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|Indian general election, 1984|
|All 465 seats to the Indian Legislative Assembly|
|First party||Second party||Third party|
|Leader||Rajiv Gandhi||Syed Shah Mardan Shah-II||Harcharan Singh Longowal|
|Party||[[Indian National Congress|Template:Indian National Congress/meta/shortname]]||[[All India Muslim League|Template:All India Muslim League/meta/shortname]]||[[Akali Dal|Template:Akali Dal/meta/shortname]]|
|Fourth party||Fifth party||Sixth party|
|Leader||Chandra Rajeswara Rao||Charles Stanford||Morarji Desai|
|Party||[[Communist Party|Template:Communist Party/meta/shortname]]||Liberal Party||[[Praja Socialist Party|Template:Praja Socialist Party/meta/shortname]]|
|Leader's seat||Hyderabad City East||1st Bengal European Seat||Surat|
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The 1984 Indian general resulted in a continuation of the INC minority government.
The election was called by Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi following the death of his predecessor, and mother, Indira Gandhi in order for him to gain a mandate to serve as Prime Minister.
The election was largely a repeat of the previous election, resulting in a continuation of the INC minority government.