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Reviewing the Performance of the Government of Karnataka

To understand people's perceptions about the functioning of their representatives in the legislature, DAKSH, a civil society organisation in Karnataka, conducted a survey in October and November 2009 across 218 legislative assembly constituencies. The results from the survey reflect a stark gap between people's expectations and their perceptions of the performances of the representatives. A summary of the report.

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Reviewing the Performance of process instituted by Parliament for r ecording and disseminating such information.
the Government of Karnataka As per the attendance records of the MLAs, 12 have a 100% attendance record,
  132 have a record of more than 75%, 32
  have a record between 50% and 75% and
Harish Narasappa, A R Vasavi nine have a record of less than 50%. There

To understand people’s perceptions about the functioning of their representatives in the legislature, DAKSH, a civil society organisation in Karnataka, conducted a survey in October and November 2009 across 218 legislative assembly constituencies. The results from the survey reflect a stark gap between people’s expectations and their perceptions of the performances of the representatives. A summary of the report.

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