14 MLAs in new Manipur meeting have declared pending felony instances

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oi-Vicky Nanjappa

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New Delhi, Mar 12: Out of the 60 profitable candidates analysed in 2022, 14(23%) profitable candidates have declared felony instances in opposition to themselves. Out of 60 MLAs analysed throughout Manipur Meeting elections in 2017, 2(3%) MLAs had declared felony instances in opposition to themselves.

14 MLAs in new Manipur assembly have declared pending criminal cases

11 (18%) profitable candidates have declared critical felony instances in opposition to themselves. Out of 60 MLAs analysed throughout Manipur Meeting elections in 2017, 2 (3%) MLAs had declared critical felony instances in opposition to themselves, says a report by the Affiliation for Democratic Reforms.

7 (22%) out of 32 profitable candidates from BJP, 4(80%) out of 5 profitable candidates from INC, 1(14%) out of seven profitable candidates from NPP, 1(17%) out of 6 profitable candidates from JD(U) and 1(33%) out of three Unbiased profitable candidates have declared felony instances in opposition to themselves of their affidavits.

5 (16%) out of 32 profitable candidates from BJP, 4(80%) out of 5 profitable candidates from INC, 1(14%) out of seven profitable candidates from NPP and 1(17%) out of 6 JD(U) profitable candidates have declared critical felony instances in opposition to themselves of their affidavits.

Monetary:

Out of the 60 profitable candidates analysed, 48 (80%) are crorepatis. Out of 60 MLAs analysed throughout Manipur meeting elections 2017, 32 (53%) MLAs have been crorepatis.

25 (78%) out of 32 from BJP, 6 (86%) out of seven from NPP, 5 (100%) out of 5 from INC, 5 (83%) out of 6 from JD(U), 5 (100%) out of 5 from NPF and a couple of (67%) out of three Unbiased profitable candidates have declared property value greater than Rs. 1 crore.

The common of property per profitable candidates within the Manipur Meeting Elections 2022 is Rs 3.75 Crores. The common of property per MLA within the Manipur Meeting Elections 2017 was Rs 2.16 crore.

The common property per profitable candidates for 32 BJP profitable candidates is Rs 2.91 Crores, 7 NPP profitable candidates is Rs 3.45 Crores, 6 JD(U) profitable candidates is Rs 2.80 Crores, 5 NPF profitable candidates is Rs 6.20 Crores, 5 INC profitable candidates is Rs 4.38 Crores, 2 Kuki Peoples Alliance profitable candidates is Rs 64.29 Lakhs and three Unbiased candidates have common property value Rs 12.22 Crore.

Different particulars:

26 (43%) profitable candidates have declared their age to be between 31 and 50 years whereas 34 (57%) profitable candidates have declared their age to be between 51 and 80 years.

Out of 60 profitable candidates analysed, 5 (8%) profitable candidates are girls. In 2017, out of 60 MLAs, 2 (3%) MLAs have been girls.

Comparative evaluation:

Variety of re-elected MLAs: Variety of re-elected MLAs analysed within the Manipur meeting elections of 2022 is 35.

Common property of re-elected MLAs in 2017: The common property of re-elected MLAs in 2017 was Rs 1.61 crore.

Common property of re-elected MLAs in 2022: The common property of re-elected MLAs in 2022 is Rs 3.31 crores.

Common development in property of re-elected MLAs from 2017 to 2022: The expansion in common property of re-elected MLAs is Rs 1.69 crore i.e. by 105%.

Story first printed: Saturday, March 12, 2022, 15:27 [IST]

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