Telangana’s richest candidate is worth Rs 314 crore, second is BSP man valued at Rs 182 cr

komatireddy-rajagopal-reddyHyderabad, Dec 4: Out of the 1,777 candidates analysed in the Telangana assembly elections, 368 have declared pending criminal cases against them.
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In Karnataka, the richest candidate is worth Rs 1,020 crore, poorest, Rs 1,000

karelec1The big focus in the report put up by the Association for Democratic Reforms was the 883 crorepati candidates who will be fighting the Karnataka assembly elections. The report analysed the affidavits of 2,560 candidates.

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In Nagaland, the CM is the richest with assets worth Rs 36.41 crore

11 out the 12 ministers in the newly elected Nagaland assembly are crorepatis. A report prepared by the Association for Democratic Reforms states that the average assets of the 12 ministers are at Rs 7.86 crore.

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UP elections: Find out who are the richest candidates here

uppollsOne thousand four hundred and fifty seven crorepatis contested the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections. The richest candidate is Nazir Ahmed of the Congress who has declared assets worth Rs 211 crore.

He is followed by the Shah Alam Urf Guddu Jamali of the bahujan Samaj Party with assets worth Rs 118 crore. Third on the list with assets worth Rs 114 crore is Satish Kumar Sharma of the Bharatiya Janata Party.

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West Bengal polls phase II: Baichung Bhutia is richest candidate

baichung_bhutia--621x414Kolkata, Apr 13: Ace footballer Baichung Bhutia contesting on a All India Trinamool Congress ticket from the Siliguri constituency is the richest candidate in phase two of the West Bengal Elections.

A report by the Association for Democratic Reforms and the West Bengal Election Watch states that in phase two of the polls there are 56 candidates who are worth over Rs 1 crore.

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Bihar elections phase 4: Richest candidate worth Rs 22 crore, lowest worth Rs 2,000

  In the fourth phase of the Bihar elections, the richest candidate is worth Rs 22 crore while the candidates with the lowest assets is worth Rs 2,000. The second richest candidates is worth Rs 22 crore while the candidates with the second lowest assets is worth Rs 6,000. An analysis conducted by the Association for Democratic Reforms states that there are 17 candidates who are worth over Rs 10 crore while 20 have assets more than Rs 5 crore. 

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