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Out of 690 new MLAs 192 have criminal cases, 540 are 'crorepatis': Report

Uttar Pradesh has 36% MLAs with declared criminal cases

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Out of 690 new MLAs 192 have criminal cases, 540 are 'crorepatis': Report

Of the 690 newly elected to the five state assemblies as many as 192 have against them, while 540 of the total are 'crorepatis', says a report.

Watch (NEW) and Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) have analysed jointly the self-sworn affidavits of 689 out of 690 newly elected in the five states of Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, and Details of one candidate have not been analysed.



"Out of the 689 analysed, 192 (28 per cent) have declared against themselves," the report said.

Besides, 140 have declared serious including cases such as and attempt to murder, up from 100 in 2012.

has 36 per cent with declared criminal cases, followed by (31 per cent), (23 per cent), (14 per cent) and (3 per cent).

Moreover, there are 27 per cent with serious declared in UP, (20 per cent), (15 per cent), (9 per cent) and (3 per cent), it said.

On financial details, the report said that out of the 689 newly elected analysed, 540 (78 per cent) are crorepatis.

topped the chart with all the 40 being crorepatis, followed by (81 per cent), UP (80 per cent), (73 per cent) and (53 per cent).

The top three with high assets in UP are Shah Alam Urf Guddu Jamali with total assets of over Rs 118 crore, Vinayshankar (over Rs 67 crore) and Rani Pakshalika Singh (over Rs 58 crore).

Individually, Rana Gurjit Singh has total assets of over Rs 169 crore followed by Sukhbir Singh Badal (over Rs 102 crore) and Sukhpal Singh (over Rs 66 crore) -- all in

In Uttarakhand, Satpal Maharaj has total assets of over Rs 80 crore followed by Rajesh Shukla (over Rs 25 crore) and Qazi Mohd Nizamuddin (over Rs 21 crore).

Manipur's Alfred Kanngam S Arthur has total assets of over Rs 36 crore, Kshetrimayum Biren Singh (over Rs 8 crore) and Rajkumar Imo Singh (over Rs 4 crore).

In Goa, Michael Vincent Lobo's total assets stands at Rs 54 crore followed by Pratapsingh R Rane (over Rs 50 crore) and Pandurang Arjun Madhkaikar (over Rs 32 crore).

The study further showed that 193 (28 per cent) have declared their education qualification to be between 5th pass and 12th pass, while 473 (69 per cent) have declared having a qualification of graduate or above.

A total of 329 (48 per cent) have declared their age to be between 25 and 50 years, while 358 (52 per cent) have declared their age to be between 51 and 80 years. One MLA has declared his age to be above 80 years.

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Out of 690 new MLAs 192 have criminal cases, 540 are 'crorepatis': Report

Uttar Pradesh has 36% MLAs with declared criminal cases

Uttar Pradesh has 36% MLAs with declared criminal cases Of the 690 newly elected to the five state assemblies as many as 192 have against them, while 540 of the total are 'crorepatis', says a report.

Watch (NEW) and Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) have analysed jointly the self-sworn affidavits of 689 out of 690 newly elected in the five states of Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, and Details of one candidate have not been analysed.

"Out of the 689 analysed, 192 (28 per cent) have declared against themselves," the report said.

Besides, 140 have declared serious including cases such as and attempt to murder, up from 100 in 2012.

has 36 per cent with declared criminal cases, followed by (31 per cent), (23 per cent), (14 per cent) and (3 per cent).

Moreover, there are 27 per cent with serious declared in UP, (20 per cent), (15 per cent), (9 per cent) and (3 per cent), it said.

On financial details, the report said that out of the 689 newly elected analysed, 540 (78 per cent) are crorepatis.

topped the chart with all the 40 being crorepatis, followed by (81 per cent), UP (80 per cent), (73 per cent) and (53 per cent).

The top three with high assets in UP are Shah Alam Urf Guddu Jamali with total assets of over Rs 118 crore, Vinayshankar (over Rs 67 crore) and Rani Pakshalika Singh (over Rs 58 crore).

Individually, Rana Gurjit Singh has total assets of over Rs 169 crore followed by Sukhbir Singh Badal (over Rs 102 crore) and Sukhpal Singh (over Rs 66 crore) -- all in

In Uttarakhand, Satpal Maharaj has total assets of over Rs 80 crore followed by Rajesh Shukla (over Rs 25 crore) and Qazi Mohd Nizamuddin (over Rs 21 crore).

Manipur's Alfred Kanngam S Arthur has total assets of over Rs 36 crore, Kshetrimayum Biren Singh (over Rs 8 crore) and Rajkumar Imo Singh (over Rs 4 crore).

In Goa, Michael Vincent Lobo's total assets stands at Rs 54 crore followed by Pratapsingh R Rane (over Rs 50 crore) and Pandurang Arjun Madhkaikar (over Rs 32 crore).

The study further showed that 193 (28 per cent) have declared their education qualification to be between 5th pass and 12th pass, while 473 (69 per cent) have declared having a qualification of graduate or above.

A total of 329 (48 per cent) have declared their age to be between 25 and 50 years, while 358 (52 per cent) have declared their age to be between 51 and 80 years. One MLA has declared his age to be above 80 years.
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Out of 690 new MLAs 192 have criminal cases, 540 are 'crorepatis': Report

Uttar Pradesh has 36% MLAs with declared criminal cases

Of the 690 newly elected to the five state assemblies as many as 192 have against them, while 540 of the total are 'crorepatis', says a report.

Watch (NEW) and Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) have analysed jointly the self-sworn affidavits of 689 out of 690 newly elected in the five states of Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, and Details of one candidate have not been analysed.

"Out of the 689 analysed, 192 (28 per cent) have declared against themselves," the report said.

Besides, 140 have declared serious including cases such as and attempt to murder, up from 100 in 2012.

has 36 per cent with declared criminal cases, followed by (31 per cent), (23 per cent), (14 per cent) and (3 per cent).

Moreover, there are 27 per cent with serious declared in UP, (20 per cent), (15 per cent), (9 per cent) and (3 per cent), it said.

On financial details, the report said that out of the 689 newly elected analysed, 540 (78 per cent) are crorepatis.

topped the chart with all the 40 being crorepatis, followed by (81 per cent), UP (80 per cent), (73 per cent) and (53 per cent).

The top three with high assets in UP are Shah Alam Urf Guddu Jamali with total assets of over Rs 118 crore, Vinayshankar (over Rs 67 crore) and Rani Pakshalika Singh (over Rs 58 crore).

Individually, Rana Gurjit Singh has total assets of over Rs 169 crore followed by Sukhbir Singh Badal (over Rs 102 crore) and Sukhpal Singh (over Rs 66 crore) -- all in

In Uttarakhand, Satpal Maharaj has total assets of over Rs 80 crore followed by Rajesh Shukla (over Rs 25 crore) and Qazi Mohd Nizamuddin (over Rs 21 crore).

Manipur's Alfred Kanngam S Arthur has total assets of over Rs 36 crore, Kshetrimayum Biren Singh (over Rs 8 crore) and Rajkumar Imo Singh (over Rs 4 crore).

In Goa, Michael Vincent Lobo's total assets stands at Rs 54 crore followed by Pratapsingh R Rane (over Rs 50 crore) and Pandurang Arjun Madhkaikar (over Rs 32 crore).

The study further showed that 193 (28 per cent) have declared their education qualification to be between 5th pass and 12th pass, while 473 (69 per cent) have declared having a qualification of graduate or above.

A total of 329 (48 per cent) have declared their age to be between 25 and 50 years, while 358 (52 per cent) have declared their age to be between 51 and 80 years. One MLA has declared his age to be above 80 years.

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