Andheri (W) MLA Ashok Bhau Jadhav's report card


Geetanjali Minhas | October 20, 2011

Ashok Bhau Jadhav  of Indian National congress  was reelected to Maharashtra Legislative Assembly in October, 2009. Jadhav is ranked no  thirteen  in Praja Foundation MLA performance report. The NGO is working for transparency and accountability in governance systems. Jadhav represents ward 165 in Andheri W area of Mumbai Suburbs  

Born:  24th May 1955

Profession: Businessman

Weight age allotted to parameters - Present and past         60/100

                                                     Impression/Perception   40/100

Jadhav’s Total score is:                                                                    62/100

Past parameters

1.Education Qualification- SSC







2.Income Tax Records





3.Criminal Record(including negative parameters)



       One FIR’s registered as per affidavit;



       No FIR was registered after 2009 elections; and



       One charge sheet pending as on March 2011





Present parameters -





1. Sessions Attended:                                              45/47



2. No of Questions Asked:                                       160



3. Importance of Questions Asked :










Classification of Questions Based on Issues

City based

State based

Nation based

Social Infrastructure(Civic,Community Welfare,Crime

Education Health &Social Cultural Concern)






Physical Infrastructure(Energy,Forest&Transport)





Economical Infrastructure(Financial Institutions and Industries)




Governance/Policy making(Revenue,Corruption & Scams, Schemes/Policies)




Agriculture/Food Infrastructure(Agriculture,Animal Husbandry and Irrigation)





Other(Other related issues)





Total questions









4. Total Local Area Development Funds utilized during Dec 2009 to March 2011 -Rs 2.48 crore (Marks: 5/5)                                                                                                     









Perception/Impression Parameters





5.Perception of Public Services





6. Awareness and Accessibility



7. Corruption Index



8. Broad Measures








“I do not want to comment as I do not know who these people are and on what basis they have rated me. Do they know me and the work I have done” said  Jadhav when contacted



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