The Constitution of India allocates a maximum strength of 552 members to the House. The house currently has 545 seats, which are filled by the election of up to 543 members elected and up to 2 nominated Anglo-Indian Community members by the President of India.
The Lok Sabha, or House of People, is India's legislature Parliament's lower chamber, while the Rajya Sabha is the house of representatives. Members of the Lok Sabha are elected by mature democratic elections and a first-past-the-post method to govern their regions, and they operate for 5 years or until the President dissolves the body on the recommendation of the council of ministers. The parliament gathers in the Sansad Bhavan's Lok Sabha Chambers in Delhi.
The Indian Constitution stipulates that the House of Commons has a total of 550 members (Initially, in 1950, it was 500). There are now 543 seats in the House of Representatives, which are managed by choosing up to 543 people at a time. The President selected two additional Anglo-Indians on the suggestion of the Government of India between 1952 and 2020, a practice that was discontinued in January 2020 by the 104th Constitutional Amendment Act, 2019. The Lok Sabha has a strength of 550 people.
Representatives of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes have 131 seats (24.03 percent) reserved. A majority in the House is defined as 10% of the total membership. Unless sooner dissolved, the Lok Sabha will continue to assemble for the next five years from the date set for its first meeting. However, while a declaration of crisis is in effect, Parliament can prolong the duration by law or order.