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40 pc sitting MPs have criminal cases, 25 pc serious criminal cases: ADR

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 12 September 2023
A recent analysis by the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) and National Election Watch (NEW) reveals that 40% of sitting MPs in India have criminal cases registered against them, with 25% facing serious charges such as murder, kidnapping, and crimes against women.
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