Congress leads Jharkand : Cong 40 BJP 30

Counting of votes cast in Jharkhand Legislative Assembly There is a fierce rivalry between the BJP and the Congress.

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government is headed by Chief Minister Raghubardas in Jharkhand. Elections to the 81-member assembly were held in five phases from November 30 to December 20. There was a fierce rivalry between the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party and the Congress and Jharkhand Mukti Morcha coalition.

Even though the Naxalites were the dominant state, the voter turnout was mostly quiet. A total of 65.17 percent of the votes were cast in this election.

The voting began at 8 this morning. Since the inception of the ballot count, the Congress has won 32 seats, BJP 33 seats, and other parties 13 out of the 79 seats that have come to the fore. 

There is fierce competition between the two parties at the forefront. As such, there is a possibility of a hangar assembly in Jharkhand. It is necessary to win 41 seats to form a majority rule in Jharkhand.