SP MLAs score in Assembly attendance, BJP members top in number of questions

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Though the ruling Samajwadi Party's MLAs topped the attendance charts in the last five years of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly, it was the Bharatiya Janata Party MLAs who raised more questions than their counterparts from other parties.

Data from PRS Legislative research, an independent parliamentary research reasearch think tank, shows that SP MLAs had a 78% average attendance rate.

The Congress' Gayadeen Anuragi from Rath, Kazim Ali Khan from Suar, Radhey Shyam from Jagdishpur, Kartar Singh Badana of the Rashtriya Lok Dal, from Khatauli, Krishna Kumar Ojha of the BSP from Mahasi, the SP's Laxmikant from Mehndawal, Uday Raj from Purwa and Mahesh Narayan Singh from Handia, and Sushil Singh, an independent MLA from Sakaldiha, each asked only one question.

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