In the 2019 assembly elections, Anil Deshmukh was elected MLA from Nagpur seat from NCP party. According to available information on ADR, his total assets are Rs 14.57 crore.
He has resigned from the post of Home Minister of Maharashtra.
Former Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh, who resigned on charges of recovering Rs 100 crore, is in the news. In fact, the Mumbai High Court has ordered a CBI inquiry into the matter. On receiving the order of inquiry, he announced his resignation from his post. Do you know how much property this NCP leader owns?
In the 2019 assembly elections, Anil Deshmukh was elected MLA from Nagpur seat from NCP party. According to available information on the ADR, his total assets are Rs 14.57 crore and the liability is Rs 4.56 crore. In the financial year 2018-19, he filed a return of 16 lakh 85 thousand 193 rupees. 3.12 lakh cash and 7.25 lakh have been deposited in bank and financial institutions. Apart from this, he has also invested Rs 3.86 lakh in bonds, shares and debentures. LIC has invested 2.97 lakh and in jewelery 29.26 lakh.
Know which stocks have been invested, including Reliance
Anil Deshmukh has bought 93 shares in Reliance Power worth Rs 242, 200 shares of Integra Engineering worth Rs 8760, 120 shares of Reliance Industries worth Rs 156444. Apart from this, he has bought 400 shares of Rama Petrochemicals, worth Rs 3200, has invested Rs 16295 in Glenmark Pharma shares, Rs 20358 in Lupine shares, Rs 169650 in Maruti shares.
Real estate information
Apart from this, he has invested 2.97 lakhs in LIC, 29.26 lakhs in jewelery and 1.25 crores in other assets. Talking about immovable property, the value of arable land with them is 1.19 crore, non-arable land is 4.15 crore, commercial building is 2.23 crore and residential building is Rs 5.27 crore. This total value is Rs 12.85 crore. Apart from this, he has taken a loan of Rs 57.12 lakh and an entity loan of Rs 3.99 crore from the bank and financial institution. In this way, the total liability is Rs 4.60 crore.
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