In 1986, the Union of India under Rajiv Gandhi and the MNF marked the Mizoram Peace Accord. Pu Lalthanhawla, the Congress Chief Minister, was made to advance down and Pu Laldenga of the MNF was influenced Chief To serve. Rajiv Gandhi was clear around one thing — the MNF viciousness needed to end and Mizoram needed to remain in the Union. Rehearsing accommodative governmental issues appeared the correct path forward regardless of whether it implied supplanting the Chief Minister with Pu Laldenga, who had spent the better piece of his grown-up life somewhere down in the wildernesses of Myanmar raising two outfitted detachments to battle the Indian state.