[A] An MP who is convicted of a crime and given a minimum of two yearsu2019 imprisonment.
[B] An MP who is an undischarged insolvent.
[C] An MP who has been dismissed from government service due to corruption.
[D] An MP who has been detained under the preventive detention law.
Explanation – An MP who has been detained under preventive detention law is not disqualification.
Source: The Hindu