Mizoram Election Results


Mizoram Assembly Election Results December 11, 2018



Total number of seats: 40 Majority: 21
PartyWonChange
Mizo National Front2621
Independent80
Indian National Congress5-29
Bharatiya Janata Party11
Total40


Mizoram Elections 2018 Results

*Map showing Mizoram Assembly election results 2018. The result will be updated as soon as it is declared on 11th Dec 2018.

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Elections to the Mizoram Legislative Assembly were held on November 28, 2018, and the results were declared on December 11. The state legislative assembly comprises of 40 seats and at least 21 seats are required to form the government. The Mizo National Front (MNF) has won the majority of seats, swaying 26 seats in its hold. INC and BJP have won 5 and 1 seat respectively. Eight seats were bagged by the independent candidates.

Mizoram Assembly Election 2018 Party Wise Results

State Win+Lead Second Win+LeadOthers Win+Lead
MizoramMNF 26INC 5Others 9
Results 2018
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Last Updated on : December 12, 2018


     


     

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