English हिन्दी
Connect with us

Latest Politics News

Mizoram election result LIVE: Mizoram votes for change, ZPM this time 

In the Mizoram assembly election, the key players are the ruling Mizo National Front (MNF) led by Chief Minister Zoramthanga, Zoram People’s Movement (ZPM) led by Lalduhoma, and the Congress.

Published

on

ZPM wins 27 assembly seats, MNF 7

The Zoram People’s Movement won the Mizoram Assembly election with 27 seats in the 40 member assembly. The MNF won 7 assembly seats and is leading in 3. The BJP won two assembly seats and the Congress is leading in 1.

ZPM gets majority in Mizoram assembly election

According to the Election Commission of India, the Zoram People Movement (ZPM) got the majority in the assembly election, winning 25 of 40 assembly seats. 

ZPM Chief Ministerial candidate Lalduhoma to meet governor on Tuesday

With the ZPM all set for a sweeping victory in Mizoram, its chief ministerial candidate Lalduhoma told news agency ANI that he will be meeting the governor tomorrow or a day after and that the swearing in will be within this month. 

BJP wins from Saiha assembly seat

BJP candidate Dr. K. Beichhua won from the Saiha assembly seat with a margin of 616 votes.

MNF wins from Tuirial, East Tuipui constituency

MNF candidate K Laldawngliana from Tuirial constituency won by a mere margin of 13 votes. East Tuipui candidate Ramthanmawia won the assembly seat with a margin of 160 votes.

MNF wins in Mamit, Serlui

MNF candidate H. Lalzirliana and Lalrinsanga Ralte won from Mamit and Serlui assembly seats respectively.

ZPM candidate wins Chalfilh assembly seat

ZPM Candidate Lalbiakzama won from Chalfilh assembly seat with a margin of 1833 votes

ZPM candidate wins Aizawl North II assembly seat

ZPM candidate Dr. Vanlalthlana won from Aizawl North Assembly seat with a margin of 6507 votes

ZPM candidate wins Aizawl South assembly seat 

ZPM candidate  C Lalsawivunga won Aizwal South assembly seat with a margin of 3625 votes.

MNF candidate wins from Thorang assembly seat

MNF candidate R Rohmingliana won from the Thorang assembly seat with a short margin of 62 votes. 

MNF leading in 11 seats

The ruling MNF is leading in 11 assembly seats namely, Hachhek, Dampa, Mamit, Tuirial, Serlui, Tuivawl, Lengteng, East Tuipui, Thorang, West Tuipui, Tuichawng.

ZPM wins from Hrangturzo assembly seat

ZPM candidate Lalmuanpuia Punte won from Hrangtuezo assembly seat with a margin of 1255 votes

BJP candidate wins Palak assembly seat

BJP candidate from K. HRAHMO won from the Palak assembly seat with a margin of 1241 votes. The candidate bagged 6064 votes.

ZPM wins Aizwal West- I assembly seats

ZPM candidate TBC Lalvenchhunga won Aizawl West- I West (15) assembly seat with a margin of 4667 votes

ZPM candidate wins Tawi assembly seat

ZPM candidate Prof Lalnilawma won Tawi assembly seat with a margin of 1552 votes. The candidate gained 6991 total votes. 

Lalfamkima from ZPM wins Kolasib assembly seat

ZPM candidate Lalfamkima won the Kolasib assembly seat with a margin of 1169 votes. Lalfamkima bagged 8657 total votes. 

ZPM wins from South Tuipui

ZPM candidate Jeje Lalpekhlua won from South Tuipui assembly seat with a margin of 135 seats. Lalpekhlua gained 5468 votes.

Not surprised on party’s lead: ZPM chief Lalduhoma

ZPM supremo and Chief Ministerial candidate Lalduhoma expressed that hwe is not surprised at his party’s lead in the Mizoram Assembly election. He added that this is what he expected. 

BJP gains momentum in Chakma stronghold Tuichawng

The BJP has established a lead in the ethnic minority Chakma stronghold of Tuichawng, which is also the only seat it has ever won previously. BJP candidate won from the seat in 2018, making it the saffron party’s first breakthrough in the CHristian majority state.

Deputy Chief Minister Tawnluia loses in Tuichang

According to the Election Commission of India, Mizoram Deputy Chief Minister and MNF candidate from Tuichang seat, Tawnluia lost to ZPM candidate W Chhuanawma by 909 votes.

ZPM wins Aizawl West-11 assembly seat

ZPM candidate Lalnghinglova Hmar won from Aizawl West-II seat with a margin of 4819 seats. 

Everything is peaceful and under control: Aizawl DC Nazuk Kumar

Aizawl DC Nazuk Kumar told news agency PTI that everything is peaceful and that they have enough deployment. She added that they have three-tier security and everything is under control.

ZPM leading in key Aizawl and Lunglei seats

The Zoram People’s Movement is leading in all 9 Aizawl seats, including incumbent Chief Minister Zoramthanga’s Aizawl East-1 seat. Furthermore, the ZPM is also leading in two out of three Lunglei seats. Notably, Lunglei is the second largest town in the state. 

ZPM leads with 28 assembly seats, MNF trails behind with 8 seats

The Zoram People’s Movement is leading with 28 seats, the MNF gained 8 seats, BJP 3 and Congress 1

ZPM claims first victory in Tuichang

The Zoram People’s Movement secures its first victory in Tuichang, defeating incumbent MNF MLA

ZPM crosses halfway mark, MNF trails behind

As per the Election Commission of India, ZPM has crossed the halfway mark and is leading in 27 seats. Meanwhile, MNF gained 9 seats, BJP 3 and Congress 1

Tough battle between ruling MNF and ZPM

The ZPM party leads with 15 assembly seats, ruling MNF gains 12 seats, Congress 9 and BJP 2

ZPM leads with 19 seats, MNF 14, Congress 6

So far, the ruling MNF party in Mizoram gained 14 seats, ZPM leads with 19 seats, Congress 6 and BJP 1

Counting of votes is being held in 13 centres

Additional Chief Electoral Officer H Lianzela told news agency PTI that the counting is being carried out at 13 centres across the state. H Lianzela added that one counting hall has been set up for each of the 40 assembly seats at these 13 centres. 

Counting of votes for Mizoram Assembly election is underway

A visual from a counting centre in Serchhip.

ZPM edge past MNF in early trends

Counting of votes began in Mizoram. As per early trends, The Mizo National Front (MNF) has gained 9 seats, Zoram People’s Movement (ZPM) 22, Congress 6, BJP 1. 

India News

BJP MP Manoj Tiwari reacts to AAP-Congress Alliance, reminds CM Kejriwal of his 2012 jail promise

AAP and Congress announced an alliance in Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, Goa, and Chandigarh on Saturday.

Published

on

BJP MP Manoj Tiwari on Saturday reminded Delhi Chief Minister and AAP convener Arvind Kejriwal of his promise of sending leaders of Congress Party to jail. This comes after the announcement of the AAP and Congress’ seat sharing deal for upcoming Lok Sabha elections in Delhi.

Using the metaphor chor chor mausere bhai which translates in English, birds of a feather flock together, Tiwari said, this is what it is happening between AAP and Congress. He alleged that AAP workers are disappointed with CM Kejriwal as the used to speak about putting Congress leaders in jail but now he is at their feet.

AAP was formed after Arvind Kejriwal launched anti-corruption protests in Delhi. At that time congress was in power in both Delhi and the Centre.

Later when the party was formed in 2012, Arvind Kejriwal said that he would put corrupt leaders in jail within six months of coming to power.

Tiwari said that Arvind Kejriwal and AAP had ousted Congress from Delhi and Punjab and now the Chief Minister is sharing the stage with Rahul Gandhi.

He also said BJP and Prime Minister Modi are in everyone’s heart and the people of Delhi will decide everything as it is clear now that the top leaders of AAP and Congress are the same.

Meanwhile, AAP leader Atishi said that CM Kejriwal can be arrested soon. She alleged that ever since the INDIA bloc seat sharing was nearly finalised, Kejriwal started getting threats from everwhere. She also mentioned that the party members were told if they didn’t exit the alliance, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) would frame charges against Arvind Kejriwal to arrest him.

She claimed that the party had the information that the CBI would issue a notice on Monday and would arrest CM Kejriwal in a few days.

AAP and Congress announced an alliance in Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, Goa, and Chandigarh on Saturday.

Continue Reading

India News

Priyanka Gandhi joins Rahul Gandhi on last leg of Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra in Uttar Pradesh

Gandhi slammed BJP government and said Prime Minister Narendra Modi tells people that India belongs to everyone. He added 90% of the people don’t get any participation as a result there is a need for caste census. He said the BJP system works by diverting the people of India by talking about Bollywood and surgical strike.

Published

on

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and party general secretary Priyanka Gandhi on Saturday took out the final leg of Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra In Uttar Pradesh’s Moradabad. Congress said Priyanka Gandhi Vadra  will accompany Rahul Gandhi as the yatra passes through Amroha, Sambhal, Bulandshahr, Aligarh, Hathras, Agra and will conclude at Fatehpur Sikri on Sunday.

Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi were seen waving to people from an open jeep. People raised slogans such as Rahul Gandhi Zindabad, Priyanka Gandhi zindabad and Congress party zindabad as the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra passed through different areas of Moradabad. The padyatra started from Jama Masjid Chauraha in Moradabad to Sambhal Chauraha.

Gandhi slammed BJP government and said Prime Minister Narendra Modi tells people that India belongs to everyone. He added 90% of the people don’t get any participation as a result there is a need for caste census. He said the BJP system works by diverting the people of India by talking about Bollywood and surgical strike.

Gandhi said 50% people in the country are backward, 15% minorities, 15% Dalit and 8% Adivasi. He wanted to ask about the participation of 90% of India’s population. He said none of these people are represented in the media. He said the common man of India can be seen in the list of MGNREGA but not in the big companies, the high court and the media.

Gandhi said PM Modi says Hindostan sabka hai. He asked ye sabka kaise hai? If 90% are not getting any participation. Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi slammed the Uttar Pradesh government over paper leaks and said 28 lakh students wrote the exam for UP Police but the exam was leaked. She said the unemployment rates have increased after the formation of BJP government in Uttar Pradesh and at the Centre.

Continue Reading

India News

NCP (SCP) launches its party’s new symbol ‘man blowing tura’ in presence of Sharad Pawar

Pawar said to establish a people’s government, they need to struggle and hence have to strengthen the trumpet symbol. He said it is an inspiration to launch a new struggle for people’s welfare and a government which works for their upliftment.

Published

on

NCP (SCP) launched its party’s new symbol ‘man blowing tura’ in presence of party Sharad Pawar at the Raigad fort on Saturday. The NCP (SCP) chief said he sought the support of the party workers in bringing a government that works for the welfare and progress of the common man. He added the trumpet will bring happiness to the people.

Pawar said to establish a people’s government, they need to struggle and hence have to strengthen the trumpet symbol. He said it is an inspiration to launch a new struggle for people’s welfare and a government which works for their upliftment.

Maharashtra NCP chief Jayant Patil said the trumpet is a symbol of bravery, victory and inspiration to fight. He said they are seeking the blessings from Chatrapathi Shivaji Maharaj from the fort where his coronation was performed and the place where he spent the last days of his life and where his Samadhi is situated.

The symbol was allotted to the party by the Election Commision of India on Thursday. The trumpet refers to tutari in Marathi and is sounded to mark the entry of important persons. The NCP(SCP) took to X and wrote the Tutari in the form of great valour of Chhatrapathi Shivaji Maharaj had once deafened the emperor of Delhi. He said it is a great honour for his party to get Tutari (Man Blowing Turha) as the symbol for the upcoming elections.

He said Tutari is now ready to shake Delhi’s throne under the leadership of Sharadchandra Pawar. He quoted lines from popular poem Tutari written by Jnanpith awardee Kusumagraj. The NCP which was founded by Sharad Pawar, split in July when Ajit Pawar and eight MLAs joined the Eknath Shinde government. The election commission assigned the party name and clock symbol to Ajit Pawar’s faction.

Continue Reading

Trending

-->

© Copyright 2022 APNLIVE.com