The analysis showed that there were 81 re-elected MLAs. Out of 68 MLAs analysed during Himachal Pradesh 2012 assembly elections, 44 (65%) MLAs were crorepatis says data provided by the Association for Democratic Reforms. ADR and GEW are the associations which work for electoral reforms has analysed the self-sworn affidavits of all the 182 newly-elected MLAs. Every MLA has to give an affidavit about their assets and criminal cases pending on them. Party wise Crorepati MLAs: 21 (100%) out of 21 MLAs from INC, 28 (64%) out of 44 MLAs from BJP, 1 (100%) MLA from CPI (M), and 2 (100%) Independent MLAs have declared assets worth more than Rs. 1 crore. The average assets per MLA in the Gujarat 2017 Assembly election stood at Rs 8.46 crore. The average assets of re-elected MLAs in 2012 were worth Rs 5.79 crore while the same is Rs 10.39 crore this time. Among MLAs with serious criminal cases, 33 have declared serious cases including cases related to murder, attempt to murder, dacoity, robbery etc. In Himachal Pradesh, there are eight MLAs with serious criminal charges, including six from BJP and one from Congress. It's two of the things that survey pointed out that, the increase in assets and the decrease in the number of criminal cases than in 2012. In 2012, out of 68 MLAs, three were women. The average worth of assets of MLAs of the Congress is Rs 13.80 crore, Rs 6.14 crore for the BJP while two independent MLAs have average assets worth Rs 12.85 crore. ADR said that 10 out of 68 MLAs have not declared their sources of income. The average assets of re-elected MLAs in 2017 is Rs 10.71 crore, while in 2012 it was Rs 7.41 crore, ADR added. In Himachal Pradesh, two out of 21 MLAs from Congress, 18 out of 44 MLAs from the BJP, one MLA from the CPI-M and one of two independent MLAs have been charges with criminal cases, the ADR said. In Gujarat, 96 (53 per cent) MLAs have declared their education qualification to be between class 5 and class 12 pass while 69 (38 per cent) MLAs have declared that there are a graduate or above. There are seven MLAs who are just literates while there is one who is illiterate. A total of 20 MLAs have declared their age to be between 25 and 50 years, while 46 have declared their age to be between 51 and 80 years and one MLA declared his age above 80 years. In 2012 Gujarat Assembly elections, the number of such MLAs was 24 (31 per cent). The Insider Car News

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