What is the full form of MLA?

The full form of MLA is Member of Legislative Assembly, which the voters of the district appoint, and the legislature of the State Indian Government and the voters nominate MLA. In India, there are four to nine MLAs in each state, and every Member of Parliament, it has in the Lok Sabha. The duties of MLAs differ based on their roles; for instance, some have more than one task; MLAs can be a CM and cabinet minister also. The important requirement to become an MLA is that the candidate must be an Indian resident, a voter of any constituency, at least 25 years old, and not of unsound mind. The duties of an MLA are as follows-

·   MLA serves the complaints and ambitions of the people and brings them forward with the state government

·   An MLA lift the concerns within his region in front of the state government

·   MLA uses many legislative instruments for the betterment of his local constituency people

·   He makes the best use of the Local Area Development budget to improve the electorate