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Mizoram Assembly Constituencies Elections Results


About Mizoram Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Constituencies


The state of Mizoram has a unicameral legislature. The seat of the Vidhan Sabha is located at Aizawl.


Mizoram assembly elections 2013 were held on November 25. There are in total 40 constituencies of the Mizoram Vidhan Sabha. Out of the total 40 constituencies, 39 constituencies are reserved for the Schedule Tribes. Aizwal-East I is the only constituency belonging to the general category. The state has a total of 686,305 voters

The Assembly elections 2013 were contested in Mizoram between three major parties, namely Congress, Zoram Nationalist Party (ZNP) and Mizo National Front (MNF). There were total 142 candidates including 40 of Congress and 40 of Mizoram Democratic Alliance (MDA). MDA candidates included 31 Mizo National Front (MNF), 8 Mizoram People's Conference (MPC) and one Maraland Democratic Front (MDF) candidates. 38 Zoram Nationalist Party, 17 Bharatiya Janata Party, 2 Nationalist Congress Party and one Jai Maha Bharath Party candidate also contested the elections. There were total six female candidates including 3 Bharatiya Janata Party candidates, one Congress, one MNF and one other female candidate. For the last 25 years, Mizoram assembly elections didn't have any female candidate contesting in the elections.

INC came out victorious on 34 seats while Mizo National Front and Mizoram People's Conference won five and one seat respectively.

Map showing Mizoram Assembly Constituencies

Mizoram Assembly Constituency


List of Mizoram Assembly Constituencies



Assembly No.Assembly Contituencies NameAssembly No.Assembly Contituencies Name
1Hachhek (ST)21Lengteng (ST)
2Dampa (ST)22Tuichang (ST)
3Mamit (ST)23Champhai North (ST)
4Tuirial (ST)24Champhai South (ST)
5Kolasib (ST)25East Tuipui (ST)
6Serlui (ST)26Serchhip (ST)
7Tuivawl (ST)27Tuikum (ST)
8Chalfilh (ST)28Hrangturzo (ST)
9Tawi (ST)29South Tuipui (ST)
10Aizawl North-I (ST)30Lunglei North (ST)
11Aizawl North-II (ST)31Lunglei East (ST)
12Aizawl North-III (ST)32Lunglei West (ST)
13Aizawl East-I33Lunglei South (ST)
14Aizawl East-II (ST)34Thorang (ST)
15Aizawl West-I (ST)35West Tuipui (ST)
16Aizawl West-II (ST)36Tuichawng (ST)
17Aizawl West-III (ST)37Lawngtlai West (ST)
18Aizawl South-I (ST)38Lawngtlai East (ST)
19Aizawl South-II (ST)39Saiha (ST)
20Aizawl South-III (ST)40Palak (ST)


The state of Mizoram came into existence on February 20, 1987. Though a part of Assam, it became a Union Territory in 1972 when the first assembly elections were held. The highest governing organization of Mizoram is the state government, officially known as the State Government of Mizoram. The government has three branches: the executive, lead by its Governor; the judiciary; and the legislative. The Indian President appoints the Governor after consulting with Central Government. All the executive responsibilities are vested in the Chief Minister. The Mizoram legislative assembly is unicameral, comprising 40 members, who are directly elected from single-seat constituencies every 5 years. The Vidhan Sabha conducts three sessions: budget, monsoon, and winter. The ninth assembly election will be held on November 25th, 2013 and the results will be declared on December 9. The last date of nomination is November 8, 2013 while the date of withdrawal of candidature is November 11, 2013.

See Also: Mizoram Assembly Election Results 2013


2008 Assembly Election Result



Political Party Seats Won
INC32
MDF1
MNF3
MPC2
ZNP2


2003 Assembly Election Result



Political Party Seats Won
HPC1
INC12
MDF1
MNF21
MZPC3
ZNP2


1998 Assembly Election Result



Political Party Seats Won
INC6
IND1
MNF20
MZPC12


1989 Assembly Election Result



Political Party Seats Won
INC23
IND2
MNF14
PPC1


1987 Assembly Election Result



Political Party Seats Won
INC13
IND24
PPC3


1984 Assembly Election Result



Political Party Seats Won
INC20
IND2
PC8


1979 Assembly Election Result



Political Party Seats Won
INC5
IND5
JNP2
PPC18


1978 Assembly Election Result



Political Party Seats Won
INC8
PPC22


1972 Assembly Election Result



Political Party Seats Won
INC6
IND24


Last Updated on June 21, 2014


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