Vikhroli MLA Mangesh Eknath Sangle

Sangle was recently adjudged the top-performing MLA in Mumbai in a survey

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Geetanjali Minhas | August 11, 2011




Mangesh Eknath Sangle of Maharshtra Navnirman Sena elected to Ward  No.156 of Vikhroli  constituency on 22 October 2009 from Mumbai Suburbs has been ranked top performing MLA in a report by Praja Foundation , an NGO working for transparency and accountability in governance systems.

Born:  April 28, 1974

Profession:  Construction

Weightage allotted to parameters - Present and past (in percent) --   60/100
                                                         Impression orperception (in percent) --   40/100

Sangle’s Total score  is :  75/100

Past parameters

1.Education Qualification- Graduation

Marks

1/1

          Rank          

 

2.Income Tax Records

2 / 2

 

3.Criminal Record(including negative parameters)

        5/5

1

       No fir was registered as per affidavit;

 

 

       No fir was registered after 2009 election and

 

 

       No charge sheets pending as on March 2011

 

 

 

Present parameters -

      Marks

 Rank

1. Sessions Attended:                                              45/ 47

       10/10

   1

2. No of Questions Asked:                                       577

        14/16

    4

3. Importance of Questions Asked :

       11/21

  9

Classification of Questions Based on Issues

City based

State based

Nation based

Social Infrastructure

(Civic,Community Welfare,Crime

Education,Health&Social Concern)

 183

159

         1

Physical Infrastructure

(Energy,Forest&Transport)

    7

  34

 

Economical Infrastructure

(Financial Institutions and Industries)

    6

36

 

Governance/Policy making

(Revenue,Corruption&Scams,Schemes/Policies)

   20

80

 

Agriculture/Food Infrastructure

(Agriculture,Animal Husbandry and Irrigation)

   6

44

 

Other(Other related issues)

 1

 

 

Total questions

223

353

         1

4.Total Local Area Development Funds utilized during Dec 2009 to March 2010-Rs 2.13 crore;    Marks:5/5

Perception/Impression Parameters

Marks

Rank

5.Perception of Public Services

14/10

             6

6. Awareness and Accessability

      4/6

7

7. Corruption Index

      5/10

28

8. Broad Measures

       3/4

 

Accepting that the honor of top performing MLA has put added responsibility on his shoulders, Sangle when contacted said, "In future, I want to carry on working for better future specially I want to keep reminding the government to provide for infrastructure development for the common man.”   

 

 

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