Members of the Legislative Assemblies in India

A Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) is a representative elected by the voters of an electoral district (constituency) to the Legislature of a State in the Indian system of government. Uttar Pradesh has the largest numbers of MLA (403) in the country while Puducherry has the least numbers of MLAs (30)
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A Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) is a representative elected by the voters of an electoral district (constituency) to the Legislature of a State in the Indian system of government. Uttar Pradesh has the largest numbers of MLA (403) in the country while Puducherry has the least numbers of MLAs (30)

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S.No.  State/UT Strength 
1 Uttar Pradesh 403
2 West Bengal  294
3 Maharashtra  288
4 Bihar  243
5 Tamil Nadu  234
6 Madhya Pradesh 230
7 Karnataka 224
8 Rajasthan  200
9 Gujarat 182
10 Andhra Pradesh 175
11 Odisha  147
12 Kerala 140
13 Assam  126
14 Telangana  119
15 Punjab  117
16 Chhatisgarh 90
17 Haryana 90
18 Jharkhand 81
19 Jammu& Kashmir                             76*
20 Uttrakhand 70
21 Delhi (NCT) 70
22 Himachal Pradesh 68
23 Arunachal Pradesh 60
24 Manipur  60
25 Mehgalaya 60
26 Nagaland 60
27 Tripura 60
28 Goa 40
29 Mizoram 40
30 Sikkim 32
31 Puducherry  30

Source: Election Commission of India

*Under the Constitution of Jammu & Kashmir, the number of seats in the Legislative Assembly of that state excluding the 24 seats earmarked for Pakistan occupied territory is 87 out of which 7 seats have been reserved for the Schedule Caste in pursuance of the Jammu & Kashmir Representation of the People Act 1957.

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