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Mizoram People

Mizoram People's Conference, abbreviated as MPC was formed by Mizo citizens who fought together for human rights in Mizoram.

Mizoram People's Conference is a regional political party in Mizoram, India. MPC was established by Brig Thenphunga Sailo on April 17, 1975. Sailo is the party chairman and was the chief minister of Mizoram from 1979 to 1984.

Thenphunga was an army officer and then a Human rights Activist before starting his Political Party. Under the management of its Founding President, Brigadier T. Sailo, Party struggled assiduously and successfully for the Mizo people. Party has voter base in Mizoram. Party symbol is electric bulb. ....
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Mizoram People's Conference, abbreviated as MPC was formed by Mizo citizens who fought together for human rights in Mizoram. Mizoram People's Conference is a regional political party in Mizoram, India. MPC was established by Brig Thenphunga Sailo on April 17, 1975. Sailo is the party chairman and was the chief minister of Mizoram from 1979 to 1984. Thenphunga was an army officer and then a Human rights Activist before starting his Political Party. Under the management of its Founding President, Brigadier T. Sailo, Party struggled assiduously and successfully for the Mizo people. Party has voter base in Mizoram. Party symbol is electric bulb.

After the MPC's defeat in 1984, Party served as a strong opposition in the next 2 decades. In the 1998 assembly elections, it won 12 seats. However, in the 2003 elections, the party won only 3 seats, a number which fell to 2 in the 2008 elections and 1 in 2013. The MPC is still the third major party in Mizoram, but is far surpassed by its competitors, the Mizo National Front and Indian National Congress.

Prominent party leaders:

Present leader is Pu Lalhmingthanga. Lalhmangaiha Sailo adopted his father's vision of Mizoram and has an intense desire to follow the policies and programs that were initiated by his father. Vanlalhlana is a senior vice president. He is Ex.Deputy Speaker. Zosiama Pachuau is vice president. Col Lalchungnunga Sailo is a senior vice president and he is Ex. Minister Social Welfare & Labour Employment.

Objective and b belief of party:

Mizoram people's conference committed to adopt India Constitution, Socialism, Secularism and Democracy and maintain India autonomy, Unity and Integrity. The Party maintains the freedom of the State (Mizoram) and the Nationality (Mizo) and Human rights and Strive utmost to do away any form of suppressions. Party has major aim to make right and well-organized Government that can preserve State, Nationality and Religion. This Party has plans to focus on importance to the needs of Mizoram and the people than the Party itself. Party explores the way for equal distribution of power and wealth and enhancement of the poor and physical workers and farmers. For the State developments, the Party devised key plans that are proportionate with the situations of the State and it focuses more on rural areas. Mizoram people's conference Party struggles against the diverse forms of Social problems and launch rehabilitation Centres. Party has objectives to synchronize working relationships with any organization working in this field. Mizoram people's conference party is desirous to works through non-violence methods for the re-unification of the Mizo living in the different areas. Party will take special interest in the Mizoram sons of the soil as provided for the Scheduled Tribes by the Constitution of India.

MPC Party appeals to citizens to take interest in political movement and vote for them in the upcoming elections. When MPC will be in power, every Mizo can be secured and see positive change and all round progress in state.

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