The Jharkhand Mukti Morcha-led alliance, which included Congress and Rashtriya Janata Dal, won a comfortable majority in the Jharkhand Assembly elections, defeating the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party. The JMM-Congress-RJD alliance won 47 out of 81 Assembly seats. Hemant Soren’s JMM emerged as the single largest party in the state, winning 30 seats. The BJP won 25 seats but had the highest vote share of 33.4 percent. The Congress bagged 16 seats. JMM leader Soren is all set to become the Chief Minister. Here are the key graphics to understand the Jharkhand election results:
Party wise assembly seats
Party-wise vote share
How the new Assembly looks like.
The average age of MLAs
Average assets of MLAs
Education of newly-elected MLAs
The number of woman MLAs
A power shift in Jharkhand
Profile of CM candidate Hemant Soren
How Jharkhand poll results changed the map of BJP's footprint in India.
BJP's performance in 2019 Assembly elections