Thursday, September 10, 2009

Symbol ↓ Flag ↓ Name ↓ Acronym ↓ Year[3] ↓ Party leader ↓
ELEPHANT Flag not available Bahujan Samaj Party BSP[A] 1995 Mayawati
LOTUS Bharatiya Janata Party BJP 1980 Rajnath Singh
EARS OF CORN & SICKLE Communist Party of India CPI 1925[B] A.B. Bardhan
HAMMER SICKLE & STAR Communist Party of India (Marxist) CPI (M) 1964 Prakash Karat
HAND Indian National Congress INC 1885 Sonia Gandhi
CLOCK Nationalist Congress Party NCP 1999 Sharad Pawar
HURRICANE LAMP Rashtriya Janata Dal RJD 1997 Lalu Prasad Yadav

[edit] State

If a party is recognised as a state party by the Election Commission, it can reserve a symbol for its exclusive use in the state. The following are a list of recognised state parties as of April 2009.[4]

Symbol ↓ Name ↓ Acronym ↓ Year[3] ↓ Party leader ↓ States ↓
TWO LEAVES All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam AIADMK 1972 J. Jayalalitha Tamil Nadu, Puducherry
LION All India Forward Bloc AIFB 1939 Debabrata Biswas West Bengal
FLOWERS & GRASS All India Trinamool Congress AITC 2004 Mamta Banerjee Meghalaya, West Bengal
TWO DAOS INTERSECTING Arunachal Congress AC 1996 Kamen Ringu Arunachal Pradesh
Asom Gana Parishad AGP 1985 Prafulla Kumar Mahanta Assam
Assam United Democratic Front AUDF 2004 Badruddin Ajmal Assam
CONCH Biju Janata Dal BJD 1997 Naveen Patnaik Orissa
RISING SUN Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam DMK 1949 M Karunanidhi Tamil Nadu, Puducherry
None Indian Federal Democratic Party[5] IFDP
M.P. George Kerala
SPECTACLES Indian National Lok Dal INLD 1999 Om Prakash Chautala Haryana
PLOUGH Jammu & Kashmir National Conference JKNC 1932 Omar Abdullah Jammu and Kashmir
BICYCLE Jammu & Kashmir National Panthers Party JKNPP NA[D] Bhim Singh Jammu and Kashmir
INK POT & PEN Jammu and Kashmir People's Democratic Party PDP 1998 Mufti Mohammed Sayeed Jammu and Kashmir
A LADY FARMER CARRYING PADDY ON HER HEAD Janata Dal (Secular) JD (S) 1999 H.D. Deve Gowda Karnataka, Kerala
ARROW Janata Dal (United) JD (U) 1999 Nitish Kumar Bihar, Jharkhand
BOW & ARROW Jharkhand Mukti Morcha JMM 1972 Shibu Soren Jharkhand, Orissa
BICYCLE Kerala Congress KEC 1964 P.J. Joseph Kerala
TWO LEAVES Kerala Congress (Mani) KEC (M) 1979 C.F Thomas Kerala

Lok Jan Shakti Party LJSP 2000 Ram Vilas Paswan Bihar
LION Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party MAG 1963 Shashikala Kakodkar Goa
BICYCLE Manipur People's Party MPP 1968 O. Joy Singh Manipur
TOP Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam MDMK 1993 Vaiko Tamil Nadu
STAR Mizo National Front MDF 1959 Pu Zoramthanga Mizoram
ELECTRIC BULB Mizoram People's Conference MPC 1972 Pu Lalhmingthanga Mizoram
LADDER Muslim League Kerala State Committee MUL 1948 G.M. Banatwalla Kerala
COCK Nagaland People's Front NPF 2002 Neiphiu Rio Nagaland
MANGO Pattali Makkal Katchi PMK 1989 G. K. Mani Tamil Nadu, Puducherry

Pudhucherry Munnetra Congress PMC 2005 P. Kannan Puducherry
SPADE & STOKER Revolutionary Socialist Party RSP 1940 T.J. Chandrachoodan West Bengal
BICYCLE Samajwadi Party SP 1992 Mulayam Singh Yadav Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand

Save Goa Front SGF NA Churchill Alemao Goa
SCALES Shiromani Akali Dal SAD 1920 Parkash Singh Badal Punjab
BOW & ARROW Shiv Sena SHS 1966 Uddhav Thackeray[C] Maharashtra
UMBRELLA Sikkim Democratic Front SDF 1993 Pawan Kumar Chamling Sikkim
Pink flag with an outline of the boundaries of a region Telangana Rashtra Samithi TRS 2001 K. Chandrashekar Rao Andhra Pradesh
BICYCLE Telugu Desam Party TDP 1982 N. Chandrababu Naidu Andhra Pradesh
DRUM United Democratic Party UDP NA Donkupar Roy Meghalaya
CHAIR Uttarakhand Kranti Dal UKKD 1979 Bipin Chandra Tripathi Uttarakhand
RISING SUN Zoram Nationalist Party ZNP 1997 Lalduhoma Mizoram

[edit] See also

[edit] Notes

  • ^A , the BSP may use its symbol in all states except Sikkim and Assam, where its candidates have to choose another symbol.[2] The BSP at the moment does not have a presence in these two states.
  • ^B According to the CPI(M), the breakaway faction, the CPI was founded in 1920 in Tashkent.[6]
  • ^C Uddhav Thackeray is the working president of the Shiv Sena. The overall command is held by his father and party founder Bal Thackeray.[7]
  • ^D NA – The exact year of formation is not available
  • ^E This listing is based on the situation at the Indian general election, 2009. Source:[4]

[edit] References

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