Voting in all 40 Mizoram seats will take place on November 7, with results expected on December 3. The party has already produced a list of candidates for all seats.
As part of its campaign for Mizoram, the Congress Party offered Rs 15 lakh in health insurance, an Old Pension Scheme, and subsidized LPG.In its manifesto, the party promised the return of the Old Pension Scheme, subsidized LPG cylinders at Rs 750 for low-income households, and health insurance coverage of Rs 15 lakh per family for cashless hospital treatment.Congress stated in its 12-page manifesto that if elected, it would improve grassroots democracy by providing village councils and local bodies more power, duties, and financial resources.The party also stated that it would build better and more long-lasting public infrastructure, such as highways, airports, and electricity lines.
The grand old party also launched the ‘Tang Puihna’ initiative, under which farmers and businesses would receive Rs 2 lakh in financial help to create sustainable economic and livelihood activities.
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Congress announced its candidates for 39 of the state’s 40 seats on Monday. Meriam L Hrangchal of the Lunglei South seat was nominated as the party’s 40th candidate today.PTI provided input.ALSO READ | MNF, ZPM are tools for the BJP and RSS to enter the state, says Rahul Gandhi in poll-bound state