In a groundbreaking moment for Mizoram, Lalduhoma, the leader of the Zoram People’s Movement (ZPM), is poised to take the oath as Chief Minister on Friday, marking a historic milestone for the state.
The recent Mizoram assembly polls witnessed a significant electoral shift as the ZPM secured a staggering victory, claiming 27 out of the 40 seats, solidifying the public’s call for transformative governance.
In a clear display of dominance, the ZPM emerged triumphant, leaving the Mizo National Front (MNF) with 10 seats, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) with two, and the Congress with just one seat in the election outcome.
Lalduhoma, the esteemed Chief Ministerial nominee of the ZPM, achieved a resounding victory in the Serchhip constituency. He secured a substantial margin of 8,314 votes, triumphing over J Malsawmzuala Vanchhawng of the Mizo National Front.
The ZPM’s sweeping success signifies a noteworthy shift in Mizoram’s political landscape, highlighting the electorate’s strong aspiration for a change in leadership and a new era of governance.