New Delhi: As the government on Thursday pushed for the Lokpal bill in the Rajya Sabha where it is in a minority, a look at the numbers each party has in the upper house: United Progressive Alliance - total 95

Congress - 71

DMK - 7

Nationalist Congress Party - 7

Trinamool Congress - 6

National Conference - 2

Sikkim Democratic Front - 1

Rashtriya Lok Dal - 1

National Democratic Alliance -  66

Bharatiya Janata Party - 51

Janata Dal-United - 8

Shiv Sena - 4

Shiromani Akali Dal - 3

Left parties - total 19

Communist Party of India-Marxist - 13

Communist Party of India - 5

All India Forward Bloc - 1

Bahujan Samaj Party - 18

Biju Janata Dal - 6

AIADMK - 5

Samajwadi Party - 5

Rashtriya Janata Dal - 4

Asom Gana Parishad - 2

Bodoland People's Front - 1

Indian National Lok Dal - 1

Lok Janasakti Party - 1

Mizo National Front - 1

Nagaland People's Front - 1

Telugu Desam Party - 4

Nominated 8

Independents and others 6


Total house strength - 243