JVM(P) has the highest winning percentage

Ranchi: Among all the political parties in Jharkhand, it was former chief minister Babulal Marandi's Jharkhand Vikash Morcha (Prajatantrik) which scored the highest winning percentage.

The JVM(P) had put up candidates in only 25 seats and won 11 or 42 per cent.

JVM(P) candidates also came second in 10 other seats.

Its alliance partner the Congress contested 61 seats, but could win only 14, three more than the JVM(P). The Congress winning percentage was close to 25 per cent.

The JMM which had put up the maximum number of 79 candidates could win 18 seats which translates into 22 per cent.

The BJP had put up candidates in 67 seats out of whom 18 won. It's winning percentage was around 27 per cent.

The BJP's alliance partner the JDU had put up candidates in 14 seats and won only two. Its winning percentage was around 16 per cent.

The RJD had fielded 54 candidates but won only five seats or less than 10 per cent.

The AJSU which had put up 54 candidates also won five seats which was also less than 10 per cent.