Of The 519 Out Of Three States, 400 MLAs Are Crorepatis, Of These 53% Of The Congress MLAs
Kailash Meghwal of Rajasthan, the oldest MLA of the three states, is 84 years old.
55 MLA are postgraduates in MP, 8 MLAs are Ph.D. holders in Rajasthan.
Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Chhattisgarh are 400 crores out of 519 newly elected MLAs of the Legislative Assembly. The majority of them are 53% i.e. 215 MLAs of Congress and 40% ie 158 MLAs from BJP. Among the three states, 175 crores are MLAs from Madhya Pradesh. Similarly, 156 of Rajasthan and 69 MLAs of Chhattisgarh are crorepatis.
Oldest BJP legislator: The number of legislators under age 35 in the state is 7, the number of legislators from age 35 to 40 years is 9, and the number of legislators from 40 to 50 years is 23. There are 31 MLAs between the ages of 50 to 60 years. There are 20 legislators over 60 years of age. The oldest 75-year MLA is the BJP’s Nankiram Kanwar. He has been elected from Rampur.
Most MLAs are Professional Graduate: Rajasthan has the maximum number of 75 MLAs are Graduate Professional. 47 legislators are postgraduates. 8 MLAs are Ph.D. and 10 MLAs are literate. The 17 number of MLAs are 10th pass, the 31 number of MLAs are 12th pass, and the 7 number of MLAs are 8th pass while there are 4 are MLAs who are the 5th pass.
65 MLAs Graduate: There are 35 such candidates in the newly elected MLAs, who are only 12th pass. 14 MLAs are 10th pass. 7 MLAs 8th pass and 6 MLAs are the 5th pass. Graduate MLAs are 65. Apart from this, Graduate Professional 25, Post Graduate 55, PhD 3 and literate MLAs are 10. In MP, there are 14 MLAs under age 35, 21 MLAs between 35-40, 58 MLAs between 41-50, 87 MLAs between 51-60, 41 MLAs between 61-76.