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Congress Is Crumbling, MNF Will Form Government: Zoramthanga

Former Mizoram Chief Minister Zoramthanga speaks to Outlook about MNF’s prospects in the upcoming assembly elections.

Congress Is Crumbling, MNF Will Form Government: Zoramthanga
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Congress Is Crumbling, MNF Will Form Government: Zoramthanga
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2018-12-11T15:47:05+05:30

Zoramthanga, the 74-year-old insurgent-turned-politician, was twice chief minister of Mizoram between 1998 and 2008. He is now leading the Mizo National Front’s (MNF) bid to end the Congress’s ten-year reign in the northeastern state. In an exclusive interview at the MNF headquarters in Aizawl, Zoramthanga spoke to Outlook before filing his nomination papers for the Aizawl East I constituency.

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