The culmination of the vote counting process for Mizoram’s Assembly elections reveals a decisive victory for the Zoram People’s Movement , securing an impressive 27 out of the 40 seats. In a surprising turn, the ruling party, Misnational Front, faced a setback with only 10 seats. The BJP secured 2 seats, and the Congress managed to secure 1 seat. The election results delivered a significant blow to the MNF, with Chief Minister Joranthanga, Deputy CM, and several ministers suffering defeats.
The triumphant JPM, led by Lalduhoma, emerged with a clear majority, reshaping the political landscape in Mizoram. The election, held on November 7, marked a crucial moment in the state’s political journey. Notably, the counting process in Mizoram was rescheduled to Monday on December 4rth after an appeal by the residents and various organizations who emphasized the significance of Sunday as a special day for them, prompting the Election Commission to accommodate their request. The outcome underscores the dynamic nature of Mizoram’s political scenario and sets the stage for the next chapter in the state’s governance.