

Third front mainly comprise of parties like Communist parties, BSP, BJD, TDP, AIADMK etc. The main problem with third front is that it does not have solid support base in many states of India and most of these parties are just regional parties. Third front is likely to get 80 to 16o seats, thus huge variation is possible in the final seats of third front. In ideal estimate, it is likely to get 100-135 seats.

Therefore, third front will be highly dependent on outside support from other big parties. The good thing for third front is that it can see more opportunities after the announcements of Loksabha election results e.g. if Congress in UPA performs badly then other partners of UPA can go with third front and same case is also present with NDA. Therefore, we can even see more parties joining third front after the announcement of results.

Final fate of third front will totally depend on the final performance of two big parties of India Congress and BJP because if these parties failed in election then large numbers of small parties will gain on their defeat. Overall, we can saw that third front can hope for good results and support of more parties for making new government of third front at centre.

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