Janata

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Janata (Hindi: जनता janatā), is a Hindi word for "the populace"; or "the people". Following the first Janata coalition in the 1970s between the Lok Dal, the Congress (O) and the Socialist Party, it has become part of the name of a number of federal - and state-level, present and historical, political parties in India or neighbouring states (many of which claim descent from constituents of the original coalition), including:

In Indian federal politics:

In Indian constitutive states:

Outside India: