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Criminal and financial background of MLAs and candidates Assembly elections, 2008 by National Election Watch (India)

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Published by Association for Democratic Reforms in New Delhi .
Written in English

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Other titlesChhattisgarh, Madhyapradesh, Rajasthan, Delhi Assembly election, 2008.
Statement[report conducted by] Madhya Pradesh Election Watch
ContributionsAssociation for Democratic Reforms (New Delhi, India), Madhya Pradesh Election Watch, SANDHAN (Group : Madhya Pradesh, India)
The Physical Object
Pagination97 p. :
Number of Pages97
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24496283M
LC Control Number2010319089

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  Delhi elected 26 MLAs facing criminal cases over candidates with clean background: ADR Delhi elected 43 MLAs facing criminal cases in the recent assembly elections and 26 of them won against a runner up "with a clean background", a new report by the Association for Democratic Reforms and Delhi Election Watch said Wednesday. analysis of criminal, financial, and other details of candidates and 68 MLAs. It also includes the analysis of election expenditure statements of all 68 MLAs. Executive Summary Criminal Background Candidates with Criminal Cases: Out of the candidates analysed, 61(18%) candidates have declared criminal cases against them.   Lucknow: With the Supreme Court asking political parties to publish the criminal history of their candidates in Assembly and Lok Sabha elections, the focus has again turned on criminalisation of politics. According to the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR), the BJP tops the list with 37 per cent legislators with criminal history. In the 17th Vidhan Sabha that .   The maximum number of MLAs with criminal background came from the BJP at 18(41%) out of total 44 elected MLAs. Shimla: It is of utmost importance that you know about the candidates whom you have elected to the Himachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly to form the new government. As an overview, let us take a look at the analysis carried out by the .

It provides criminal and financial background information on candidates, MPs and MLAs contesting in also has information on income and expenditure of political parties.   Criminal, Financial and other details of Newly Elected MLAs of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly Elections, By far the worst state in India, the politicians of UP are wholly the worst kind of creatures on the face of the planet - murderers, thieves, .   India’s Criminal Politicians and found that a candidate with a criminal background was almost twice as likely to win than a candidate with no criminal background. motivating parties to.   The ADR has done analysis of criminal background, financial, education and other details of MLAs in Punjab based on affidavits filed by candidates. (Follow The Tribune on Facebook ; and Twitter.

The Association for Democratic Reforms said, people with serious criminal background should be debarred from contesting polls. 48 MPs, MLAs have cases of .   The number of MLAs with serious criminal cases, however, has increased from 98 in to this time. As many as 83 MLAs of BJP face charges of serious crimes, according to the report. This.   The study was made to check financial and criminal background of candidates. The study revealed an increase in the assets of the incumbent Members of Legislative Assembly (MLA) in one Andhra Pradesh district. In Krishna district of Andhra Pradesh, most of the incumbent MLAs contesting the Parliamentary elections have become richer.   crime statistics UP, Punjab and Goa now have fewer MLAs with criminal records – but more with serious charges About % of newly elected MLAs in the five states that went to polls this year.