New UP Assembly Has 51% MLAs With Criminal Record, 22% With Education Less Than Class XIIth

New UP Assembly Has 51% MLAs With Criminal Record, 22% With Education Less Than Class XIIth

Lucknow, March 14 (TNA) Uttar Pradesh Election Watch Association for Democratic Reform has analyzed the affidavits of all 403 winning candidates in Uttar Pradesh Assembly Election 2022 and in terms of criminal cases declared by the winning candidates, out of 403, 205 (51%) winning candidates have declared criminal cases against themselves. In Uttar Pradesh Assembly Election 2017, out of 402, 143 (36%) MLAs declared criminal cases against themselves. Were.

158 (39%) winning candidates have declared serious criminal cases against them which 107 (26%) MLAs out of 402 in Uttar Pradesh Assembly Election 2017 had declared serious criminal cases against them.

Five winning candidates have declared cases related to murder (IPC-302) 29 winning candidates have declared cases related to attempted murder (IPC-307), 6 winning candidates have declared cases related to atrocities against women, 61 of the winning candidates have declared a case of rape (IPC-376)

If we talk about crorepati winning candidates in Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections 2022, out of 403, 366 (91%) winning candidates are crorepatis. In the same Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections 2017, out of 402, 322 (80%) MLAs were crorepatis

The criminal cases declared by the winning candidates are as follows: 111 out of 255 of BJP (44%), 71 out of 111 of Samajwadi Party (64%), 7 out of 8 of RLD (88%), 6 of Suheldev Bhartiye Samaj Party 4 out of 6 (67%), weak Indian exploited 4 out of 6 of our own party (67%), 3 out of 12 of our own party (Sone Lal) 3 (25%) of Jansatta Dal Loktantrik 2 (100%) of Congress The winning candidates of 2 (100%) and 1 (100%) Bahujan Samaj Party have declared criminal cases against themselves.

Serious criminal cases by the same winning candidates Dalwar 90 out of 255 of BJP (35%), Samajwadi Party 48 out of 111 (43%), RLD 5 out of 8 (63%), Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party 6 out of 6 4 (67%), Nirbal Indian Shoshit Hamara Apna Dal 4 out of 6 (67%), Apna Dal (Sone Lal) 2 out of 12 (17%) Jansatta Dal Loktantrik 2 (100%) Congress 2 ( 100%) and 1 (100%) Bahujan Samaj Party's winning candidates have declared serious criminal cases against them.

169 (42%) winning candidates declared their age between 25 to 50 years, while 2325 (58%) candidates declared their age between 51 to 80 years 2 candidates declared their age more than 80 years.

Among the winning candidates in Uttar Pradesh Assembly Election 2022, 183 (45%) candidates whose assets are Rs 5 crores or above 122 (30%) winning candidates whose assets are between 2 to 5 crores, 84 (20%) are such winning candidates whose assets are Rs 50 lakhs to 2 crores, 12 (3%) candidates whose assets are between Rs 10 lakhs to Rs 50 lakhs, there are also 2 candidates whose assets are below Rs 10 lakhs

Among the top 3 candidates declaring the most assets among the winning MLAs is Amit Agarwal of Bharatiya Janata Party of Meerut district who has declared his assets of 148 crores in the first place. Rakesh Pandey from Jalalpur assembly seat of Samajwadi Party's Janpad Ambedkar Nagar is in the third place who has declared his assets as 59 crores.

The average wealth of the winning candidates in Uttar Pradesh Assembly Election 2022 is Rs 8.06 crore. The assets of MLAs in 2017 were 5.92 crores. Uttar Pradesh Election Watch Association for Democratic Reform has declared 87 (22%) winning candidates in Uttar Pradesh Assembly Election 2022 between 8th and 12th.

While 305 (76%) winning candidates have declared their educational qualification as Graduate and above, 3 candidates have declared their educational qualification Diploma Holders whereas 7 candidates have declared their educational qualification literate and 1 candidate has not declared their educational qualification.

Out of 403 in Uttar Pradesh Assembly Election 2022, 47 (12%) are women winning candidates. In 2017, 40 (10%) out of 402 were women MLAs.

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