Aizawl, Sep 5(UNI) With the Assembly elections fast approaching, the Mizoram Presbyterian Church-sponsored Mizoram People's Forum (MPF) is all set to intensify its campaign in the Christian-dominated state.
Asking all political parties and their candidates to shun 'votes-buying and making false promises', the MPF appealed the voters not to accept money or other offers from the candidates.
The MPF had earlier issued do's and dont's for all political parties, their candidates and the general public in view of the state polls slated for November.
The MPF reminded all concerned to abide by its election 'wish-list' which had been drafted in accordance with the law of the land and warned that defaulters would see their names widely published and necessary actions taken against them.
The MPF had a warm-up meeting here today where it reiterated that it would strongly oppose to any form of 'intimidations' and 'communal politics' that could be detrimental to the peaceful co-existence of different communities in Mizoram.
He repeated that 'votes-buying, intimidations, involvement of underground outfits and false promises' were the main issues of concern so far as elections were concerned.
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