Chhattisgarh Assembly Election Results


Chhattisgarh Assembly Election Results December 11, 2018



Total Seats: 90 Majority: 46
PartyWonChange
Indian National Congress6829
Bharatiya Janata Party15-34
Janta Congress Chhattisgarh (J)55
Bahujan Samaj Party21
Total90


Chhattisgarh Elections 2018 Results

*Map showing Chhattisgarh Assembly election results 2018. The result will be updated as soon as it is declared on 8th Dec 2013.

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Elections to the Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly were held in two phases: November 12 and 20, 2018. The results were declared on December 11, 2018. Elections are being held for 90 seats in the state and 46 seats are required for a majority. INC has cleared the cut-off by more than 20 seats. Winning 68 seats, INC has emerged as the single largest party with maximum number of seats. BJP, on the other hand, has won only very few seats - 15. Janta Congress Chhattisgarh (J) and Bahujan Samaj Party won 5 and 2 seats respectively.

Chhattisgarh Assembly Election 2013 Party Wise Results (90 Seats)

State Win Second WinOthers Win
ChhattisgarhINC 68BJP 15BSP 2Others 5
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