What are the chances of a rich candidate winning elections?

New Delhi, May 27: Out of the 539 Winners analysed, 475 (88 per cent) are crorepatis. Out of 542 Winners analysed during Lok Sabha 2014 elections, 443 (82 per cent) Winners were crorepatis. Out of 543 Winners analysed during Lok Sabha 2009 elections, 315(58 per cent) Winners were crorepatis according to a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms.

Average assets:

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

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An independent and the Badals top the rich candidate list in the 7th phase of LS polls

rameshkumarsharma-badalNew Delhi, May 14: Ramesh Kumar Sharma, an independent contesting the 7th phase of the Lok Sabha elections 2019 from Pataliputra is the richest with assets to the tune of Rs 11,07,58,33,190.

His movable assets are valued at Rs 7,08,33,190, while the immovable assets are worth Rs 11,00,50,00,000 says a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms.