Full Form of MP:
Member of Parliament
MP Full Form is Member of Parliament. A member of parliament is a voter representative in the parliament. In many countries, there are two houses in the parliament (bicameral parliament). In such parliaments MPs generally represents the lower house, members of the upper house often have a different title like a senator. Several Parliamentary privileges and immunities are provided to the members of parliament. The basic privilege includes Freedom of speech & Freedom from Arrest. The parliamentary privilege depends on upon a country and its judiciary.
In India a Member of Parliament is any member of the Parliament also called Sansad consisting of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. The Lok Sabha members are elected by constituencies in each of the Indian states and union territories and the Rajya Sabha members are elected by the state legislatures. Each house has the set limit of a representative from every state. The seats are allocated to each state based upon the population. Thus, Uttar Pradesh has the highest number of representatives in both the houses.
The governance is formed by the political party securing more than fifty percent of the seats in the LokSabha election. If a leading vote party doesn’t have the majority of MPs then the government is formed by an alliance with other political parties. The Lok Sabha represents the lower house and the Rajya Sabha represents the upper house of the Indian Parliament.The term period of an elected member of the Rajya Sabha is 6 years whereas; the term period for LokSabha member is 5 years.