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Assam: BJP ousts MNF-Congress team from power in Mara council | Guwahati News

AIZAWL: The BJP toppled the Mizo National Front (MNF)-Congress coalition government at the Mara Autonomous District Council (MADC) headed by H Malvina in a no-confidence motion on Friday. It was moved on the third and last day of the ongoing winter session of the MADC, which commenced on Wednesday.
As soon as the session began, BJP leader and former chief executive member (CEM) L Prisila moved the no-confidence motion, which was supported by M Laiko and K Hrahmo. CEM H Malvina and deputy CEM HC Lalmalsawma Zasai spoke against it.
The motion was decided by a secret ballot with 15 members of the district council (MDCs) supporting the no-confidence motion and 9 MDCs voting against the motion, resulting in the MNF-Congress coalition government being voted out of power.
Chairman N Viakhu remained neutral and did not cast a vote in the no-confidence motion. The Congress-MNF government in MADC was toppled after being in power for almost six months.
The formation of a new executive committee (local government) would soon be chalked out soon, sources in Siaha town – the seat of power of the MADC – said. Election to the 25-member MADC was held on May 5. The results were announced on May 9.
Though the ruling BJP emerged as the largest party by bagging 12 seats, one short of a simple majority, the result was a fragmented mandate. The MNF secured 9 seats and the Congress managed to get 4 seats resulting in days of political uncertainty in the MADC.
The Congress and the MNF finally agreed to form the government with H Malvina of the Congress elected as CEM and MNF leader HC Lalmalsawma Zasai as deputy CEM towards the fag end of May.
The post-poll alliance between the two arch rivals in state politics created quite a furore with the Mizoram Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) strongly against the liaison. Sources said those who changed sides during the voting were J Beikiasa, Lalrosanga and Lalremthanga – all of them disgruntled MNF MDCs.

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