The results of the assembly polls held in December, 2013, in four states are as follows:
|Majority Seats Required/|
Vote Share Obtained
 No party has obtained 51% of the vote share in any state.
 In Delhi, no party can form an effective government, given that it is difficult for BJP, AAP, and Cong to form a coalition government [going by statements made as this was written].
It is ideal and desirable that the ruling party has 51% of the vote share in a state and a hung assembly is made impossible.
Two amendments in the law are required to ensure this:
 The number of total seats in a state should be an odd number.
 If any single party does not have 51% of the vote share and 51% of the seats, then retaining the seats obtained by the top two ranking parties, the rest should be declared vacant, and a re-election should be conducted in respect of those seats, closing nomination for all except the top two parties.