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Bru members set to cast vote in Mizoram: Chief Electoral Officer

Bru members set to cast vote in Mizoram: Chief Electoral Officer


Members of the Bru community, currently lodged in six relief camps of Tripura, will be exercising their franchise in Mizoram when it goes to polls on November 28, a top state election department official said Monday.

The tenure of the 40-member Assembly expires on December 15.

"The Election Commission of India (ECI) has instructed officials in the state to make poll arrangements in Mizoram for displaced Bru families," Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) SB Shashank told reporters here.

The ECI, however, was yet to issue detailed guidelines on the process that needs be followed to move Bru voters to Mizoram for the polling exercise, he said.

"Of the 11,232 Bru voters in Tripura - 8,777 are from Mamit district, along Mizoram-Bangladesh-Tripura border, 1,732 from Kolasib district of the state, along Assam border, and 723 from southern Mizoram's Lunglei district," the CEO said.

During the 2013 assembly elections, Bru members were able to cast votes from theirrespective relief camps. The following year, too, displaced voters had exercised their franchise for parliamentary election from Tripura.

An election department official said on the condition of anonymity that making adequate arrangements for Bru voters to cast votes in their respective polling stations would be a "herculean task".

He suggested establishing designated polling stations at a border town inside the state for the displaced people.

"Setting up designated polling stations at a border town, like Kanhmun, where Bru voters can exercise their franchise, might be the best bet," he added.

The voters' list in six Tripura relief camps were updated recently along with rest of the state amid protests by members of civil societies, who demanded that the process be undertaken after the final repatriation process.

Thousands of Bru refugees from Mizoram fled to Tripura after ethnic violence of 1997. The clashes broke out after a forest official was killed by Bru National Liberation Front (BNLF) militants.

The Centre, in association with the governments of Mizoram and Tripura, had been trying to repatriate displaced Brus in phases.

The final repatriation process, however, fizzled out as only around 50 of 54,007 families shifted to Mizoram between August and September.

 

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Bru members have cited "unsatisfactory repatriation package" as reason for not returning to their home state.

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S No. Date Polling Agency NDA UPA
1 Jan-19 Times Now-VMR 252 147

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Jan-19 Deccan Herald 160-175 180-200
3 Jan-19 ABP News – C Voter 233 167
4 Jan-19 VDP Associates 225 167
5 Dec-18 ABP News – C Voter 247 171
6 Dec-18 India TV – CNX 281 124
7 Nov-18 ABP News – C Voter 261 119
8 Oct-18 ABP News-CSDS 276 112
9 Aug-18 India Today- Karvy 255 248
10 May-18 ABP News-CSDS 274 164

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On Saturday, Mizoram Chhantu Pawl (MCP) or the Save Mizoram Front End Operation Mizoram created the pre-election coalition with the objective of contesting the assembly elections later this year, the representation of Peoples for the identification and status of three minor parties, Mizoram (PRISM).

This is the second such alliance of regional parties in Mizoram, the only state in the north-east under Congress rule. A year ago, the Zoram Nationalist Party, Mizoram Peoples Conference and Zoram Exodus Movement came together to form the Zoram Peoples Movement (ZPM).

Schedule for polls in the northeastern state is yet to be announced and there is speculation that it might be held along with the general elections. But battle lines are already getting drawn.

Addressing the press at Aizawl on Saturday, Operation Mizoram convenor Vanlalhuma Kawlni said the alliance, if it comes to power, would strive to bring the entire state under the Sixth Schedule to protect the tribal nature of Mizoram, end border disputes with Assam and drive out illegal immigrants.

The ruling Congress too had a meeting of senior leaders chaired by Chief Minister and party’s Mizoram unit chief Lal Thanhawla where it discussed poll strategy for the 40 assembly seats.

Though he has been in power since December 2008, the 76-year-old Lal Thanhawla told party colleagues that Congress would be able to win the assembly polls easily as the party had brought “peace and tranquillity”.

While the BJP has been able to expand its footprint in the region with governments in Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur and Tripura and is part of the ruling coalition in Meghalaya and Nagaland, in Mizoram the scene could be different.

“It will be a straight fight between the Congress and our party,” said Zoramthanga, chief of the Mizo National Front, the state’s biggest regional party that had been in power twice between 1998 and 2008.

MNF is part of the BJP-led North East Democratic Alliance, a conglomeration of anti-Congress parties in the region, but there is unlikely to be any pre-poll alliance between the two parties.

“We will contest all the 40 seats on our own and are confident of coming to power again. People are fed up with Congress’ misrule. The BJP would be lucky if it manages to win even one seat,” Zoramthanga said.

The BJP, too, is not planning to forge an alliance in Christian-dominated Mizoram at the moment and could seal post-poll tie-ups much like it did in Meghalaya in March.

Earlier this year, the party had come third in Nagaland winning 12 of the total 60 seats in the Christian-majority state. In Meghalaya, another state with a majority Christian population, the BJP bagged two seats and joined the ruling coalition after an announcement of results.

“The party hasn’t taken any decision yet on Mizoram polls. Our national executive meet is underway and maybe some strategy would be formed,” said Pawan Sharma, BJP in-charge for Mizoram, over the phone from Delhi.

The two alliances of smaller parties don’t appear to be in the fight at the moment but in the event of a hung assembly, the few seats bagged by them or independents could prove crucial in government formation.

“Till now we are planning to contest from 38 of the 40 seats on our own and there has been no talk of alliances. There’s no possibility of joining hands with the BJP as well,” said K Sapdanga, general secretary of the ZPM.

 

Source: Hindustan Times

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Results for all the five states — Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Mizoram, Chhattisgarh and Telangana will be declared on December 11, 2018.

 

 

 
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Mizoram Assembly Elections will be held on 28 November 2018 

Event Date Day
Date for Nominations 2 Nov  Friday
Last Date for filing Nominations 9 Nov  Friday
Date for scrutiny of nominations 12 Nov  Monday
Last date for withdrawal of candidatures 14 Nov  Wednesday
Date of poll 28 Nov  Wednesday
Date of counting 11 Dec  Tuesday
Date before which the election shall be completed 13 Dec  Thursday

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S No. State Name Assembly S No. State Name Assembly
1 Mizoram Hachhek (ST) 21 Mizoram Lengteng (ST)
2 Mizoram Dampa (ST) 22 Mizoram Tuichang (ST)
3 Mizoram Mamit (ST) 23 Mizoram Champhai North
4 Mizoram Tuirial (ST) 24 Mizoram Champhai South
5 Mizoram Kolasib (ST) 25 Mizoram East tuipui (ST)
6 Mizoram Serlui (ST) 26 Mizoram Serchhip (ST)
7 Mizoram Tuivawl (ST) 27 Mizoram Tuikum (ST)
8 Mizoram Chalfilh (ST) 28 Mizoram Hrangturzo (ST)
9 Mizoram Tawi (ST) 29 Mizoram South tuipui (ST)
10 Mizoram Aizawl North - i (S 30 Mizoram Lunglei North (ST)
11 Mizoram Aizawl North - ii (S 31 Mizoram Lunglei East (ST)
12 Mizoram Aizawl North-iii (ST 32 Mizoram Lunglei West (ST)
13 Mizoram Aizawl East - i 33 Mizoram Lunglei South (ST)
14 Mizoram Aizawl East ii (ST) 34 Mizoram Thorang (ST)
15 Mizoram Aizawl West i (ST) 35 Mizoram West tuipui (ST)
16 Mizoram Aizawl West ii (ST) 36 Mizoram Tuichawng (ST)
17 Mizoram Aizawl West iii (ST) 37 Mizoram Lawngtlai West (ST
18 Mizoram Aizawl South i (ST) 38 Mizoram Lawngtlai East (ST
19 Mizoram Aizawl South ii (ST 39 Mizoram Saiha (ST)
20 Mizoram Aizawl South-iii (ST 40 Mizoram Palak (ST)

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