13th Lok Sabha
|13th Lok Sabha|
|Legislative body||Indian Parliament|
|Election||1999 Indian general election|
The 13th Lok Sabha (10 October 1999 – 6 February 2004) is the thirteenth session of the Lok Sabha (House of the People, or lower house in the Parliament of India). It was convened after 1999 Indian general election held during September–October 1999.
This majority group in the Lok Sabha during this period was the National Democratic Alliance, a nationalist group led by the Bharatiya Janata Party, which won 270 seats, 16 more than 12th Lok Sabha. The NDA, under the leadership of Atal Bihari Vajpayee completed its term until the next general elections of May 2004 for the next 14th Lok Sabha. This was the first non-INC government to complete the full term.
- Deputy Speaker:
- P M Sayeed from 27 October 1999 to 2 June 2004
- Secretary General:
- Leader of the House
- Atal Bihari Vajpayee (13 October 1999 to 6 February 2004)
- Leader of the Opposition
- Sonia Gandhi(13 October 1999 to 6 February 2004)
- Minister of Parliamentary Affairs
List of members by political party
|Female: 49 (9.02%)||Male: 494 (90.98%)|
|SC: Seat reserved for Scheduled Castes|
|ST: Seat reserved for Scheduled Tribes|
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