Mizoram Assembly Election 2018
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Mizoram Assembly Election 2018 : Constituency-wise Results
|1||Hachhek||LALRINDIKA RALTE||Indian National Congress||Won||6202|
|2||Dampa||LALRINTLUANGA SAILO||Mizo National Front||Won||5840|
|3||Mamit||H. LALZIRLIANA||Mizo National Front||Won||6874|
|4||Tuirial||ANDREW H. THANGLIANA||Independent||Won||4387|
|5||Kolasib||K. LALRINLIANA||Mizo National Front||Won||5940|
|6||Serlui||LALRINSANGA RALTE||Mizo National Front||Won||6128|
|7||Tuivawl||LALCHHANDAMA RALTE||Mizo National Front||Won||5207|
|8||Chalfilh||LALRINLIANA SAILO||Mizo National Front||Won||5541|
|9||Tawi||R.LALZIRLIANA||Mizo National Front||Won||4940|
|10||Aizawl North I||VANLALHLANA||Independent||Won||7094|
|11||Aizawl North Ii||VANLALTHLANA||Independent||Won||7775|
|12||Aizawl North Iii||C LALMUANPUIA||Mizo National Front||Won||5166|
|13||Aizawl East I||ZORAMTHANGA||Mizo National Front||Won||8358|
|14||Aizawl East Ii||ROBERT ROMAWIA ROYTE||Mizo National Front||Won||5869|
|15||Aizawl West I||LALDUHOMA||Independent||Won||7889|
|16||Aizawl West Ii||LALRUATKIMA||Mizo National Front||Won||7626|
|17||Aizawl West Iii||V.L. ZAITHANZAMA||Independent||Won||6934|
|18||Aizawl South I||C. LALSAWIVUNGA||Independent||Won||6808|
|19||Aizawl South Ii||LALCHHUANTHANGA||Independent||Won||7294|
|20||Aizawl South Iii||F. LALNUNMAWIA||Mizo National Front||Won||7558|
|21||Lengteng||L.THANGMAWIA||Mizo National Front||Won||6430|
|22||Tuichang||TAWNLUIA||Mizo National Front||Won||5146|
|23||Champhai North||DR ZR.THIAMSANGA||Mizo National Front||Won||6057|
|24||Champhai South||T.J LALNUNTLUANGA||Mizo National Front||Won||5212|
|25||East Tuipui||RAMTHANMAWIA||Mizo National Front||Won||4384|
|27||Tuikum||ER. LALRINAWMA||Mizo National Front||Won||5439|
|28||Hrangturzo||LALCHAMLIANA||Mizo National Front||Won||4572|
|29||South Tuipui||DR R LALTHANGLIANA||Mizo National Front||Won||6126|
|30||Lunglei North||VANLALTANPUIA||Mizo National Front||Won||5022|
|31||Lunglei East||LAWMAWMA TOCHHAWNG||Mizo National Front||Won||4063|
|32||Lunglei West||C.LALRINSANGA||Mizo National Front||Won||4093|
|33||Lunglei South||K PACHHUNGA||Mizo National Front||Won||6245|
|34||Thorang||ZODINTLUANGA RALTE||Indian National Congress||Won||4499|
|35||West Tuipui||NIHAR KANTI CHAKMA||Indian National Congress||Won||5943|
|36||Tuichawng||BUDDHA DHAN CHAKMA||Bharatiya Janata Party||Won||11419|
|37||Lawngtlai West||C. NGUNLIANCHUNGA||Indian National Congress||Won||10678|
|38||Lawngtlai East||H. BIAKZAUA||Mizo National Front||Won||8656|
|39||Saiha||DR. K. BEICHHUA||Mizo National Front||Won||8109|
|40||Palak||K.T. ROKHAW||Indian National Congress||Won||5492|
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