Mizoram Constituency Wise 2013 Winning Candidates List
|Assembly No.||Assembly Contituencies Name||Candidates Name||Party|
|1||Hachhek (ST)||Lalrinmawia Ralte||INC|
|3||Mamit (ST)||John Rotluangliana||INC|
|4||Tuirial (ST)||Hmingdailova Khiangte||INC|
|5||Kolasib (ST)||Pc Zoram Sangliana||INC|
|6||Serlui (ST)||K Lalrinthanga||INC|
|7||Tuivawl (ST)||R L Pianmawia||INC|
|8||Chalfilh (ST)||Dr Ngurdingliana||INC|
|9||Tawi (ST)||R Lalzirliana||INC|
|10||Aizawl North-I (ST)||R Romawia||INC|
|11||Aizawl North-II (ST)||Lalthanliana||MPC|
|12||Aizawl North-III (ST)||Lal Thanzara||INC|
|13||Aizawl East-I||R Lalrinawma||INC|
|14||Aizawl East-II (ST)||Lalsawta||INC|
|15||Aizawl West-I (ST)||K Sangthuama||MNF|
|16||Aizawl West-II (ST)||Lalruatkima||MNF|
|17||Aizawl West-III (ST)||Vanlalzawma||MNF|
|18||Aizawl South-I (ST)||R Vanlalvena||INC|
|19||Aizawl South-II (ST)||Lt Col Zosangzuala||INC|
|20||Aizawl South-III (ST)||K S Thanga||INC|
|21||Lengteng (ST)||H Rohluna||INC|
|22||Tuichang (ST)||Lalrinliana Sailo||INC|
|23||Champhai North (ST)||Tt Zothansanga||INC|
|24||Champhai South (ST)||Jhrothuama||INC|
|25||EastTuipui (ST)||T Sangkunga||INC|
|26||Serchhip (ST)||Lal Thanhawla||INC|
|27||Tuikum (ST)||Er Lalrinawma||MNF|
|28||Hrangturzo (ST)||Lal Thanhawla||INC|
|29||SouthTuipui (ST)||John Siamkunga||INC|
|30||Lunglei North (ST)||Pc Lalthanliana||INC|
|31||Lunglei East (ST)||Joseph Lalhimpuia||INC|
|32||Lunglei West (ST)||Chalrosanga Ralte||INC|
|33||Lunglei South (ST)||S Laldingliana||INC|
|35||West Tuipui (ST)||Nihar Kanti Chakma||INC|
|36||Tuichawng (ST)||Buddha Dhan Chakma||INC|
|37||Lawngtlai West (ST)||Cngunlianchunga||INC|
|38||Lawngtlai East (ST)||H.Zothangliana(Leading)||INC|
|39||Saiha (ST)||Dr K Beichhua||MNF|
The Mizoram election results 2013 for the 40-seat State Assembly are expected to be announced on December 9, 2013. The counting will take place on this day and results announced thereafter. The results are expected to be the outcome of a stiff neck-to-neck race between the Indian National Congress (INC), which has won state elections three times in the past and is going it alone, and its main competitor Mizo National Front (MNF),
The State Assembly elections in Mizoram that took place on November 25, 2013 witnessed 81% polling at 1126 election booths as compared to 80.02% in 2008 assembly elections.
As per the exit polls, it is estimated that the Congress will get 19 seats whereas the Zoram Nationalist Party (ZNP) 5 seats and the Mizo People's Conference (MPC) plus the Mizo National Front (MNF) will get 14 seats.
The Mizoram assembly election results 2013 for the 40-seat State Assembly are expected to be announced on 9 December 2013. The counting will take place on that day and results announced thereafter.
Congress in Mizoram: Show of strength or muddy waters?
Mizoram is expected to be a very close call. While the Congress will be expecting that Lal Thanhawla will be able to work his charm one more time, the Mizo National Front will hope the people see the cracks in the Congress administration. The 2013 assembly election in Mizoram is also important because for the Congress it will be a test of faith as it contests the elections alone. Local issue will dominate, especially the right of the tribes, and it remains to be seen who the people side with.
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The state assembly election in Mizoram that took place on 25 November 2013 witnessed 81% polling at 1,126 election booths, as compared with 80.02% voting in the 2008 assembly election.
All in all, 3,50,333 women exercised their right to vote, while the male voters were counted at 3,40,527.
As per the exit polls, it is estimated that the Congress will get 19 seats whereas the Zoram Nationalist Party (ZNP) will win 5 seats and the Mizo People's Conference (MPC) plus the Mizo National Front (MNF) will get 14 seats.
In the state assembly elections of 2008, 32 seats were won by the Congress, 6 by MPC plus MNFand 2 seats were won by ZNP.
There is a stiff, neck-to-neck race between the Indian National Congress (INC), which has won state elections three times in the past and is going solo this time, and its main competitor Mizo National Front (MNF), which has struck alliances with the Mizoram People's Conference (MPC) and Maraland Democratic Front (MDF) to form the MDA. MNF has earlier ruled Mizoram for 10 years till 2008. Another contender is the Zoram Nationalist Party.
Party leaders and their hopes
While the country seems to demand a change in governance, Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla of the Congress said that he was sure of holding power in Mizoram."I have high hopes that we will retain power with a thumping majority by bagging the same number of seats (32), if not more," he said. He has been in office since 11 December 2008. It will certainly be a test of faith for the Congress this time, as it is counting on its rapport with the public directly. For the local parties, this election provides a window of opportunity to work in tandem and trounce the "outsider" INC.