Arunachal MPs Worst Performers in Lok Sabha: ADR Report

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A report by the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) has highlighted Arunachal Pradesh’s Members of Parliament as the worst performers among their counterparts from other northeastern states in the Lok Sabha. The ADR report assessed various parameters to gauge the performance of MPs, including attendance, participation in debates, and utilization of MPLAD funds.

According to the report, Arunachal Pradesh MPs scored poorly in attendance, with several of them recording low attendance rates during Lok Sabha sessions. Additionally, their participation in debates and discussions on important issues concerning the state and the nation was found to be lacking compared to MPs from other northeastern states.

The utilization of MPLAD (Member of Parliament Local Area Development) funds, which are allocated for the development of constituencies, was also a concern raised by the report. It highlighted instances where the utilization of MPLAD funds by Arunachal Pradesh MPs was below par, leading to questions about their commitment to the development of their respective constituencies.

The ADR report has brought to light the need for Arunachal Pradesh MPs to enhance their performance and actively engage in parliamentary proceedings to effectively represent the interests of their constituents. It emphasizes the importance of MPs being present in the Lok Sabha to voice the concerns and aspirations of the people they represent and actively participate in debates to contribute to policy-making and legislative processes.

The findings of the ADR report serve as a wake-up call for Arunachal Pradesh MPs to improve their performance and fulfill their responsibilities as elected representatives. It underscores the importance of accountability and transparency in governance, urging MPs to prioritize the welfare and development of their constituencies.

In response to the report, stakeholders, including civil society organizations and citizens, have called for greater accountability and transparency from Arunachal Pradesh MPs. They have urged MPs to take proactive measures to address the issues highlighted in the report and work towards fulfilling their mandate of serving the interests of the people.

As Arunachal Pradesh prepares for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, the ADR report serves as a timely reminder for voters to assess the performance of their representatives and make informed choices based on their track record and commitment to public service.



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