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MNF hopeful of coming back to power in 2018

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AIZAWL, July 21 - Mizoram�s main opposition party Mizo National Front (MNF) is hopeful of coming back to power in the next Assembly polls scheduled in 2018.

The meeting of MNF office bearers here on Monday convened under the leadership of its president Zoramthanga was discussing the political scenario of Mizoram.

The meeting appreciated the MNF president for being peace interlocutor between Myanmar-based underground groups and Myanmar Government. Apart from involving in Myanmar peace mission, Zoramthanga became the go-in between several Zo ethnic underground groups in NE and Indian Government, the meeting said.

The meeting also welcomed the formation and launching of North East Democratic Alliance (NEDA) with its primary focus to make NE Congress-free and to solve various problems prevailing in the region and bring development.

The meeting expressed hope that development would be ushered in various fields in NE through the formation of NEDA. The leaders who took part in the meeting also said that the Congress which ruled the NE for a long duration has failed to meet the aspirations of the people and forced the NE to be one of the poorest regions in the country.

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MNF hopeful of coming back to power in 2018

AIZAWL, July 21 - Mizoram�s main opposition party Mizo National Front (MNF) is hopeful of coming back to power in the next Assembly polls scheduled in 2018.

The meeting of MNF office bearers here on Monday convened under the leadership of its president Zoramthanga was discussing the political scenario of Mizoram.

The meeting appreciated the MNF president for being peace interlocutor between Myanmar-based underground groups and Myanmar Government. Apart from involving in Myanmar peace mission, Zoramthanga became the go-in between several Zo ethnic underground groups in NE and Indian Government, the meeting said.

The meeting also welcomed the formation and launching of North East Democratic Alliance (NEDA) with its primary focus to make NE Congress-free and to solve various problems prevailing in the region and bring development.

The meeting expressed hope that development would be ushered in various fields in NE through the formation of NEDA. The leaders who took part in the meeting also said that the Congress which ruled the NE for a long duration has failed to meet the aspirations of the people and forced the NE to be one of the poorest regions in the country.

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