Former underground leaders confessed to campaigning for CM Zoramthanga during 2003 assembly election.
ZRO vice president Hang Sian Thang told me that they came from Lamka, Manipur, to campaign for chief minister Zoramthanga, and asked for our help. We were promised 40 number of guns, apart from political support in return,” Zo Thawn recollected. He added that chief minister Zoramthanga gave him Rs 2 lakhs for the campaign expenditure.
Read the full story: newslink.in
Zonet and Pu VNT, keep your news title short and precise. I saw the following news earlier last night at zonet.in
“Zomi Re-Unification Organisation (ZRO), Burma Front-a tel thin nia insawi, Zosuan leh Zothawn ten Assembly inthlan hnuhnung berah khan Champhai leh Khawbung biala MNF candidate te an tlin theih nan an pawlin an tanpui ngei niin thuthar lakhawmtute an hril”
Thats the title of the news published at zonet.in. Way too long! I didn’t even bother to read thru the title.
On the other hand, Newslink titled the news as “Zorama’s armed campaigner’s unveil the truth“. It not only caught my attention in a few seconds but also tells me a rough idea of the story.
You can’t make apples-apples comparison between English and Mizo, but Zonet’s news titles on zonet.in are all of them very lengthy.
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