A shock to the Samajwadi Party before the Rajya Sabha elections! 7 MLAs did not attend the meeting – India TV Hindi

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Lucknow: Ahead of the Rajya Sabha elections, the Samajwadi Party may face a big shock. 7 Samajwadi Party MLAs did not attend the pre-poll meeting. The party is busy contacting these MLAs, some of whom said they would arrive late.

Who didn’t come to the meeting?

  1. Rakesh Pandey
  2. Abhay Singh
  3. Rakesh Pratap Singh
  4. Manoj Pandey
  5. Vinod Chaturvedi
  6. Maharaj Prajapati
  7. Pooja Pal

How is voting done in Rajya Sabha elections?

MLAs vote in Rajya Sabha elections and the voting formula for Rajya Sabha elections is also quite different. The total assembly seats are divided by adding one to the vacant Rajya Sabha seats of a state and then adding one to that.

In voting for the Rajya Sabha, all MLAs vote and their votes are counted only once. So they cannot vote in every seat. In such a case, the MLA has to vote on the basis of preference during the elections. They have to write down on paper who is their first choice and who is their second choice, then whoever gets more votes for the first choice will be considered the winner.

The Rajya Sabha is chaired by the Vice President of India and the members of this House are elected for six years, but one-third of the members’ terms expire every two years. That is, one-third of the members of the Rajya Sabha change every two years. It is completely different from the Lok Sabha elections.

The term of the members of the Rajya Sabha is six years. Members of the Rajya Sabha are not elected by the people, they are elected by the MLAs elected by the people. At present the number of members in the Rajya Sabha is 245.

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