According to eciresults.nic.in at 1 PM, No. The BJP leads in only 36 seats and its ally AJSU Party – which contested from eight – is leading in four. The alliance needs 41 seats in Jharkhand, which has an assembly with a strength of 81.
However, all hope is not lost. There are a few seats where the lead of the BJP’s opponents continue to be less than a thousand votes: Bermo, Chattarpur, Gomia and Jama. This is apart from seats where votes from booths that are possible BJP strongholds have not yet been counted.