Clean governance: No minister in Uttarakhand, Manipur have pending criminal cases

New Delhi, Mar 24: The new ministers in both Uttarakhand and Manipur have no criminal cases against them. In Uttarakhand and Manipur the 15 ministers put together do not have pending criminal cases against them, according to a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms.

Out of the 9 ministers analysed, all 9 (100%) are crorepatis in Uttarakhand. The average assets of 9 ministers analysed is Rs 16.00 crores.

The minister with the highest declared total assets is Satpal Maharaj from Chaubattakhal constituency with assets worth Rs. 87.34 crores.

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Clean govt: Manipur has no minister with pending criminal case

New Delhi, Mar 22: None of the ministers in the new Manipur government have pending criminal cases against them.

Out of the 6 ministers, all 6 are crorepatis, a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms says.

The average assets of 6 ministers analysed is Rs 4.04 crores.The minister with the highest declared total assets is Konthoujam Govindas Singh from Bishenpur constituency with assets worth Rs. 8.32 crores.

The minister with the lowest declared total assets is Nongthombam Biren Singh from Heingang constituency with assets worth Rs. 1.47 crores.

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12 ministers have declared pending criminal cases in West Bengal

New Delhi, May 13: 12(28%) ministers have declared criminal cases against themselves. 7(16%) ministers have declared serious criminal cases against themselves, a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms said. 

Out of the 43 ministers analysed, 32 (74%) are crorepatis. The average assets of 43 ministers analysed is Rs 4.29 crores. 

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65 crorepatis, 79 with pending criminal cases contesting in 5th phase of Bengal polls

New Delhi, Apr 10: 79 of the 318 candidates contesting in the fifth phase of the the West Bengal Elections 2021 have declared pending criminal cases against them. 64(20%) have declared serious criminal cases against themselves, according to a report by the Association for Democratic Reform.

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Assam elections phase-3: 60 with pending criminal cases in the fray

New Delhi, Mar 26: Out of 337 candidates analysed, 60 (18%) candidates have declared criminal cases against themselves in phase 3 of the Assam assembly elections. 45(13%) have declared serious criminal cases against themselves says a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms.

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