Fight for power in the 40 member assembly will be between Congress and Mizo National Front (MNF)
If the exit polls are to believed, Mizoram may have a hung 40-member Assembly.
The Congress is hoping to blunt the challenge put up by Mizo National Front even as the BJP tries to create in-roads in the state. While Congress and MNF candidates contested in all 40 constituencies, BJP fought in 39.
Following is the full list of current MLAs according to their corresponding party and constituency.
|Serial No.||Constituency||Sitting MLAs||Party|
|1||Hachhek (ST)||Lalrinmawia Ralte||INC|
|3||Mamit (ST)||John Rotluangliana||INC|
|4||Tuirial (ST)||Hmingdailova Khiangte||INC|
|5||Kolasib (ST)||P.C. Zoramsangliana||INC|
|6||Serlui (ST)||K. Lalrinthanga||INC|
|8||Chalfilh (ST)||Dr H.Ngurdingliana||INC|
|10||Aizawl North-I (ST)||R.Romawia||INC|
|11||Aizawl North-II (ST)||Lalthanliana||MPC|
|12||Aizawl North-III (ST)||Lal Thanzara||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|
|22||Tuichang (ST)||Lalrinliana Sailo||INC|
|23||Champhai North (ST)||T.T.Zothansanga||INC|
|24||Champhai South (ST)||J.H.Rothuama||INC|
|25||East Tuipui (ST)||T.Sangkunga||INC|
|26||Serchhip (ST)||Lal Thanhawla||INC|
|28||Hrangturzo (ST)||Vanlalawmpuii Chawngthu||INC|
|29||South Tuipui (ST)||John Siamkhuma||INC|
|30||Lunglei North (ST)||Pc Lalthanliana||INC|
|31||Lunglei East (ST)||Joseph Lalhimpuia||INC|
|32||Lunglei West (ST)||Chalrosanga||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)||C.Ngunlianchunga||INC|
|38||Lawngtlai East (ST)||H. Zothangliana||INC|
|39||Saiha (ST)||Dr. K. Beichhua||MNF|
The EC said that polling was completely peaceful and barring sporadic incidents of VVPAT machines malfunctioning, there was no impediment. Interestingly, Deputy Additional Chief Electoral Officer CC Lalchhuangkina said that 25% of the 7.68 lakh voters here had already cast their vote by 10 am.
The counting of votes in Mizoram is scheduled for Tuesday.