Agatha K Sangma was first elected to the 14th Lok Sabha in a by-election in May 2008, after her father P.A. Sangma resigned from the seat to join state politics. Later she was re elected to 15th Lok Sabha. She was Minister of State for Rural Development in Dr. Manmohan Singh’s Cabinet. She tendered her resignation on 28th Oct, 2012. This data about her performance in Loksabha is for the 15th Lok Sabha. The Data is from PRS India.
National Average 76%
No. of Debates Participated In As a Member of Parliament
National Average 9.1
No. of Questions Asked
National Average 85
Private Member’s Bills
National Average 0.2
Attendance details of Agatha K. Sangma (49% Attendance)
To recap, Ms. Sangma’s attendance, questions asked, private member bills placed was much below the National average. Maybe her participation in debates and questions asked could be excused because of her Ministership but her attendance was below par.