Irom Sharmila got just 90 votes in the election. When interviewed by K Sarojkumar Sharma of the Times of India, she said
"I knew it would be a very difficult task for me to fight a three-time chief minister in this election. I got 90 votes which I consider very precious ... Though I have been defeated, I'll continue to fight against the draconian [Armed Forces Special Powers] Act." (Source)
However, she won't be doing it through politics. "I will fight as a social activist," she said. (Source)
Good for her for trying politics, and good for her for deciding to take a different approach for now. Still cheering for you, Sharmila!