MLA Pravin Darekar of Ward 154 Mumbai Suburbs

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Geetanjali Minhas | January 6, 2012




Pravin Yashwant Darekar of Maharshtra Navnirman Sena was elected to Maharashtra Legislative Assembly in October 2009. Darekar represents Ward 154 of Magathane area of Mumbai Suburbs. Darekar has been ranked 19 in Praja Foundation's MLA performance report. He also has a popular moniker - “Mr Committed.”

Born:  October 13, 1968
Profession: Businessman (Developer)

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

Darekar’s total score: 59/100

Past parameters

Education Qualification- B.Com

Marks

1/1

 

          Rank          

 

 

 

Income Tax Records

2/2

 

Criminal Record(including negative parameters)

     (–)10/5

32

   Ten FIR’s  registered as per affidavit

 

 

   One FIR was registered after 2009 elections

 

 

   Eleven charge sheets pending as on March 2011

 

 

Present parameters 

      Marks

 Rank

Sessions attended: 42/47

        8/10

   19

No. of questions asked: 557

        14/16

     5

Importance of Questions Asked :

       12/21

  6

Classification of Questions Based on Issues

City

State

Nation

Social Infrastructure(Civic,

Community, Welfare, Crime Education Health and

Social Cultural Concerns)

156
164
1

Physical Infrastructure

(Energy,Forest&Transport)

5
34

 

Economical Infrastructure

(Financial Institutions and Industries)

12
29

 

Governance/Policy making(Revenue,

Corruption & Scams,

Schemes/Policies)

18
74

 

Agriculture/Food Infrastructure

(Agriculture,Animal Husbandry and Irrigation)

9
51

 

Others
2
2

 

Total
202
354

       1

Gross local area development funds utilised during Dec 2009 to March 2011- Rs 1.90 crore , Marks: 5/5     

Perception/Impression Parameters

Marks

Rank

Perception of Public Services

14/20

              10

Awareness and Accessibility

       4/6

  13

Corruption Index

       7/10

10

Broad Measures

       3/4

 

Despite repeated calls, Darekar was unavailable for comments.     


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