LS elections 2019: 427 crorepati candidates in the second phase
Tuesday, April 16, 2019, 2:37 PM
In the second phase of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, 27% or 427 candidates are crorepatis with assets worth Rs.1 crore and above. 11% of the candidates have declared assets above Rs.5 crore while 41% have declared assets below Rs.10 lakh, according to an analysis by ADR. The average asset per candidate contesting in the Lok Sabha Phase II election is Rs.3.9 crore.
New Madhya Pradesh Assembly Has 187 'Crorepati' Legislators
Sunday, December 16, 2018, 2:51 PM
An analysis conducted by the Madhya Pradesh Election Watch and Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) has revealed that in the newly-elected 230-member legislative assembly, a total of 187 MLAs are multi-millionaires or 'crorepatis', while 41% of the total number have criminal cases against them. The average of assets per MLA in the Madhya Pradesh 2018 assembly elections is Rs.10.17-crore, compared to Rs.5.24-crore in 2013.
97% Of Newly Elected Karnataka Lawmakers Are Crorepatis: Report
Thursday, May 17, 2018, 7:55 AM
At least 215 of the 221 newly elected lawmakers in Karnataka a whopping 97% are crorepatis, says a report by Karnataka Election Watch and Association for Democratic Reforms, an advocacy and research group. The average assets per lawmaker in the state stands at nearly Rs.35 crores, that's Rs.11 crores more than that of legislators who were elected in the last assembly polls in 2013.