India’s northeastern state Mizoram is set for its Assembly elections on November 7. Campaigning ended on November 5 at 4 PM.
The Mizo National Front is currently in power in Mizoram. Zoramthanga took office in Dec. 2018 and is currently the Chief Minister of the state.
BJP promised to launch the LOTUS scheme if elected to power. The scheme expands to livelihood, opportunity, transformations and upliftment.
Congress announced welfare measures for Mizoram. It vowed cheap LPG, assured pensions for the elderly and health coverage.
Seeking a second term, the MNF promised to reunite the Zohnahthlaks community under ‘one administration.’
The Zoram People’s Movement has also vowed to reunite the Zo community and a “new system.” It also presented itself as an “anti-incumbent party.”