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MIZORAM ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS 2018 LIVE NEWS UPDATES

LIVE NEWS UPDATES: 

4:26:41 PM Zoramthanga of MNF wins in Aizwal East-1.

2:33:34 PM 25 Seat Results declared by ECI. 

MNF: 16        Congress: 4          Independent Candidates: 5

1:29:45 PM 17 seats results declared in Mizoram. MNF secured 12, 5 seats secured by Independent Candidates.

12:38:30 PM 5 seats results declared in Mizoram. All secured by MNF.

12:28:43 PM Lal Thanhawla loses from both the seats.

11:43:28 AM  Lal Thanhawla trailing again in Serchhip. Current trends reach to

INC: 8       MNF: 25      Others: 7

11:25:23 AM   Lal Thanhawla now leading in Serchhip but trailing in Champhai South.

10:08:31 AM      MNF: 24     INC: 8    Others: 6 (BJP:1)

9:38:42 AM Zoramthanga of MNF now leading in Aizwal East-1 as latest trends show

MNF: 21      INC: 4      Others: 6

9:31:31 AM      MNF: 15    INC: 5     Others: 6    as per the latest trends from Mizoram.

Lal Thanhawla trailing in Champhai South and Serchhip both.

9:02:34 AM BJP who never secured any seat in past, opens its account in Mizoram. MNF leading with 6 seats INC and BJP both secures 1 each.

8:53:25 AM MNF leads in Mizoram with 4 seats while Congress yet to open its account.

8:53:35 AM Counting begins in Mizoram. Initial Leads soon.

12/11/2018 – 7:51:20 AM

Counting of votes for assembly elections in Mizoram for 40 seats today. Counting to start at 8:00 AM. Initial Trends expected to come by 8:30 AM. Stay tuned for all the live updates.


12/10/2018 – 3:51:20 PM

NewsX-NETA survey: MNF to take lead in Mizoram by bagging 19 seats, Congress 15 and 6 seats will remain for Others.


12/08/2018 – 4:33:01 PM

Amit Shah isn’t God, his prediction of BJP ruling for 50 years an exaggeration: MNF 

Former chief minister and MNF chief Zoramthanga told PTI in an interview that his party and the BJP can never be allies in the hill state because of the saffron party’s Hindutva politics.

“I doubt. He (Shah) is not a God. He cannot predict that in politics. Even Modi cannot predict that. That is his wishful thinking. Nobody can predict that” he said when asked about Shah’s claim of BJP ruling for the next 50 years.


12/08/2018 – 3:51:16 PM

Exit Poll Mizoram (As per NDTV)
MNF Congress+ BJP Others
Times Now- CNX 18 16 0 6
Republic TV- C Voter 16-20 14-18 0 3-10

 

12/06/2018 – 3:13:53 PM

  • Reduce poll expenses cap: Mizo netas to Election Commission
12/06/2018 – 3:14:34 PM
  • Re-polling will take place in Ajasora polling station in southernmost Tuichawng assembly constituency today (4 December). The repoll was ordered by the Election Commission as polling could not be completed due to technical snags in the electronic voting machines (EVMs) on the polling day (November 28). Over 300 voters could not cast their vote in the polling station due to persistent EVM snag. The 1,080 voters are expected to cast their vote in Ajasora polling station again, today (4 December)
  • 80% voter turnout recorded in Mizoram Assembly Elections 2018, a slight dip from 83.41 % in 2013
  • Mizoram Assembly Elections 2018 Voting Date- 28 Nov 2018
  • Laljirlian, C.L. Rua J.V. Haluna, Lal Thanhawla, Pu Jormathanga, H.Rohluna, Lathalnaliana, Red Routatia, K. Sangathuama are in the fray of Mizoram assembly election 2018.

Mizoram Assembly Election 2018:

The single-phase election for the 40-member Mizoram Assembly held on November 28 and counting of votes will be taken up on December 11. Mizoram has a total electorate of 7,68,181 people including 3,93,685 female voters. 83.4 percent of the turnout was recorded in the 2013 assembly elections. But in the 2018 assembly elections, the percentage of voting was reduced to 80 percent. Congress, which has its government only in Mizoram in the entire North-East faces a major challenge to hold its fort in the state. The party also won the lone Lok Sabha seat here with a 49.3% vote share. In the 2013 assembly poll, the Congress had won 34 seats and made Lal Thanhawala the chief minister. The BJP, which has no MLA in the assembly, is fighting all the 40 assembly seats in Mizoram Assembly Election 2018 alone.

Big things of Congress’s Manifesto in Mizoram–

  • The Congress promised to provide free laptops to students who have cleared Class 10 and above if it returns to power in the state.
  • The party also promised to continue with its New Land Use Policy (NLUP) for the farmers and New Economic Development Policy (NEDP) for unemployed youths.
  • The Congress also promised a “salary grant” of Rs 10,000 per job to the industries offering employment to the youth of the state.
  • The Congress manifesto also promised housing for the poor in rural areas and residential quarters for employees of police and education departments.
  • It also promised a rebate in diesel and petrol prices.
  • Congress also promised to continue giving special attention to science, mathematics and technical education.

Big things of BJP’s Manifesto in Mizoram–

  • The BJP promised to include Mizo, the official language of the state, in the Eighth Schedule to the Constitution.
  • The saffron party promised to establish two medical colleges, three engineering colleges, and as many nursing training institutes, besides creating 50,000 jobs in the next five years.
  • The party promised rice at Rs 1 per kg, home to every homeless family and traffic-congestion-free Aizawl in three years and pothole-free all-weather roads in the next six months.
  • Construction of trans-boundary highway, linking Myanmar and Bangladesh border via Aizawl, to promote trade, tourism and industries were among the poll promises of the party.
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