The members of the Legislative Assembly are those who are elected here by the people or voters from the symbolic constituencies of the Indian state government legislature. In India, there are about 4-9 MLAs for every Member of Parliament who are the representatives of the Lok Sabha. The positions assigned to elected members determine the duties they must undertake. The MLA gives them a 5-year term. Role of MLA as a Legislator The main role of an MLA as a Legislator is that of a Legislator which includes understanding the nature of existing laws, passing new laws and reviewing new laws, debating and then supporting or opposing the passing of new laws. By representing their constituency as a whole, political parties can raise concerns, express opinions, intervene and support critical thinking on behalf of the electorate. Elected party assembly members. In this position, the relevant person may be involved in organizing and supporting the board and its selection and building mastery in a specific area of knowledge.