MNF president Zoramthanga decided the swearing-in date to be 14th December
MNF stakes claim in front of Governor in Mizoram
A delegation of Mizo National Front (MNF) led by its President Zoramthanga met Governor Kummanam Rajasekharan after the party won 26 seats in the state Assembly polls.
Mizoram CM Lal Thanhawla submitted his resignation before the Governor. He has expressed his disappointment and said he underestimated the newly formed ZPM.
Mizoram CM Thanhawla loses in Champai South and Serchhip
MNF has won 23 seats in the state so far. Party members celebrate in HQ.
Assam minister Himanta Biswa Sarma spoke about the MNF's "historic win'', and also about BJP opening its account in the state.
Mizo National Front's Zoramthanga spoke to Republic TV saying he was delighted to see his party take the lead in the polls and come back (in power) after ten years.
Mizoram CM and Congress leader Lal Thanhawla loses both seats, as per trends
Mizoram Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla has lost from Champhai South seat, MNF's TJ Lalnuntluanga has won
MNF begins celebrating in the office
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MNF continues its lead in Mizoram
MNF holding position against the Congress in Mizoram:
MNF takes a lead in the state:
Latest trends: MNF taking a lead in the state -
Latest trends for Mizoram are out:
Counting of votes amidst increased security in state:
Counting begins for Mizoram.
Counting of votes at Aizwal, Mizoram:
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