Arunachal: All ministers are crorepatis, but not one has pending criminal case

arunachalassemblyNew Delhi, June 20: Not one minister in the Arunachal Pradesh government has a pending criminal case. In 2014, there was one minister with serious criminal charges against himself says a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms.

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Valued at Rs 6,60,19,46,757 Kamal Nath’s son Nakul is richest MP

nakulnathNew Delhi, May 26: Valued at Rs 6,60,19,46,757, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister’s son, Nakul Nath is the richest MP in the 17th Lok Sabha.
Nakul Nath, who won the elections from Chhindwara in Madhya Pradesh has declared moveable assets worth Rs 6,18,41,72,757. His immovable assets are valued at Rs 41,77,74,000 says a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms.

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Trespass to criminal intimidation, this Congress MP from Kerala has 204 pending criminal cases

dean-kuriakoseNew Delhi, May 25: Dean Kuriakose, the Congress MP from Idukki constituency has declared 204 criminal cases against himself. These include cases including cases related to committing culpable homicide, house trespass, robbery, criminal intimidation etc says a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms.

Out of the 539 Winners analysed in Lok Sabha 2019, 233 (43%) winners have declared criminal cases against themselves. Out of 542 Winners analysed during Lok Sabha elections in 2014, 185(34%) winners had declared criminal cases against themselves.

Kudos! Not a single MLA with criminal background in Sikkim assembly

Sikkim-AssemblyNew Delhi, May 25: There is not a single candidate with a criminal background in the newly elected Sikkim assembly. None of the winners have any declared criminal cases against themselves.

Out of 15 MLAs from SDF and 11(65%) MLAs from Sikkim Krantikari Morcha has declared assets valued more than Rs 1 crore says a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms.

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Dramatic increase in number of MPs with pending criminal cases

criminacases-chartNew Delhi, May 27: Out of the 539 Winners analysed in Lok Sabha 2019, 233 (43 per cent) winners have declared criminal cases against themselves.

Out of 542 Winners analysed during Lok Sabha elections in 2014, 185(34 per cent) winners had declared criminal cases against themselves says a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms.

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There are 475 crorepatis in the new Lok Sabha

loksabhaNew Delhi, May 25: Out of the 539 Winners analysed, 475 (88%) are crorepatis. Out of 542 Winners analysed during Lok Sabha 2014 elections, 443 (82%) Winners were crorepatis. Out of 543 Winners analysed during Lok Sabha 2009 elections, 315(58%) Winners were crorepatis says a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms.

Out of 301 Winners from BJP, 43 (84%) out of 51 Winners from INC, 22 (96%) out of 23 Winners from DMK, 20(91%) out of 22 Winners fielded by AITC, 19(86%) out of 22 Winners fielded by YSRCP, and 18(100%) Winners from SHS have declared assets worth more than Rs. 1 crore.

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Among regional parties, BJD led with the highest amount of donations

New Delhi, May 22: The total amount of donations declared by Regional Parties, including both above and below Rs 20,000, was Rs 54.81 cr, from 2,824 donations.

With regard to the total amount of donations, BJD leads with Rs 13.04 cr from 6 donations followed by JD(U), which has declared receiving Rs 11.19 cr from 27 donations. YSR-C declared receiving Rs 8.35 cr that is the third highest amongst all regional parties says a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms.

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Reddy, Scindia, Suresh: 3 Congress leaders who recorded highest asset rise in 5 years

New Delhi, May 16: Konda Vishweshwar Reddy of INC from Chevella constituency has declared a maximum increase in assets with an increase of Rs 366.39 Crores i.e from Rs 528.62 Crores in 2014 to Rs. 895.01 Crores in 2019. Assets of D K Suresh of INC from Bangalore Rural constituency have risen by Rs 253.02 Crores, from Rs 85.87 Crores in 2014 to Rs 338.89 Crores in 2019 says a report prepared by the Association for Democratic Reforms.

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Did you know, 41.34 per cent voters say cash, liquor, gifts are important factors for polling?

img_0019-2New Delhi, May 14: The top priority of the voter is jobs followed by better health care. The next on the list of priorities is drinking water.

As per All India Survey 2018, conducted by the Association for Democratic Reforms Better Employment Opportunities (46.80 per cent), Better Health Care (34.60 per cent) and Drinking Water (30.50 per cent) are the top three voters’ priorities at the all India level, followed by Better Roads (28.34 per cent) and Better Public Transport (27.35 per cent) at the fourth and the fifth place, respectively.

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From Rs 33 crore in 2014, Jyotiraditya Scindia’s assets grew to Rs 374 crore in 2019

jyotiraditya-scindiaNew Delhi, May 14: The average assets of these 335 re-contesting MPs fielded by various parties including independents in 2014 was Rs 16.79 Crores. Assets of Jyotiraditya M. Scindia of INC from Guna constituency has increased by Rs 341.47 Crores, from Rs 33.08 Crores in 2014 to Rs 374.56 Crores in 2019.

The average asset of these 335 re-contesting MPs in 2019 is Rs 23.65 Crores.