Delhi Assembly polls: Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal has assets worth Rs 93 lakh
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Aam Aadmi Party convener Arvind Kejriwal has declared assets worth Rs 93 lakh and liablity of Rs 23,550 of unpaid electricity bills.
Kejriwal, who filed his nominations on Saturday from New Delhi assembly constituency, has declared in his affidavit along with the nomination papers, that he has moveable assets which includes cash-in-hand and bank deposits worth Rs 1.6 lakh.
He has immovabale properties, land in Indirapuram in Uttar Pradesh's Ghaziabad district and ancestral agricultural land at Shivani village in Haryana's Karnal district.
Kejriwal's income in 2012-13 was just Rs 2.05 lakh while his wife Sunita's was Rs 9.8 lakh. She owns a flat in Gurgaon worth Rs One crore and she has moveable property of Rs 16.8 lakh.
She has a house loan liability of Rs 30 lakh and loan from relatives Rs 11 lakh.
Kejriwal's colleague Manish Sisodia, who is contesting from Patparganj assembly Constituency, has Rs 16 lakh worth of property.
He owns a flat in Ghaziabad's Vasundhara worth Rs 12 lakh and has moveable property (cash and bank deposit) worth Rs 3.8 lakh. His income was Rs 5.2 lakh only for the year 2012-13.
Sisodia's wife owns a flat in Delhi's Pandav Nagar locality, which is worth Rs 20 lakh and has movebale property worth 5.17 lakh.
Both Kejriwal and Sisodia have liablities of due electricity bills, while Sisodia's wife has liablities of due electricity bills of Rs 13,700 and water bill of Rs 5,854.
Kejriwal has a due electricity bill of Rs 23,550 while Sisodia has Rs 17,000 due in this head.
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