Elections in Manipur were held in three phases on 8 February, 14 February and 23 February.
|Rank||Party||Seats Contested||Seats Won|
|1||Indian National Congress||59||30|
|3||Manipur Peoples Party||36||5|
|4||Nationalist Congress Party||27||5|
|4||Communist Party of India||24||4|
|5||Rashtriya Janata Dal||28||3|
|5||National People's Party||5||3|
|6||Bharatiya Janata Party||14||0|
The Indian National Congress won by a simple majority. A Congress-led coalition government was sworn in on 01 March 2007 with Okram Ibobi Singh as the Chief Minister.
Read more about this topic: State Assembly Elections In India, 2007
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