The AAP's dream debut stopped the BJP short of the majority mark while the Congress was consigned to the sidelines as the party won just 8 seats after ruling Delhi for 15 years.
The BJP came back to power with 162 seats while Congress won just 21 and Others 16.
Raman Singh rode on pro-incumbency factor and a Congress that had lost most of its big leaders in the May Naxal attack in Darbha.
BJP won 165 seats in the 230-members seat Assembly, way ahead of the Congress which was restricted to just 58 seats.
Surender has also taken part in the combing operation in response to 26/11 Mumbai attacks.
Despite the recurring Maoist, Raman Singh turned the backward state into a model of development.
The average age of elected MLAs in Chhattisgarh is nearly 48 years.
It's a landslide victory for Vasundhara as the party won 162 seats in 200-member Assembly.
The longest serving elected representative in Delhi, Chaudhury Prem Singh lost his Ambedkar Nagar seat after almost 60 years.
Even as the BJP emerged as the single largest party, it was the debutant AAP that stole the show.
The party has proved the skeptics wrong by decimating the Congress and giving the BJP a run for its money.
Sheila Dikshit, who has been the Delhi CM for the past 15 years, was also trailing behind AAP chief chief Arvind Kejriwal.
Shivraj Singh Chouhan is set to make a hat-trick in Madhya Pradesh and Vasundhara Raje is returning to power by achieving party's best ever results.
"The old parties have a lot of money. I feel happy that in such a situation, AAP emerged victorious and got 24 seats," Hazare said.
Arvind Kejriwal continues to be optimistic saying AAP will do well in these elections.
It is the most anticipated election result in 2013. Speculations are rife regarding who will win the battle for Delhi. Will the Aam Admi Party make a sterling debut, will Narendra Modi's momentum propel BJP to power or will CM Sheila Dikshit return for a historic fourth term?
In the state capital, counting of votes cast in 19 constituencies will take place in Rajasthan college and Commerce college.
A total number of 810 candidates are in the fray whose fate will be decided on December 8.
Kejriwal has shown an expenditure of Rs 3 lakh on its candidate's account as contrary to the record maintained by the shadow expenditure register.
A day before the declaration of Assembly election results, Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Saturday said that she did not believe in exit polls and surveys.
"At several occasions, exit polls have turned out to be just opposite the exact result," said Gehlot in his defence.
The 15-year rule of Sheila Dikshit is set to end with the one-year-old AAP making a stunning electoral debut.
Both the Congress and the BJP are jittery over the prospects of the AAP doing well and creating a hung assembly in the national capital.
However, a large number of people in South Delhi and Old Delhi said they were not aware of NOTA.
Some exit polls also show Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party making an impressive debut in the national capital.
People in Tughlaqabad, Karol Bagh, Trilokpuri, Jungpura and Badarpur said they had to wait for a long time to cast their votes due to snag in EVMs.
Voting went on till 9.30 PM-four-and-a-half hours past the 5 PM voting deadline-when the last ballot was cast by waiting voters in a booth in Okhla Assembly segment.