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Mizoram Election 2018 – Latest Updates and Results

Mizoram Election 2018 – Latest Updates and Results

Mizoram Legislative Assembly Election will be held on the last week of November to first week of December 2018. There are total 40 constituencies of the Legislative Assembly of Mizoram. Pu Lal Thanhawla is the current Chief Minister of Mizoram from the Indian National Congress (INC).
In the last Legislative Assembly Election result was declared on 9th December, 2013. Indian National Congress (INC) won a huge majority of 34 out of 40 seats. But Mizo National Front and Mizoram People’s Conference won five seats and one seat respectively. 81% of eligible voters turned out to vote.



Mizoram Assembly Election 2018 Date

Election date will be held in the states of Mizoram in late 2018.

Complete Election Lists of Mizoram from 1972 to 2018

Year Election Winning Party/Coalition Chief Ministers of Mizoram
1972 First Assembly (Union Territory) Mizo Union Ch. Chhunga
1978 Second Assembly (Union Territory) Mizo People’s Conference Thenphunga Sailo
1979 Third Assembly (Union Territory) Mizo People’s Conference Thenphunga Sailo
1984 Fourth Assembly (Union Territory) Indian National Congress Pu Lalthanhawla
1987 First Assembly (State) Mizo National Front Pu Laldenga
1989 Second Assembly (State) Indian National Congress Pu Lalthanhawla
1993 Third Assembly (State) Indian National Congress Pu Lalthanhawla
1998 Fourth Assembly (State) Mizo National Front Pu Zoramthanga
2003 Fifth Assembly (State) Mizo National Front Pu Zoramthanga
2008 Sixth Assembly (State) Indian National Congress Pu Lalthanhawla
2013 Seventh Assembly (State) Indian National Congress Pu Lalthanhawla

Future Assembly Elections 2018 to 2021

S.No State Term Completing on Election Proposed in month No. of Seats
1 Karnataka 25.05.2018 April-May 2018 223
2 Mizoram 15.12.2018 October-November 2018 223
3 Rajasthan 20.01.2019 December 2018-January 2019 200
4 Chhattishgarh 05.01.2019 December 2018-January 2019 90
5 Madhya Pradesh 07.01.2019 December 2018-January 2019 230
6 Sikkim 27.05.2019 April-May 2019 32
7 Arunachal Pradesh 01.06.2019 April-May 2019 60
8 Telangana 08.06.2019 May-June 2019 119
9 Odisha 11.06.2019 May-June 2019 147
10 Andhra Pradesh 18.06.2019 May-June 2019 175
11 Haryana 02.11.2019 September-October 2019 90
12 Maharastra 09.11.2019 September-October 2019 288
13 Jharkhand 05.01.2020 November-December 2019 81
14 Delhi/NCR 22.02.2020 January-February 2020 70
15 Jammu & Kashmir 16.03.2021 January-February 2021 87

Mizoram is also included in the future assembly election list.

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