In the third phase of elections 392 crorepatis are contesting elections tomorrow, the richest among candidates in the third phase is Ku. Devendra Singh Yadav from Samajwadi Party.
Third phase of elections for Lok Sabha will conducted tomorrow in Gujarat, Kerala, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, West Bengal, Bihar and some other states. In the third phase of elections 392 crorepatis are contesting elections.
The average worth of each candidate contesting the third phase is Rs 2.95 crore. So, this phase of elections seems interesting seems tough elections for all these crorepatis.
The average assets of candidates in the third phase of elections are Rs. 2.95 crore. The most richest candidate is Ku. Devendra Singh Yadav from Samajwadi Party.
The average assets per BJP candidates are Rs. 13.01 crore while it is Rs. 10.96 crore for Congress candidates.
As per the calculation from the information filled by contestant with the Election commission of India, out of 392 candidates 81 are from Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
A total of 1,594 candidates are contesting for the polls in the third phase of elections and 25 percent of them are crorepatis. In the third phase 84 out 97 candidates from BJP, 74 out of 90 candidates from Congress, 9 out of 10 candidates from Samajwadi Party, 10 candiates from CPI(M), 12 candidates from BSP, 9 candidates from Shiv Sena and 7 out of 10 candidates from NCP have more than Rs. 1 crore declared property.
So, huge number of crorepatis are contesting for the third phase of elections in the country. Richest candidate is Ku. Devendra Singh Yadav of Samajwadi Party, whose declared assets is worth Rs. 204 crore. He is contesting from the Etah search in Uttar Pradesh of India.
Second richest candidate is Bhonsle Shrimant Chhatrapati Udayanraje Pratapasinh Maharaj of NCP with assets worth Rs 199 crore. Pratapasinh is contesting for Lok Sabha elections from Satara in Maharashtra.
The Congress candidate contesting from Bareilly in Uttar Pradesh has assets worth Rs 147 crore. Many crorepatis is contesting on the Congress tickets.
On an average the declared assets of the candidates contesting in the second phase of elections is Rs. 2.95 crore.
The average declared assets of BJP candidates is Rs. 13.01 which for Congress candidates it is Rs. 10.96 crore.
The average assets of Shiv Sena candidates is Rs. 2.69 crore, which average assets of BJP candidates is Rs. 1.22 core.
The average assets of CPI(M) candidates is Rs 1.76 crore while NCP candidates have average assets worth Rs 48.49 crore.
The SP candidates declared their average assets worth Rs 28.52 crore. There are 9 AITC candidates contesting in the third phase of elections and their average assets Rs 4.93 crore.
The lowest declared asset is of Shrivenkateshwar Maha Swamiji from the Bijapur, Karnataka and he is from Hindustan Janata Party. The declared assets of Shrivenkateshwar Maha Swamiji is just Rs. 99.
The National Election Watch and Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) have analysed self-sworn affidavits of 1,594 of 1,612 candidates contesting the phase 3 elections.