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Normal life hit in Mizoram (11/6/2018) 
Normal life was thrown out of gear in poll-bound Mizoram on Tuesday, as a collective of NGOs organised a state-wide protest against the removal of Principal Secretary (Home) Lalnunmawia Chuaungo.The state's apex organisation of civil societies and student bodies -- Mizoram NGO Coordination Committee (MNCC) -- is demanding the removal of Mizoram Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) S.B. Shashank, after the latter ordered last week Chuaungo's removal.Thousands of people held a peaceful protest in front of the office of the Chief Electoral Officer in Aizawl.According to an official of the State Election Commission, Shashank last week removed the Principal Secretary (Home) from his post for "dereliction of duty and interference in election process"."The Election Commission in its order said that if Chuaungo continues to hold his post, it would have an adverse effect on the conduct of a smooth, free and fair election in the state," the official said, quoting the poll panel order.The CEO in his report to the Election Commission reportedly said that Chuaungo, a 1987-batch Gujarat-cadre IAS officer, was creating obstacles so that Reang tribals, sheltered in Tripura for over 21 years, could not vote in the November 28 polls to constitute the 40-member Assembly.A three-member Election Commission team, comprising Jharkhand CEO L. Khiangte, Election Commission Director Nikhil Kumar and Commission Secretary S.B. Joshi, arrived here on Tuesday to deal with the situation.Most markets, shops and business establishments remained shut and private as well as passenger vehicles remained off the roads in support of the protests.A senior police official said that attendance in government offices and banks was also low. "No untoward incident was, however, reported from anywhere in the state."Christian-dominated Mizoram is the only state ruled by the Congress in northeast India that comprises eight states.Mizoram Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla in separate letters to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh strongly opposed the Election Commission's order removing Chuaungo.
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