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Zoramthanga scoffs at Manorama goof-up

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AIZAWL, May 20 - Mizoram Chief Minister Zoramthanga today took a sarcastic jibe at the Manorama Yearbook in a tweet after the yearbook made a goof-up by featuring his photograph as that of the Mizoram Governor.

In the Mizoram section of the Manorama Yearbook�s 2020 edition, former Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla�s picture was published as that of Zoramthanga. It mentioned former Governor Jagdish Mukhi as the current Governor of Mizoram and carried Zoramthanga�s image as that of the incumbent Governor.

�Thank you #Manorama Yearbook 2020. I never knew I was the Prime Minister of India??,� Zoramthanga wrote on his Twitter handle.

Zoramthanga�s sarcastic response to the faux pass won accolades on the social media. Furthermore, the yearbook said Mizoram has eight districts instead of 12, and the name of the capital Aizawl is misspelt as Aizawal.

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Zoramthanga scoffs at Manorama goof-up

AIZAWL, May 20 - Mizoram Chief Minister Zoramthanga today took a sarcastic jibe at the Manorama Yearbook in a tweet after the yearbook made a goof-up by featuring his photograph as that of the Mizoram Governor.

In the Mizoram section of the Manorama Yearbook�s 2020 edition, former Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla�s picture was published as that of Zoramthanga. It mentioned former Governor Jagdish Mukhi as the current Governor of Mizoram and carried Zoramthanga�s image as that of the incumbent Governor.

�Thank you #Manorama Yearbook 2020. I never knew I was the Prime Minister of India??,� Zoramthanga wrote on his Twitter handle.

Zoramthanga�s sarcastic response to the faux pass won accolades on the social media. Furthermore, the yearbook said Mizoram has eight districts instead of 12, and the name of the capital Aizawl is misspelt as Aizawal.

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