The movable property of Manaranjan Brahma, a candidate from Kokrajhar Assembly seat (Kokrajhar), is more than Rs 257 crore. Along with this, many criminal cases related to property are also registered on him.
Manaranjan Brahma (File Photo)
Manaranjan Brahma (Manaranjan Brahma), a candidate from the BJP’s ally United People’s Party Liberal (UPPL) for the Assam Assembly Election, is currently in the news, having declared his assets worth Rs 268 crore during his nomination. Along with this, he has 20 bank accounts and 429 vehicles and thus Brahma is the richest candidate among all the contestants in Assam. He has contested from Kokrajhar Assembly seat (Kokrajhar).
According to the declaration in the affidavit, the movable property of 43-year-old candidate Manranjan Brahma alone is more than Rs 257 crore and his immovable property is stated to be more than Rs 11 crore. Herewith According to his election affidavit, he has a debt of Rs 78 crore.. He clarified that he has earned Rs 57 crore in the financial year 2019-20, including the income of his wife and child.
Many criminal cases are registered over Brahma
Along with this, many criminal cases related to property are also registered over Brahma. election Commission (Election Commission) According to, Two charges related to breach of trust on him, two charges related to fraud and dishonesty, including delivery of property and a charge relating to breach of trust on behalf of a government official, of cheating under Section 403 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) Includes a charge related to forgery for the purpose and charges related to dishonesty.
Himanta Biswa Sarma has assets worth Rs 1.72 crore
Northeast Democratic Alliance (NEDA) convenor and Assam Finance Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma has more than Rs 25,000 cash and more than Rs 50 lakh in bank deposits. Apart from this, they do not have any bonds, shares or insurance policies, real estate or cars. In his affidavit filed as a candidate from Assam’s Jalukbari seat, Sarma declared that he had assets worth Rs 1.72 crore which was Rs 1.02 crore in 2016. In terms of wealth, his wife is richer than him.
The first phase of voting took place on 27 March
Assembly elections for 126 seats in Assam have started on 27 March. These elections are being held in three stages. On Saturday, in the first phase of the assembly elections, voting was done for 47 seats in 12 districts. These districts are Tinsukhia, Dibrugarh, Dhemaji, Charaidev, Sivasagar, Majuli, Lakhimpur, Jorhat, Golaghat, Vishwanath, Sonitpur and Nagaon. According to the Election Commission, 76.92 percent voting was done till 6 pm. There are more voters during the first phase of Assam assembly elections.
During the first phase, voters will decide the fate of Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, Assembly Speaker Hitendra Nath Goswami, State Congress President Ripun Bora and many ministers. The Assam Election Monitoring Group and ADR analyzed the affidavits of 259 candidates out of 264 candidates who entered the fray in the first phase. Criminal cases have been registered against 16 per cent of the candidates who landed in the first phase. At the same time, in the third phase, Sabdara Basumatari is the lowest-grossing candidate, who has only 2 thousand rupees in his name.
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