Top 5 Richest Candidates in this Election
With pronounced resources of over Rs 1,107 crore, Ramesh Kumar Sharma is the most extravagant candidate in the Lok Sabha elections, his affidavit statement appears. A free challenging against BJP MP Ram Kripal Yadav from Patliputra in Bihar, Sharma says he is battling against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his fake guarantees.
The 63-year-old with a Chartered Engineer authentication claims nine vehicles including a Volkswagen Jetta, a Honda city and an Optra Chevrolet, the affirmation says. Sharma has proclaimed his total resources worth Rs 11,07,58,33,190, of which resources worth Rs 7,08,33,190 are portable.
Sharma told that: "With demonetization, Modi removed cash from individuals. There is crime happening all around and they are plundering the nation. I am battling this election against Modi, the 'jumlebaaz'."
The aspiring politician is "in excess of 100 percent certain of his success" regardless of whether BJP President Amit Shah challenges against him.
Sharma is the main autonomous in the best five richest candidates in the Lok Sabha fight. The other four are from the Congress.
The second most extravagant is Konda Vishweshwar Reddy, the Congress candidate from Chevella in Telangana, with Rs 895 crore resources. He has mobile resources worth Rs 8,56,38,18,770 and unfaltering resources worth Rs 38,63,60,400.
Nakul Nath, the Congress candidate from Chhindwara Lok Sabha voting public in Madhya Pradesh, is the third most extravagant man in the conflict with resources worth Rs 660 crore - the portable and enduring resources are worth Rs 6,18,41,72,757 and Rs 41,77,74,000 separately.
The fourth most extravagant man is Vasanthakumar H., the Congress candidate from Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu, with resources worth Rs 4,17,49,30,444, of which Rs 2,30,49,30,444 are mobile.
With resources worth over Rs 374 crore, Congress leader JyotiradityaScindia, challenging from Guna in Madhya Pradesh, is the fifth richest, the candidate.