How much Indian ministers Worth…!

When most of our Politicians contest election, they hardly have few thousands in their hand sorry account, Even some sell their Property to contest Election and pay all expensus. but as soon as they win, they hit the jackpot.

Here is small list of some our Ministers assets, some say source of money is from “Small time job” and you know better where this money came from.

Uttar pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati owns movable and immovable assets worth over Rs 87 crore, most of it in the form of
properties in posh areas of New Delhi and Lucknow But Leader of Opposition in Uttar Pradesh Assembly and senior Samajwadi Party leader Shivpal Singh Yadav alleged on Wednesday that Chief Minister Mayawati has amassed wealth worth Rs 90,000 crores.

Nyimthungo of Nagaland who reported total assets of Rs 9,005 crore

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) alleged that former prime minister H.D. Deve Gowda’s family has amassed known assets of Rs.1,500 crore through corrupt means.

Y S Rajashekhara Reddy said he has assets worth Rs 390.70 crore, while his wife owns movable and immovable property worth Rs 55 crore.

President Pratibha Patil on Monday made public her movable and immovable properties worth over Rs 2.49 crore on the request of Central Information Commissioner as she completed four years in office.

YSR Congress Party chief Y S Jaganmohan Reddy before contesting the by-poll from Kadapa constituency in Andhra Pradesh in April, 2011 declared that he and his spouse have assets worth Rs 445.70 crore and loans to the tune of Rs 10.12 crore

Karunanidhi owns assets worth Rs 22 crore but he has million Dollor worth assets in Far east.

Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar, on the other hand, declared total Movable assets worth about Rs. 7 crore, including that of his spouse. Immovable assets worth about Rs. 3.6 crore. Deposits in companies worth Rs. 46.5 lakh. Wife has deposits in several companies worth a total of about Rs. 1.05 crore.,Interestingly, his daughter Supriya Sule, who now represents the Baramati constituency in the Lok Sabha, owns net property worth Rs 50 crores.

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa declared her total property worth Rs 51 crore before the assembly elections in 2011

Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa, who faces several corruption charges, in May, 2011 declared that he has only Rs 34 lakh, but he cleverely bought many plots in his relatives names worth millions, courtesy Reddy brothers and mining Scam.

T. Subbarami Reddy,Indian National Congress Rajya Sabha, Andhra Pradesh Total Assets: Rs 239.6 cr

Anand Singh,BJP MLA, Vijayanagara, Karnataka Total Assets: Rs 239 cr

Jaya Bachchan,Samajwadi Party Rajya Sabha, Uttar Pradesh Total Assets: Rs 214.3 cr

Rahul Bajaj,Independent Rajya Sabha, Maharashtra Total Assets: Rs 190.6 cr

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Anil H. Lad,Indian National Congress Rajya Sabha, Karnataka Total Assets: Rs 175 cr

SHOBHA KARANDLAJE own a Estate worth 167 Crore and other unaccountable properties and assets.

M. Krishnappa, Indian National Congress MLA, Vijay Nagar, Karnataka Total Assets: Rs 136 cr

Congress MP from Kurukshetra in Haryana, businessman-turned-politician Naveen Jindal owns property worth a whopping Rs 131 crore

Congress MP from Vijayawada in Andra Pradesh, Lagdapati Rajagopal declared that he owns total property worth Rs 122 crore

MAM Ramaswamy,Janata Dal (Secular) Rajya Sabha, Karnataka Total Assets Rs 107.7 cr

Anil V. Salgaocar, Independent MLA, Sanvordem, Goa Total Assets: Rs 91.4 cr

Union minister and NCP MP Praful Patel declared his total assets worth Rs 89 crore.

N.A. Haris, Indian National Congress MLA, Shanti Nagar, Karnataka Total Assets: Rs 85.3 cr

Mahendra Mohan, Samajwadi Party, Rajya Sabha, Uttar Pradesh, Total Assets: Rs 85 cr

DMDK leader Vijaykant has assets worth Rs 47 crore

Union Minister for Human Resources and Development and Telecom Kapil Sibal declared net property worth Rs 31 crore

Rabri Devi had assets worth Rs 24 crore

Kapil Sibal: Immovable assets worth about Rs. 16.25 crore, bank deposits worth about Rs. 65 lakh, investments in shares about Rs. 40 lakh, jewellery worth Rs. 20 lakh. Others assets worth about Rs. 4.75 crore. Has five cars including the electric Reva.

Maneka Gandhi has moveable and immoveable assets worth over Rs 15 crore

Union Home Minister P Chidambaram owns assets worth over Rs 10 crore and his wife has properties and deposits of about Rs 11.40 crore [ This is what he declared at the time of Election “Total assets worth Rs. 1.04 crore, including shares in three companies. Other assets worth about Rs. 35 lakh, including two cars, airconditioner, computer, treadmill, a bicycle, cordless phone and inverter and battery.”]

Murli Deora: House worth Rs. 62 lakh, plot of land worth Rs. 93 lakh, proprietorship of ‘Deora Brothers’. Movable assets worth Rs. 4.64 crore, wife has another Rs. 9.01 crore. Wife has proprietorship of ‘La Masion’. She has controlling stake in two more companies — Accumen Properties and Staywell Properties.

Kamal Nath: Business interest in 23 companies, including Span Motels Pvt Ltd, Span Air Pvt Ltd, Span Agro Properties, Span Plantations, Span Beach Resorts and EMC Alloys. Land worth Rs. 2.67 crore in Sultanpur, Delhi, cash and bank balance Rs. 1.41 crore. Wife has properties worth Rs. 2.3 crore. Two sons and a daughter-in-law have shares in more than 20 companies.

Salman Khursheed: Five plots of land in his and his family’s name worth a total of Rs. 2.35 crore. Flat worth Rs. 50 lakh in Delhi. Wife has two flats in Goa, total worth Rs. 8.25 lakh. Cash in the family’s name worth Rs. 2.25 crore.

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Manmohan Singh: Fixed deposits, all in State Bank of India, amounting to Rs. 2.7 crore. House in Chandigarh, estimated to be worth Rs. 90 lakh. Flat in Vasant Kunj, Delhi, worth Rs. 88 lakh.

Rahul Gandhi declares assets worth Rs 2.25 crores

Congress president Sonia Gandhis has assets worth around Rs.1.34 crore

Pranab Mukherjee: Net assets worth Rs. 1.1 crore, including two flats and a plot of land.

Dayanidhi Maran: Savings worth Rs. 46 lakh, term deposits worth Rs. 1 crore, shareholdings in RIL, Reliance Communications, RNRL and DK Enterprises. Wife has jewellery worth Rs. 52.15 lakh, savings of Rs. 8.5 lakh. She has shares in five companies including RIL.

A K Antony: Savings of less than a lakh. House and plot of land worth Rs. 15 lakh each in the name of wife. Has a second-hand Wagon R car, purchased after taking a loan of Rs. 1.36 lakh.

S M Krishna: Immovable property worth Rs. 2.34 lakh, movable assets worth Rs. 4.81 lakh, investments worth Rs. 3 lakh, and savings worth Rs. 12 lakh. Wife’s assets total Rs. 21 lakh.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in 2009 declared her total assets worth only Rs 4.73 lakhs

Not only Indian Politician but other Government officers also accumulated huge sum of unaccountable money here is a sample glimpse.

Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Raka Ghira was arrested on charges of corruption. She was posted in Mohali, adjoining Chandigarh. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Sunday evening stumbled upon over Rs.1 crore in cash, fixed deposit receipts worth several lakhs of rupees and scores of unused bullets from the bungalow of a serving woman Punjab Police officer and arrested her here.

Above Politician declared their assets at the time of election was just a tip of the iceberg, some have 10 to 100 times more than what they declared. most of their money deposited in Swiss Banks and Caribbean Safe heavens.

Latest Update ….

The government on Saturday released a list of assets owned by Union ministers. Urban development minister Kamal Nath and his family top the charts with a net worth of over Rs 263 crore. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s holdings are a little over Rs 5 crore.

At the bottom of the pile is the low-profile defence minister, A K Antony, who claims he has a paltry Rs 1.8 lakh in bank deposits.

Compare this with their disclosures when they were contesting the 2009 general elections. While the annexure to Nath’s affidavit was not available on the Election Commission website, Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) put the value of his movable and immovable assets at Rs 15 crore.

In his disclosures on the PMO website, Nath says individually he possesses assets to the tune of Rs 6 crore. His wife, sons, daughter-in-law and their companies together are worth over Rs 260 crore.

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Others such as heavy industry minister Praful Patel have seen a more modest rise of 25% – from around Rs 30 crore in 2009 to Rs 40 crore now.

Then, there are the likes of agriculture minister Sharad Pawar, whose asset value (including his wife’s and Hindu Undivided Family) have climbed around 43% to about Rs 12.5 crore from Rs 8.7 crore in 2009.

Several ministers, including the PM and finance minister Pranab Mukherjee, have not disclosed the holdings of their wives. Mukherjee’s assets have shrunk 20 times from Rs 2.46 crore in 2009 (according to ADR) to Rs 12.56 lakh now.

The declarations are being made at a politically significant time when the government is facing public anger following endless charges of corruption. Yet, the data tried to conceal more than they revealed.

Cautious ministers gave the purchase price of their property, not their current valuation and also played down the worth of their vehicles. A few avoided publishing the value of their property.

For instance, Patel has put the value of his share in two plots of land in central Mumbai’s Worli at Rs 6 lakh, when it is tough to find even a shack at that price in the Maximum City. There are only a handful, such as the PM and finance minister Mukherjee, who have disclosed the market value of their properties. But if Singh were to put his Vasant Kunj apartment, worth Rs 88.77 lakh according to him, on sale there would be a long queue of buyers waiting to strike a bargain.

Many ministers shared their possessions with their spouses and it brought down their net personal worth. For example, in one or two cases, the more expensive car was owned by the wife and not the minister-husband.

Chemicals and fertilizer minister MK Alagiri has a liking for realty. Between him and his wife, they have disclosed the ownership of 24 properties – bulk of it land around Madurai, his constituency. The 13 properties in the minister’s name are worth Rs 4.20 crore. His wife’s holdings, the declaration says, was of the order of Rs 12.58 crore.

HRD and communications minister Kapil Sibal – who is worth over Rs 30 crore – too seems to have a liking for real estate. His holdings are valued around Rs 22 crore. In fact, the former lawyer’s property interests span from Hubli and Secunderbad in the south to Patna in the east.

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