1984 Mizoram Legislative Assembly election

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1984 Mizoram Legislative Assembly election

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All 30 seats in the Mizoram Legislative Assembly
16 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party
  Lal Thanhawla.jpg Bulb Election Symbol.svg
Leader Lal Thanhawla T. Sailo
Party INC(I) Mizoram People's Conference
Leader's seat Serchhip Buarpi
Seats before 5 18
Seats won 20 8
Seat change Increase15 Decrease10
Popular vote 39.81% 32.67%

CM before election

T. Sailo
Mizoram People's Conference

Elected CM

Lal Thanhawla

Elections to the Mizoram Legislative Assembly were held in April 1984 to elect members of the 30 constituencies in Mizoram, India. The Indian National Congress emerged as the single largest party and Lal Thanhawla was appointed as the Chief Minister of Mizoram.[1]


India Mizoram Legislative Assembly 1984.svg
Indian National Congress (I)74,00539.8120Increase15
Mizoram People's Conference66,06535.548Decrease10
Valid votes185,88998.68
Invalid/blank votes2,4901.32
Total votes188,379100.00
Registered voters/turnout256,53073.43
Source: ECI[2]

Elected Members[edit]

# Constituency Candidate Party
1 Tuipang Hiphei Indian National Congress
2 Sangau K. Sangchhum Indian National Congress
3 Saiha F. Lalramliana Indian National Congress
4 Chawngtea Arun Bikash Indian National Congress
5 Demagiri Harikristo Indian National Congress
6 Buarpui T. Sailo Mizoram People's Conference
7 Lunglei Lalhmingthana Mizoram People's Conference
8 Tawipui Z.D. Sangliana Indian National Congress
9 Hnahthial Vanlalnghaka Indian National Congress
10 Nivanlaiphai C. L. Ruala Indian National Congress
11 Khawbung Rochhunga Ralte Indian National Congress
12 Champhai Lalhlira Indian National Congress
13 Khawhai R. Lalawia Indian National Congress
14 Saitual K. Biakchungnunga Mizoram People's Conference
15 Ngopa Zosiama Pachuau Mizoram People's Conference
16 Suangpuilawn H. Thansanga Indian National Congress
17 Ratu R. Thangliana Indian National Congress
18 Kawnpui Vaivenga Indian National Congress
19 Kolasib Zalawma Indian National Congress
20 Kawrthah Saaikapthaianga Indian National Congress
21 Sairang Lalhuthanga Indian National Congress
22 Phuldungsei Liansuama Indian National Congress
23 Sateek J. Thanghuama Indian National Congress
24 Serchhip Lal Thanhawla Indian National Congress
25 Lungpho K.L. Lianchia Mizoram People's Conference
26 Tlungvel Lallawmsanga Zadeng Mizoram People's Conference
27 Aizawal North Zairemthanga Mizoram People's Conference
28 Aizawal East Rokamlova Indian National Congress
29 Aizawal West K. Thansiami Mizoram People's Conference
30 Aizawal South Sainghaka Indian National Congress

See also[edit]


  1. "Lal Thanhawla - the CM who wanted to step aside". The Week. PTI. 11 December 2018. Retrieved 14 July 2021. Thanhawla was again elected as leader of the opposition. He became the chief minister after the next election in 1984 when Congress captured power
  2. "Statistical Report on General Election, 1984 to the Legislative Assembly of Mizoram". Election Commission of India. Retrieved 15 July 2021.