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Lok Sabha Election 2024: Giant Killers in Elections | leader

The bugle of Lok Sabha elections has sounded in the country. Veterans of politics along with parties have entered the battle to win the eighteenth Lok Sabha. 17 Lok Sabha elections were held in the last seven decades. All these elections were special due to some reasons. However, the then prime minister Indira Gandhi, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, S. why Patil, Minu Masani, Rahul Gandhi, Somnath Chatterjee, Giant Killers have become the focal point.

Arguably the greatest giant killer in the history of Indian politics is 'Raj Narayan' who defeated the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. The 1977 Lok Sabha election that followed the Emergency is considered to be the most debated election. Raj Narayan had decided to stand against Indira Gandhi again in this election while in jail. No one ever dreamed that Indira Gandhi would be defeated. However, Raj Narayan defeated Gandhi by leading by 55 thousand votes in Rae Bareli constituency which is Gandhi's home ground. This makes Raj Narayan known as the biggest giant killer in politics.

S. why Patil

Sadashiv Kanoji Patil, the strong leader of Congress who has the unanointed seat of Mumbai. why Considering the importance of Patil, Pandit Nehru, Lal Bahadur Shastri and Indira Gandhi gave him a chance in their cabinet. He was the Member of Parliament for South Mumbai from 1952 to 1967. S. why No one had imagined that the Patals would be defeated. However, George Fernandes, a diplomatic politician who was elected from the Socialist Party in the Mumbai Municipal Corporation elections in 1962, won from South Mumbai Constituency in the 1967 Lok Sabha Elections. why The Patels were disrespected. Undefeated. why He had defeated Patal by 29 thousand votes and George Fernandes had become a giant killer.

Minu Masani

Minu Masani, the leader of the Freedom Party and who raised his voice against socialism at the time, had to face defeat in the 1971 elections. Ghanshyambhai Ojha of Congress defeated him by more than 60 thousand votes.

P. V. Narasimha Rao

BJP won only two seats in 1984. Among them, one seat of Hanamkonda was won by Janga Reddy from Chandupat. He Congress leader P. V. Narasimha Rao was defeated by about 54 thousand votes.

H. D. Deve Gowda

Former Prime Minister Deve Gowda was defeated in 2004. Tejaswini C Ramesh of Congress had defeated him from Kanakpura constituency by more than one lakh votes.

Arun Jaitley

Even in the Modi wave, Arun Jaitley, his close ally, was defeated in the 2014 elections. Former Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh defeated him by a margin of over one lakh votes.

Rahul Gandhi

Smriti Irani defeated Rahul Gandhi in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections from Amethi, the stronghold of the Gandhi family. Irani had defeated Gandhi by taking a lead of 55 thousand votes.

Somnath Chatterjee

Somnath Chatterjee, who is known as a veteran leader of the Communist Party, was defeated in the 1984 elections from Jadavpur. Mamata Banerjee, the leader of the Bengal unit of the Congress, had dusted him off. Nobody thought that Mamata would defeat the communists in Bengal.

CK Jaffer Sharif

Veteran Congress leader and former Union Railway Minister CK Jafar Sharif, who is contesting the first election, Dr. Defeated by HT Sangliana in 2004.

Atal Bihari Vajpayee

Many veterans have been defeated in the Lok Sabha elections. In 1984, Atal Bihari Vajpayee also had to face defeat. From Gwalior, Madhavrao Shinde defeated Vajpayee by a margin of about two lakh votes.

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