Addressing the party workers at the weekly meeting at the Congress Bhavan here, Lal Thanhawla said if people in Assam and West Bengal could elect the same parties for three terms, it could be possible in Mizoram.
Urging the party workers to begin the hard work for the coming Assembly polls in 2018, he said that the maximum utilisation of information technology (IT) could help the party to retain power for the third consecutive term. Earlier in December 2013, on the day he was sworn-in for the second consecutive term, Lal Thanhawla made a statement saying he would not contest in 2018 Assembly polls.
However, the state home minister and vice president of the state PCC R Lalzirliana recently announced in a public meeting in Saitual town that Lal Thanhawla would again lead the party in the 2018 state Assembly elections.

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