With the Assembly elections in the national Capital to be held on February 8, the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) has analszed the performance of MLAs of the sixth legislative Assembly, on an average a Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA), including MLAs elected through by-elections, from Delhi Assembly has attended 77 out of 101 sittings held in the Assembly. The ADR also found that total 44 Bills were tabled in the Assembly and all of them were passed.
According to ADR, the Delhi Assembly sat for 101 days — 20 days per year on an average. “The assembly was adjourned 34 times during this period and maximum 12 times in the year 2018,” according to an ADR analysis released on Friday.
“A total of 44 Bills were tabled in the Assembly till February 28 last year and all of them were passed. The maximum 23 Bills were passed in 2015,” it said. “On an average a MLA (including MLAs elected through bye-elections) from Delhi Assembly has asked 215 questions, including starred questions and un-starred questions,” the report stated.