Difine MLA, MP, MLC
In India, the term Member of Parliament refers to the Sansad or the Indian Parliament chambers of the Lok Sabha or the Rajya Sabha. MPs to the Lok Sabha are elected popularly by constituencies in the Indian states and union territories, while MPs to the Rajya Sabha are elected by State legislatures. Central government is formed by the party having the most number of MPs in the Lok Sabha. Each state is allocated a fixed number of elected MPs. The Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, represents the maximum number of MPs in the Lok Sabha.
The Vidhan Parishad also known as Legislative Council forms a part of the state legislatures of India. In 6 of India's 28 states (Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Karnataka, Maharashtra ...more
MLC - Money Laundering Constantly, offcourse it politically means Member of Legislative Assembly, elected person of a provice in the state of India, Member of Parliament - elected or deputed member of the Upper House (Rajya sabha) or Lower House (Lok Sabha), and Member of the Legislative Council members of the upper house in the state elected by certain people in position and members of the legislative assembly.