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About Lunglei District
Lunglei District, the biggest District in Mizoram is bounded on the nort h by Mamit and Serchhip Districts, on the south by Lawngtlai and Saiha Districts, on the east by Myanmar and on the west by Bangladesh. It has area of 4,538 Sq.kms with a population of 1,37,155 (2001 census) and 186 villages. There are three Civil Sub-Divisions namely – Lunglei Sadar Sub-Division, Tlabung and Hnahthial Civil Sub-Divisions. The District is also divided into four Rural Development Blocks – Lunglei, Hnahthial, Lungsen and Bunghmun.

ORIGIN OF LUNGLEI ADMINISTRATION TO THE PRESENT DAY
The Lushai Military Expedition under the command of Capt. J.Shakespear reached Lunglei (then Lungleh) from Chittagong in March 1889. The Expedition comprised of three officers and 250 sepoys. They built a timber stockade known as ‘Fort Lungleh’, thus placing Lunglei under administrative control of the British Rule. The South Lushai Hills, a separate administrative unit under Chittagong Division was constituted on 1st April 1891 till the year 1898 when the North & South Lushai Hills were amalgamated into one district known as Lushai Hills District and was placed under administrative control of Assam and a Sub-Divisional Officer posted at Lunglei as administrative head of the District.

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