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How many times mid-term elections were held for Lok Sabha till now?


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5


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The first mid-term election for Lok Sabha was held in 1971. The fifth mid-term election for Lok Sabha was held in 1998. So, in total, Lok Sabha has witnessed five mid-term elections.
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