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Zoramthanga

Zoramthanga

Biography

Zoramthanga is an active politician from Nort East India and Chief Minister of Mizoram. Earlier also, he served as the Chief Minister from December 1998 to December 2008, for two consecutive terms. He is the leader of Mizo National Front (MNF). During the secession movement of Mizo National Front, Zoramthanga took lot of initiatives with his leader Laldenga. After the MNF got recognition as a political party, he became a leader. Zoramthanga has five brothers and three sisters. He is second among them. Zoramthanga did his primary education from 1950 to 1954. He went to middle school at South Khawbung and passed sixth standard in 1956. From 1957 to 1960 he studied at Champhai Gandhi Memorial High School, Champai from class seventh to tenth. He finished his college from D.M. College, Manipur. After his graduation, he joined Mizo National Front and actively participated in the movement as well as the political activities.

Personal Life

Full Name Zoramthanga
Date of Birth 13 Jul 1944 (Age 75)
Place of Birth Champai
Party name Mizo National Front
Education Graduate
Profession Politician
Father's Name Darphunga
Mother's Name Vanhnuaichhingi
Spouse's Name Roneihsangi
Spouse's Profession Govt. Servant
No of Sons 1
No of Daughters 1

Contact

Permanent address Ramhlun Venglai, Aizawl, Mizoram
Present address Ramhlun Venglai, Aizawl, Mizoram
Contact number 9436155253
Email zoramthangamnf@gmail.com

Interesting Facts

In 1966, Zoramthanga joined the underground movement as the part of Mizo Freedom Movement of the Mizo National Front and moved to the jungle. He served as secretary for Run Bung Area for three years. Later he became secretary of MNF leader Laldenga and moved to East Pakistan (now Bangladesh). He was arrested by Indian army and held at the Assam Rifles Quarter Guard during the insurgency.

Political Timeline

  • 2018
    MNF fought assembly elections under the leadership of Zoramthanga and again came back to the power with 26 seats in hand. Zoramthanga has been elected as the chief minister of Mizoram as a successor of Lal Thanhawla.
  • 2013
    He contested from East Tupui but lost against T Sangkunga. His party also failed to win. MNF got just 5 seats.
  • 2008
    He contested assembly elections from two Champhai seats and lost from both.
  • 1998
    MNF won the assembly elections with full majority and Zoramthanga became ffth Chief Minister of Mizoram. He served two terms as CM, i.e. 3 December 1998 to 4 December 2003 and 4 December 2003 to 11 December 2008.
  • 1990
    After the demise of Laldenga, he became the President of the Mizo National Front.
  • 1987
    Under the leadership of Laldenga, he served as Finance and Education minister.
  • 1986
    When Mizoram became the 23rd state of India, Zoramthanga was made a Minister in the interim government.
  • 1979
    He became a Vice President of MNF.
  • 1969
    He became a Secretary to party president Laldenga. He held this job for seven years.
  • 1966
    Zoramthanga joined Mizo National Front and actively participated in Mizo Freedom Movement. He held the position of a secretary for Run Bung Area for three years.
Net Worth2.18 CRORE
ASSETS2.18 CRORE
LiabilitiesN/A

Disclaimer: The information relating to the candidate is an archive based on the self-declared affidavit filed at the time of elections. The current status may be different. For the latest on the candidate kindly refer to the affidavit filed by the candidate with the Election Commission of India in the recent election.

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