Haryana: 12 of 12 candidates with criminal background won polls against those with clean background

haryana-assembly1New Delhi, Jan 10: 21 per cent of the MLAs won with a 50 per cent vote share in the recently concluded Haryana Assembly elections.

A report by the Association for Democratic Reforms said that 19(21%) MLAs won with 50% and above of the total votes polled in their constituency. 71(79%) MLAs won with less than 50% of the total votes polled in their constituency. 3(25%) out of 12 MLAs analysed with declared criminal cases have won with a vote share of 50% and above.

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Maharashtra: 41 of the 42 ministers are crorepatis, 27 have criminal cases pending

maha-cabinetNew Delhi, Jan 02: In the Maharashtra government, 98 per cent of the ministers are crorepatis. This means out of the 42 ministers, 41 are crorepatis. The details were made available by a report of the Association for Democratic Reforms.

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A rich House: 69 per cent MLAs in Jharkhand assembly are crorepatis

jharkhand-assemblyNew Delhi, Dec 26: Out of the 81 MLAs analysed, 56 (69%) are crorepatis. Out of 81 MLAs analysed during Jharkhand 2014 assembly elections, 41 (51%) MLAs were crorepatis says a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms.

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Jharkhand elections: Marginal increase in number of candidates with criminal background

voting111New Delhi, Dec 16: Out of 1,216 candidates analysed in 2019, 335 (28%) candidates have declared criminal cases against themselves. Out of 1136 candidates analysed during Jharkhand Assembly elections in 2014, 330(29%) candidates had declared criminal cases against themselves says a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms.

Candidates with Serious Criminal Cases: 222 (18%) candidates have declared serious criminal cases including cases related to rape, murder, attempt to murder, kidnapping, crimes against women etc.

Jharkhand Phase 4 elections is all about candidates with pending criminal cases

voting11New Delhi, Dec 16: There are 75 candidates with pending criminal cases, who will be fighting phase 4 of the Jharkhand elections.

Out of 221 candidates analysed, 75 (34 per cent) candidates have declared criminal cases against themselves says a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms.

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Jharkhand polls phase 5: Average asset of candidates is Rs 1.31 crore

voting111New Delhi, Dec 14: There are 51 crorepatis in the fray for the 5th phase of the Jharkhand assembly elections.

Out of the 237 candidates, 51(22 per cent) are crorepatis says a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms.

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Maharashtra polls: Steep rise in NOTA votes between 2014-2019

NOTA_New Delhi, Dec 13: Over 7 lakh voters opted for NOTA in the recently concluded Maharashtra Assembly elections.

The NOTA button instated by the ECI in 2013 gave the voters an option of rejecting all the candidates in their constituency. Out of 5,51,49,929 votes polled in Maharashtra Assembly, 2019, 7,42,134 (1.35 per cent) were polled for NOTA. Out of 5,29,01,236 votes polled in Maharashtra Assembly, 2014, 4,83,459 (0.91per cent) were polled for NOTA says a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms.

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Maharashtra elections: Average victory margin of candidates was 49 per cent of total votes polled

voting111New Delhi, Dec 13: The MLAs of the Maharashtra Assembly Elections, 2019 won by an average of 49 per cent of total votes polled.

In 2014 elections MLAs won by an average of 41.2 per cent of total votes polled. 128(44 per cent) MLAs won with 50 per cent and above of the total votes polled in their constituency says a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms.

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75 with pending crimes, 60 crorepatis to fight Phase 4 of Jharkhand polls

criminal-22New Delhi, Dec 10: There are 75 candidates with pending criminal cases, who will be fighting phase 4 of the Jharkhand elections.

Out of 221 candidates analysed, 75 (34 per cent) candidates have declared criminal cases against themselves says a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms.

With an increase of 850 per cent, can our leaders speak about crimes against women

stop-rapeNew Delhi, Dec 10: Between 2009 and 2019, there has been a 231 per cent increase in the number of candidates with declared cases of crimes against women contesting the in Lok Sabha elections.

From 2009 to 2019, there has been an increase of 850 per cent in the number of MPs with declared cases of crime against women in Lok Sabha, a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms states.

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