105 of the 145 seats in the Central Legislative Assembly
73 seats needed for a majority
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General elections were held in British India in November 1923 for both the Central Legislative Assembly and Provincial Assemblies. The Central Legislative Assembly had 145 seats, of which 105 were elected by the public.
The Assembly was opened on 21 January 1924 by Viceroy Lord Reading.
|Indian Liberal Party||27|
|Source: The Times|
|Province||Anti-Ministerialists||Justice Party||Swaraj Party||Others||Independents||Appointed||Unfilled seats[a]||Total|
|Bihar and Orissa||12||82||9||103|
|Source: The Times, Saroja Sundararajan|
a Seats that were unfilled as of 1 January 1924