The BJP and Congress will have to check themselves. We started corruption free politics. As soon as we got Rs 20 crore we stopped taking donations: Arvind Kejriwal
I urge all those who have won to work for their constituency the way they are expected to: Arvind Kejriwal
I congratulate Harsh Vardhan and the BJP. It's not a personal fight with Sheila. It's a fight against corruption n price rise. I thank all the volunteers and their families: Arvind Kejriwal
Delhi elections: Won't ally with Aam Aadmi Party, says Nitin Gadkari
Vote in Chhattisgarh is for development, I had said I will let Congress leaders speak till December 8 and then I shall speak. I am graetful that voters have kept my belief: Raman Singh
This is a historic victory in Rajasthan: Vasundhra Raje
Now we must prepare for Lok Sabha elections, for making Narendra Modi as the PM: Vasundhra Raje
Final Rajasthan Assembly election results: BJP wins 162, Congress 21, Others 16.
Rambir Shokeen, Independent MLA from Mundka, has said that he would speak to Narendra Modi and if BJP offered him Deputy Chief Minister post, he would join the party.
I take the blame for defeat of Congress in Madhya Pradesh: Jyotiraditya Scindia
Harsh Vardhan should have been made the BJP CM candidate for Delhi six months back: Arun Jaitley
We will form government in Delhi if we get support in natural process. Otherwise would like to sit in Opposition: BJP leader Nitin Gadkari
Congress General Secretary Digvijaya Singh said Madhya Pradesh poll results have been very disappointing and has come as a shock for me. He said the Congress has often come back to power after losing elections.
Final Delhi Assembly election results: BJP + Akali Dal 32, AAP 28, Congress 8, JDU 1, Independent 1
Final Madhya Pradesh Assembly election results: BJP 165, Congress 58, BSP 4, Independent 3.
Final Chhattisgarh Assembly election results: BJP 49, Congress 39, BSP 1, Independent 1.
The live updates are over. We will be back at 8 am on Monday to bring you the Mizoram Assembly election results. Thank you for joining us.
Counting for the Mizoram elections is on and the Indian National Congress has taken early leads in 6 seats.
Congress's TT Zothansanga leading from Champhai North
Congress's Lalrinmawia Ralte leading from Hachhek
Mizo National Front's C Ramhluna leading from Lawngtlai West
Congress's Hiphei leading from Palak
Congress's S Hiato leading from Saiha
Congress's Lal Thanhawla leading from Serchhip
Congress's John Siamkunga leading from South Tuipui
Congress's R Lalzirliana leading from Tawi
Congress's Buddha Dhan Chakma leading from Tuichawng
Congress's RL Pianmawia leading from Tuivawl
Congress is now leading in 10 seats while Mizo National Front is ahead in 1 seat
Congress' s S Laldingliana leading from Lunglei South
Congress now leading in 16 seats, the three-party alliance MDA is ahead in 3
Mizo National Front Er. Lalrinawma leading in Tuikum, Congress's Lal Thanhawla is leading in his second seat Hrangturzo too
Congress's John Siamkunga has won from South Tuipui
Congress's Lalsawta leading in Aizawl East II
Now Mizo National Front's DR K Beichhua is leading in Saiha
Mizoram Chief Minister and Congress candidate Lal Thanhawla wins Serchhip seat. He is also leading from Hrangturzo seat.
S. Laldingliana of Congress has won the Lunglei South seat by 450 votes.
Congress leader Lalsawta has won from the Aizawl East ii seat defeating MNF's Sailothanga Sailo by 177 votes.
Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla records a victory in both the constituencies that he was contesting from. After Serchhip, he has won from the Hrangturzo seat by 1628 votes.
Congress is heading towards a majority. TT Zothansanga has won from Champhai north constituency while H Rohluna has won from Lengteng constituency.
PC Lalthanliana from Congress has won the Lunglei north constituency by 870 votes. Congress dominated the Lunglei south too, with S Laldingliana winning by 450 votes.
Mizo National Front candidate Er. Lalrinawma won from Tuikum constituency by a narrow margin by just 14 votes.
Congress crosses half way mark, wins 12 seats and takes a lead in 10 seats. Data from 13 seats is yet to be reported.
Dr. K. Beichhua of the Mizo National Front has won from the Saiha seat by 222 votes.
Buddha Dhan Chakma from Congress is leading in the Tuichawng constituency by 2527 seats. Hiphei of Congress has won from Palakby 1823 votes.
Hmingdailova Khiangte of Congress has won the Tuirial seat by 239 votes. RL Pianmawia of Congress has won the Tuivawl seat by 1371 votes.
Congress has won 16 seats and is leading in 7 others. MDA has won 2 seats and is leading in 3 seats. ZNP is leading on 1 seat.
C Ngunlianchunga of Congress has won from the Lawngtlai West seat by 1535 votes. H Rohluna of Congress has won from the Lengteng seat by 167 votes.
Joseph lalhimpuia of Congress has won from the Tawi seat by 947 votes. R Lalzirliana of Congress has won from the Chalfilh seat by 3728 votes.
Zodintluanga of Congress has won from the Thorang seat by 2504 votes. Lalrinliana Sailo of Congress has won from the Tuichang seat by 2985 votes.
Leads + Wins - Congress 31, MDA 7, ZNP 1, Others 1
R Romawia of Congress wins Aizawl North - i by 657 votes
West Tuipui has been won by Nihar Kanti Chakma of Congress by a margin of 3334 votes
Chalfilh has been won by Dr Ngurdingliana of Congress by a margin of 3728 votes.
Lalthanliana of Mizoram People's Conference is leading in Aizawl North - ii by a margin of 277 votes. Votes are still being counted there.
Counting still on in Aizawl North - ii, Aizawl West iii, Lawngtlai East and Mamit.
Of the eleven ministers who contested in the elections, nine - R. Lalzirliana (Home), JH Rothuama (Cooperation), PC Zoram Sangliana (Transport), H Rohluna (Forests), Lalrinliana Sailo (Health), Lalsawta (Education), Zodintluanga (Sports), PC Lalthanliana (Social Welfare), Veterinary Minister Nihar Kanti Chakma - have won.
Congress has won 29 seats and is leading in 3.
John Siamkunga has won South tuipui for the Congress. He defeated J. Lalchhuana of the Zoram Nationalist Party with a margin of 1568 votes.
H. Zothangliana of the Congress party is leading by a margin of 83 seats in Lawngtlai East.
No woman makes it to Mizoram House yet again. Three women candidates belonging to BJP were in the bottom, while the lone woman Independent nominee B Sangkhumi, former President of the Mizo Hmeichhe Insuihkhawm Pawl (MHIP) or Mizo Women Federation also suffered loss.
The Election Commission is yet to give result of one single seat for which the counting is in process. As of now, the Congress party has won 33 seats and is leading in 1. Mizoram Democratic Alliance (MNA) has won 6 seats.
Live blogging for the elections are over now. Thank you for your time.