Mizoram Lok Sabha Elections

2019 Lok Sabha Election Results For Mizoram: NDA Ally MNF Wins The Sole Seat In The State

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Elections in Mizoram have been conducted since 1972 to elect members of the Mizoram Legislative Assembly and Lok Sabha. There are 40 assembly constituencies and 1 Lok Sabha constituency.
In 2019 Lok Sabha elections, as declared by the Election Commission, Mizoram - NDA-ally Mizo National Front won the sole seat in the state. 

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The key contest in the state: 
A two-cornered fight took place in the state's lone seat with the ruling Mizo National Front nominating C Lalrosanga and Cong-Zoram People’s Movement (ZPM) alliance fielding Lalnghinglova Hmar. Though ZPM and Congress fought the assembly elections against each other they sealed a deal against the BJP and its allies for the Lok Sabha elections as BJP has started making inroads in the state and won one seat in assembly elections in 2018.
The constituency went to polls in the first phase of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections on April 11. Lalnghinglova Hmar, a joint candidate of the Congress and the Zoram People’s Movement, contested against Nirupam Chakma of the BJP and the Mizo National Front’s C Lalrosanga.
In the 2014 general elections, Congress won the lone seat in the state. In the assembly elections earlier this year, Mizo National Front won 26 seats and Congress came at the second while the BJP made inroads by bagging one seat in the state.
Going on polls in the first phase of elections, here is the comparison of the voter turnout in the state between 2014 and 2019 elections
2014 Lok Sabha elections: 61.06 percent
2019 Lok Sabha elections: 63.06 percent
Republic Double Exit Polls prediction 

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While CVoter projected Congress and Zoram People’s Movement alliance's success, Jan Ki Baat said MNF repeat performance likely.
NDA: 0 seats
UPA: 1 seat
NDA: 4.7 percent
UPA: 39.6 percent
MNF: 1
Congress: 0
BJP: 0


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