Kalina Ward 175 MLA Kripashankar Singh


Geetanjali Minhas | December 8, 2011

Kripashankar Singh of Indian National  Congress was reelected to Maharashtra Legislative Assembly in October,2009. A senior member of Congress Party since 1974, he has held various positions in the party. He represents Ward 175 of Kalina Area in Mumbai suburbs. Kripashankar has been ranked twenty third in MLA performance report by Praja Foundation. The NGO is working for transparency and accountability in governance systems.

Born: July 31, 1950

Profession: Not given 

Weight age allotted to parameters - Present and past - 60 percent/100 percent
                                                 Impression/Perception - 40 percent/100 percent

Kripashankar’s Total score is: 58/10

Past parameters






Education Qualification- HSC



Income Tax Records





Criminal Record(including negative parameters)



No  FIR’s  registered as per affidavit


No FIR was registered after 2009 elections



No charge sheets pending as on March 2011



Present parameters -



Sessions attended: 26/47                                          



No. of questions asked: 36



Importance of Questions Asked:



Classification of Questions Based on Issues



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







Total Local Area Development Funds utilized during Dec 2009 to March 2011-Rs 2.27 crore   Marks: 5/5        

Perception/Impression Parameters



Pererception of Public Services











Awareness and accesibility



Corruption Index



Broad Measures



Kripashankar Singh was not available for comment.



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