104-yr old woman casts vote in Champhai

Aizawl: A 104-year-old woman became the oldest voter in the election to the 40-member Mizoram Assembly, for which polling was held on Monday.

Kimchawngi exercised franchise in the North East Khawdungsei-II polling station for Lengteng constituency in Champhai district, poll officials said.

She was one of the first voters to turn up today.

Another elderly who cast vote today was Lianheli (103) who exercised her franchise in the Baktawng Tlangnuam polling station, the village occupied by members of the Chana's sect, whose leader Ziona is the head of the largest family in the world with more than 160 members.

State election department officials said there were two polling stations which achieved 100 per cent polling.

Hlumte polling station in South Mizoram's Lunglei (East) constituency, which has 102 voters, achieved 100 per cent polling while another polling station in Tawitawkawn, with only 47 voters also achieved cent per cent polling.

First Published: Monday, November 25, 2013, 23:09

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Previous Poll Results

  • Mizoram
  • (40/40) Seats
  • mizoram
  • Party
  • Congress
  • MNF
  • MPC
  • Others
  • Seats
  • 32
  • 3
  • 2
  • 3

Poll Schedule

  • Mizoram
  • 40 Seats
  • Polling
  • Counting
  • Nov 25
  • Dec 9
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