List of MPs, MLAs and Members of Legislative Council of Indian States: Here is a list of Lok Sabha MPs, Rajya Sabha MPs, Member of Legislative Assembly and Legislative Council (seats) in all states of India. Generally questions related to this list are asked in competitive exams. If you are preparing for various competitive exams like: IAS, Teacher, UPSC, PCS, SSC, Bank, MBA and other government jobs, then you must know about Lok Sabha MPs, Rajya Sabha MPs, Members of Legislative Assembly and Legislative Council. Must know.

List of Lok Sabha MPs, Rajya Sabha MPs, Members of Legislative Assembly and Legislative Council of Indian states:

State name Lok Sabha MP Rajya Sabha MP MLA Member of legislative council
Uttar Pradesh 80 31 404 100
Maharashtra 48 19 289 78
West Bengal 42 16 295* -
Bihar 40 16 243 75
Tamil Nadu 39 18 235 -
Madhya Pradesh 29 11 231* -
Karnataka 28 12 225* 75
Gujarat 26 11 182 -
Rajasthan 25 10 200 -
Andhra Pradesh 25 11 175 56
Odisha 21 10 147 -
Kerala 20 9 141* -
Telangana 17 7 120 34
Assam 14 7 126 -
Jharkhand 14 6 81 -
Punjab 13 7 117 -
Chhattisgarh 11 5 91* -
Haryana 10 5 90 -
Jammu and Kashmir 6 4 89 36
Uttarakhand 5 3 70 -
HP 4 3 68 -
Arunachal Pradesh 2 1 60 -
Goa 2 1 40 -
Manipur 2 1 60 -
Meghalaya 2 1 60 -
Tripura 2 1 60 -
Mizoram 1 1 40 -
Nagaland 1 1 60 -
Sikkim 1 1 32 -

Union Territory

Delhi 7 3 70 -
Puducherry 1 1 30 -
Andaman & Nicobar 1 - - -
Chandigarh 1 - - -
Dadra and Nagar Haveli 1 - - -
Daman and Diu 1 - - -
Lakshadweep 1 - - -
Designated 2 12 - -
Total 545 245 - -

These states have 1 MLA from the Anglo-Indian community nominated by the Governor.

Constitutional Provisions: Article 80:

  • Maximum number of members of Rajya Sabha fixed at 250.
  • Out of 250, 12 members nominated by the President and 238 representatives of the States and Union Territories.
  • To be nominated by the President shall be persons having special knowledge or practical experience in literature, science, art and social service.

Article 81:

  • The maximum number of members of Lok Sabha fixed at 552.
  • Out of 552, 530 will be representatives of the states.
  • Not more than 20 members shall be representatives of the Union Territories.

Article 331:

  • Not more than 2 members of the Anglo-Indian community nominated by the President to the Lok Sabha if in his opinion the community is not adequately represented.

Article 170:

  • The Legislative Assembly of each State shall consist of not more than 500 and not less than 60 members.

Article 171:

  • The number of members of the Legislative Council shall not exceed one-third of the total number of members of the Legislative Assembly of that State.
  • The number of members of the Legislative Council of any state shall not be less than 40.

Article 333:

  • 1 A member of the Anglo-Indian community to be nominated by the Governor to the Legislative Assembly if in his opinion the representation of the community is not sufficient.

Fourth Schedule:

  • The allocation of seats in the Rajya Sabha to the States and Union Territories is given in the Fourth Schedule.

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