Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) PM nominee Narendra Modi, who is contesting from Vadodara Lok Sabha seat in Gujarat, has declared his total assets at Rs 1.51 crore and he does not own any vehicle.
As per his affidavit filed along with the nomination papers yesterday, Narendra Modi declared his movable assets at Rs 51,57,582 which include cash in banks and fixed deposits, cash in hand at Rs 29,700 and valuation of four rings at Rs 1.35 lakh.
Narendra Modi doesn’t own any vehicle and has not bought any jewellery in the last two years.
Narendra Modi owns a residential house in Gandhinagar, worth around Rs 1 crore and does not own any other property or land besides this house, the declaration says.
The affidavit gives Narendra Modi’s income as per the I-T return he had filed for financial year 2012-13 at Rs 4,54,094, while as per the declaration he had filed ahead of 2012 Assembly polls, Narendra Modi’s income stood at Rs 1,50,630 for financial year 2011-12.
The total assets declared by Narendra Modi in 2012 stood at Rs 1.33 crore and he had cash of Rs 4,700 in hand then. Narendra Modi’s movable assets as per his 2012 affidavit stood at R33,42,842.
As per the 2014 declaration, Narendra Modi added more than Rs 18 lakh in his financial investments, such as cash in bank, fixed deposits and saving schemes, in the last two years.