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Who can contest to be a MLA?

An Indian Citizen not less than twenty five years of age (as on date of scrutiny of nomination) can contest the elections for state assemblies.

Further the candidate must be an elector (registered voter) anywhere in the country.

If the consitutency is a reserved constituency then the candidate must be a member of identified castes . . . → Read More: Who can contest to be a MLA?