two third i.e depending upon the number of legislative assembly seats the its two third is required to form the government.for example if a state has 243assembly seats a party would require 162 seats or more precisely 162 members to form the gov
more then 50% of seats is enough for any political party to form a government .this has been also proved recently as AAP party has foemed its government by 37 memebers but according to the constitution 2/3 of seats is mandatory.
Two third majority is required for a single party to form a
Government both at centre and state. For instance if
Congress party is contesting the elections as a single party
instead of UPA then it will need to win 2/3rd of the total
543 lok sabha seats to form a government at the centre.
While for an alliance like NDA or UPA it need to win just
over 50% seats to form a government. This means out of the
total 543 lok sabha seats, 272 will be just enough to form a
government for an alliance.
This is what I understand.
2/3 majority is what i knew before.But 2/ 3 of 543 is around 362 seats.
And in case of no seats ,272 seats required which is approx 1/2 of 543
so i think around 50 % of total seats is required to form govt