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Former Mizoram CM Zoramthanga takes a dig at Congress, says party shaky at its very root

First Published: 8th May, 2018 12:08 IST

The Mizo National Front or the MNF organized a meeting at ‘Hnam Run’, with regards to the latest coalition government formed between the arch political rivals, the BJP and the

The Mizo National Front or the MNF organized a meeting at ‘Hnam Run’, with regards to the latest coalition government formed between the arch political rivals, the BJP and the Congress.

During the meeting, state MNF President and former Chief Minister Zoramthanga noted that the congress faced extreme deterioration within the country being defeated in almost all states.

In Mizoram too, the party lost its erstwhile stronghold, the Chakma area, thereby compelling it to join hands with the BJP, the President pointed out. Zoramthanga also took a dig at the Congress terming it of being shaky at its very root.

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