A ground-level survey of the Hathras Parliamentary constituency was conducted by India News to analyse the performance of Rajveer Singh Diler, the Member of Parliament from Hathras, and gather voters’ feedback about him.
Rajveer Singh Diler, an Indian politician, secured a seat in the Lok Sabha, the lower house of India’s Parliament, representing Hathras, Uttar Pradesh, in the 2019 general elections as a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
The Braj region holds cultural and historical significance for Hathras. Hathras is also referred to as the ‹Gateway to Braj›. Before Independence, it was ruled by Jat kings. Since 1991, the Bharatiya Janata Party has held influence in this district thanks to Kaka Hathrasi.
Hathras has around 18 lakh voters in the Lok Sabha. Among the important Lok Sabha seats in western Uttar Pradesh, Hathras is influenced by Muslim-Jat voters. This is why BJP-RLD continuously secures victories here, but BSP›s vote bank is also influential.
In a recent evaluation of parliamentary performance metrics, Hathras Member of Parliament Rajveer Singh Diler secured a score of 56%. The comprehensive assessment, based on various parameters such as attendance in Parliament, participation in sessions, effective utilization of MP funds, and special contributions, delineated the MP›s performance.
Breaking down the assessment, Diler showcased a commendable attendance record of 94% in parliamentary sessions. However, the number of questions raised during sessions stood at 20%, indicating a scope for increased participation. Impressively, Diler›s utilization of MP funds garnered a high score of 93%, signifying efficient allocation. His special contributions were also acknowledged, earning a rating of 20%.
The cumulative score of 56% reflects an above-average performance by Rajveer Singh Diler, securing a rating of 0.56 out of 1 in parliamentary evaluation.
In a comprehensive survey conducted by India News, the Hathras Lok Sabha›s Member of Parliament underwent scrutiny across multiple facets. The analysis, structured with percentages reflecting public sentiment, showcased a disheartening overall performance. Ground performance, constituting 10% of the assessment, garnered a mere 21%, while social media portrayal received a paltry 22%.
Even with a slightly higher score in parliamentary activities at 56%, the aggregate result of 3.93 out of 10 culminated in a disheartening ‹Fail› status at 39%. However, interestingly, public opinion didn›t lean decisively towards either approval or disapproval, hinting at a lack of substantial impact or outright disapproval from the residents surveyed in the Hathras Lok Sabha seat.
Even with a slightly higher score in parliamentary activities at 56%, the aggregate result of 3.93 out of 10 culminated in a disheartening ‘Fail’ status at 39%. However, interestingly, public opinion didn’t lean decisively towards either approval or disapproval, hinting at a lack of substantial impact or outright disapproval from the residents surveyed in the Hathras Lok Sabha seat.