Mizoram Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla is up for a very tough battle in his constituency of Serchipp. At least four claimants to the chief minister's post - the sitting CM and Serchhip MLA, Thanhawla; Zoram People\u2019s Movement (ZPM) chief Lalduhoma (also contesting from Aizawl West-I); People\u2019s Representation for Identity and Status of Mizoram (PRISM) chief Vanlalruata (also contesting from Aizawl North-I), and Zoram Thar chief Zaichhawna Hlawndo (also contesting from Aizawl West-I). While the chief minister has won from Serchhip seven times since 1984, he looks a little cautious this time as he is also contesting from Champhai South seat. Result declared Lalduhoma has defeated nearest candidate Lal Thanhalwa of Indian National Congress. Check details below Candidate - Party - Votes LALDUHOMA - Independent - 5481 LAL THANHAWLA - Indian National Congress- 5071 C LALRAMZAUVA - Mizo National Front - 4313 ZAICHHAWNA HLAWNDO- Independent - 278 LALCHUNGLURA - Bharatiya Janata Party - 211 KAPLIANA PACHUAU - National People's Party - 119 VANLALRUATA - PRISM Party - 29 None of the Above - None of the Above - 41 Serchipp election result: Serchipp constituency winner in 2013 In 2013, Lal Thanhawla had garnered 5,719 votes. His opponent, MNF candidate C Lalramzauva had won 4,985 votes. Mizoram election result: Check winner list of Mizoram Assembly Elections 2018  Hachhek (ST)  Dampa (ST)  Mamit (ST)  Tuirial (ST)  Kolasib (ST)  Serlui (ST)  Tuivawl (ST)  Chalfilh (ST)  Tawi (ST)  Aizawl North-I (ST)  Aizawl North-II (ST)  Aizawl North-III (ST)  Aizawl East-I  Aizawl East-II (ST)  Aizawl West-I (ST)  Aizawl West-II (ST)  Aizawl West-III (ST)  Aizawl South-I (ST)  Aizawl South-II (ST)  Aizawl South-III (ST)  Lengteng (ST)  Tuichang (ST)  Champhai North (ST)  Champhai South (ST)  East Tuipui (ST)  Serchhip (ST)  Tuikum (ST)  Hrangturzo (ST)  South Tuipui (ST)  Lunglei North (ST)  Lunglei East (ST)  Lunglei West (ST)  Lunglei South (ST)  Thorang (ST)  West Tuipui (ST)  Tuichawng (ST)  Lawngtlai West (ST)  Lawngtlai East (ST)  Saiha (ST)  Palak (ST) Serchhip is also known as a \u2018weavers\u2019 town\u2019. A number of families here are into the business of traditional Mizo wear. As per an Indianexpress.com report, some of the residents feel that there has been infrastructural development in the district in the last 10 years. However, some of them may still see the need for changing the Congress chief minister. Some say that MNF is still not better than the Congress. The results for the state will be announced on 11 December.