Which state has highest assembly seats in India?

How many state assembly seats are there in India?

The Constitution of India states that a State Legislative Assembly must have no less than 60 and no more than 500 members however an exception may be granted via an Act of Parliament as is the case in the states of Goa, Sikkim, Mizoram and the union territory of Puducherry which have fewer than 60 members.

How many seats are there in Vidhan Sabha in India?

Legislative Assemblies : Term of State/House

S.NO. HOUSE/STATE ASSEMBLY SEAT
12 KARNATAKA 224
13 KERALA 140
14 MADHYA PRADESH 230
15 MAHARASHTRA 288

Who is the real head of state?

The President is the head of the State in India. The President is called the first citizen of the country. All the laws in the country are made and passed in the name of the President of India. Though the President is called the head of the Indian State but he is the nominal executive authority.

Which states in India have Vidhan Parishad?

Its establishment is defined in Article 169 of the Constitution of India. As of 2021, 6 out of 28 states have a State Legislative Council. These are Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Telangana, Maharashtra, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh. The latest state to have a council is Telangana.

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Which state has election in 2021?

Legislative assembly general elections

Date(s) of Elections State/UT Chief Minister before election
6 April 2021 Kerala Pinarayi Vijayan
6 April 2021 Puducherry President’s rule
6 April 2021 Tamil Nadu Edappadi K. Palaniswami
27 March; 1, 6, 10, 17, 22, 26 & 29 April 2021 West Bengal Mamata Banerjee

Who is the next CM of AP 2024?

The tenure of Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly is scheduled to be end on 18 June 2024. The previous assembly elections were held in April 2019. After the election, YSR Congress Party formed the state government, with Y. S. Jaganmohan Reddy becoming the Chief Minister.

Can MLA become MP?

No person can become a member of the Legislative Assembly or the Legislative Council of any state unless the individual is a voter from any constituency of the state. Those who cannot become members of Parliament also cannot become members of the state legislature.