Mizoram: Swearing-in ceremony of CM Lalduhoma to be held on 8 December


The swearing-in ceremony of Mizoram’s newly elected Chief Minister Lalduhoma will be held on 8 December, Friday.

Zoram People’s Movement (ZPM) emerged victorious in Mizoram by winning 27 out of 40 assembly constituencies. ZPM will form the next government in Mizoram with ZPM chief Lalduhoma, to take oath as Mizoram’s next Chief Minister.

As per Election Commission results revealed yesterday, the Mizo National Front (MNF) won 10 seats, the BJP won two seats and Congress won one.

Also read: Mizoram Election Results 2023 Highlights: Lalduhoma, the man who guarded Indira Gandhi, set to be CM

Zoram People’s Movement (ZPM) Chief Ministerial candidate Lalduhoma, secured victory in Serchhip seat over J Malsawmzuala Vanchhawng of Mizo National Front by 8,314 votes.

Lalduhoma said, “after swearing in, we will announce our top priority projects for the next 100 days,” reported ANI.

Also read: Mizoram: Swearing-in ceremony of CM Lalduhoma to be held on 8 December

He added, “Mizoram is facing a financial crisis and the financial condition is very bad. We are going to inherit from the outgoing government. In spite of this, we are going to honour our commitment. That is buying of four selected items – ginger, turmeric, chilli and broom stick. These four items have been identified. 

Lalduhoma further emphasised that we are friends of farmers and we have to give them that top priority and said, “We declared the minimum price and we are going to start now. Right now, we are going to go through the process of buying these four items. In spite of all the constraints we are facing, this is our commitment to the people and we are going to honour it. This is our first priority;.” 

Lalduhoma said that there will be consolidation in finance refering to financial reform in the state. He said that a resource mobilization team comprising the expert members will be formed, that will oversea the austerity measures, investment measures, manpower assessment and more.

Lalduhoma said, “After that, our main priority will be anti-corruption measures and for that, we are going to give general consent to the CBI as soon as possible. The law will take its own course. I am not in favour of witch hunting. We will start from now with the new government to defy corruption,” reported ANI.

(With inputs from ANI)

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Updated: 05 Dec 2023, 02:02 PM IST

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