14) B

• Citrons

Total number of seats for Citrons before elections = 80

Number of seats gained from Jonquils = 47

Number of seats gained from Saffrons= 10

Number of seats lost to Jonquils = 11

Number of seats lost to Saffrons = 18

Total number of seats for Citrons now = 80 + 47 + 10 – 11 – 18 = 108

• Jonquils

Total number of seats for Jonquils before elections = 126

Number of seats gained from Citrons = 11

Number of seats gained from Saffrons= 15

Number of seats lost to Citrons = 47

Number of seats lost to Saffrons = 33

Total number of seats for Jonquils now = 126 + 11 + 15 – 47 – 33 = 72

• Saffrons

Total number of seats for Saffrons before elections = 34

Number of seats gained from Jonquils = 33

Number of seats gained from Citrons = 18

Number of seats lost to Jonquils = 15

Number of seats lost to Citrons = 10

Total number of seats for Saffrons now = 34 + 33 + 18 – 15 – 10 = 60

None of the parties have more than 50% of the seats. So options A, C and D are wrong.

Saffrons have exactly 25% of the total number of seats (60 out of 240). So on the pie chart, there should be a portion which represents exactly 25%. So E is wrong.

B is the answer.