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Mizoram: BJP all set to form govt in Mara Autonomous Dist Council

First Published: 27th November, 2022 14:57 IST

BJP Legislature Party has elected M Laikaw as it's leader. Laikaw will be sworned in as the next CEM after Governor's approval.

The BJP is all set to form the next government in the Mara Autonomous District Council in Mizoram. The Saffron Party has also elected former Chief Executive Member M Laikaw as its leader.

As per inputs by our Mizoram correspondent, Laikaw’s election as Leader of the BJP Legislature Party has been communicated to Governor Hari Babu Kambhampati. Laikaw will be sworned in as the next CEM of MADC as and when the Governor approves his appointment.

The development comes after the Congress-Mizo National Front (MNF) government had suffered defeat in the no confidence motion on the last day of the winter session of the MADC.

The BJP won the no-confidence motion by getting 15 votes in a secret ballot while those opposed to the motion got 9 votes



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