Members of Legislative Assembly, more commonly known as MLAs are those members who are elected by the electoral district voters. In India, every state has its own legislature that consists of a Governor and one House or in some cases even two houses.
The Vidhan Sabha also known as Legislative Assembly of a state consists of more than 60 and less than 500 members. One MLA member is elected from each constituency on the basis of Adult Franchise system. One member from the Anglo Indian community is however, nominated by the governor to the assembly.
In the year 1956, the Delhi Legislative Assembly was abolished and then again it was re-established in the year 1993. The MLAs or the members of the Legislative assembly are directly elected from the NCT territorial constituencies.