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Assessing Haji Fazlur Rahman’s performance as Saharanpur’s MP

A ground-level survey of the Saharanpur Parliamentary constituency was conducted by India News to analyse the performance of Haji Fazlur Rahman, the Member of Parliament from Saharanpur, and gather voters’ feedback about him. Haji Fazlur Rahman, an Indian politician, secured a seat in the Lok Sabha, the lower house of India’s Parliament, representing Saharanpur, Uttar […]

A ground-level survey of the Saharanpur Parliamentary constituency was conducted by India News to analyse the performance of Haji Fazlur Rahman, the Member of Parliament from Saharanpur, and gather voters’ feedback about him.

Haji Fazlur Rahman, an Indian politician, secured a seat in the Lok Sabha, the lower house of India’s Parliament, representing Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh, in the 2019 general elections as a member of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP).

The electoral history of Saharanpur reflects a shifting political landscape. From its inception in 1952 until 1977, the Congress held sway over this seat. Following the Emergency in 1977, the Janata Dal or Janata Party took charge until 1996, marking a significant change.

Presently, Saharanpur hosts approximately 18 lakh voters, witnessing a unique voting pattern. Despite ongoing development discussions, elections here often reveal divisions along religious lines, showcasing the diverse voter base.

The MP’s parliamentary performance, rated at 0.65 out of 1, showcases commendable attendance at 59%, active engagement with 56% questions raised, and efficient utilization of MP funds at 85%. A special contribution score of 60% adds to this, resulting in an overall score of 65%, indicating a strong performance in key areas.

The report card is based on a total of 10 points. Parliamentary performance, ground presence, and social media each contribute 1 point (evaluated at 10%), while the India News Survey, with a substantial 70% weightage, contributes 7 points, reflecting public opinion depth.

The MP’s performance across different domains is assessed: 0.65/1 for parliamentary engagement, 0.20/1 for ground performance, and 0.15/1 for social media presence. The India News Survey contributes 3.57/7, indicating moderate public sentiment. Overall, the report card shows a score of 4.57/10, suggesting a satisfactory yet improvable performance.

In conclusion, the detailed assessment of MP Haji Fazlur Rahman’s performance across parliamentary, ground-level, and social media aspects, along with public surveys, reflects a disappointing overall score of 4.57 out of 10, resulting in a “FAIL” designation, signifying a mere 46% satisfaction rate among Saharanpur’s constituents.

Despite varied interactions with diverse segments of society, the outcome remains unfavorable. As elections approach, the ever-shifting dynamics and considerations will undoubtedly impact the electorate’s decision-making in 2024, making predictions challenging at this juncture.

Are you satisfied with the work done by your Member of Parliament and would you like to re-elect them?
Yes 51.56%
No 44.30%
Can’t say 4.14%
Should your MP be more active for the development of the area?
Yes 94.99%
No 3.62%
Can’t say 1.39%
In the 2024 general elections, which party do you want to vote for?
N.D.A 51.68%
I.N.D.I.A 8.13%
Other party 20.52%
NOTA 2.50%
Can’t say 17.17%
On what basis will you vote in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections?
Performance of the Modi government 48.68%
Unemployment and inflation 39.42%
Caste 0.77%
None of these 5.25%
Can’t say 5.88%
Have you benefited from the schemes of the central government?
Yes 47.56%
No 52.44%
Can’t say 0.00%
Which scheme has benefited you?
Free rations 24.03%
Jan Dhan Yojana 0.75%
Home and toilet construction 3.27%
Ayushman Bharat 4.00%
Ujjwala Yojana 2.12%
Other schemes 4.13%
All of these 9.26%
None 50.44%

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