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Modi Owned Assets Worth over Rs 3.02 Crores, but No Car, House or Piece of Land

Modi Owned Assets Worth over Rs 3.02 Crores, but No Car, House or Piece of Land

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NEW DELHI, May 14: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who filed his nomination papers on Tuesday from the Varanasi Lok Sabha constituency for a third time, declared moveable assets worth ₹3.02 crore and also disclosing that he did not own any car, house, or piece of land.

According to the election affidavit filed by him, his total assets of Rs 3.02 crore include a fixed deposit worth ₹2.86 crore with the State Bank of India (SBI), ₹80,304 in two bank accounts in Gandhinagar and Varanasi and ₹52,920 cash in hand.

PM Modi also has ₹9.12 lakh as an investment in National Savings Certificates (NSC) savings scheme and possesses four gold rings worth ₹2.68 lakh, the affidavit said. The nomination papers further showed that PM Modi’s taxable income doubled from ₹11 lakh in fiscal year 2018-19 to ₹23.5 lakh in 2022-23.

As far as his education is concerned, the prime minister declared that he completed his Bachelor of Arts from Delhi University in 1978 and Master of Arts from Gujarat University in 1983. There are no pending criminal proceedings against him.

After submitting his nomination papers Mr Modi posted on ‘X’, “Filed my nomination papers as a candidate for the Varanasi Lok Sabha seat. It is an honour to serve the people of this historic seat. With the blessings of the people, there have been remarkable achievements over the last decade. This pace of work will get even faster in the times to come.”

“I am honoured by the presence of our valued NDA allies in Kashi today. Our alliance represents a commitment to national progress and fulfilling regional aspirations. We will work together for the progress of India in the years to come,” he added.

After filing his papers, he addressed his party’s local workers at the Rudraksha Convention Centre and gave them the “mantra of victory” and asked them to make people aware of his government’s schemes. Mr Modi also told them to ensure that every booth records at least 370 more votes than it did in the last general election, in celebration of the abrogation of Article 370.

(Manas Dasgupta)


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