Rs 4,143 Bank Balance, 1 Residential Property, no Car: PM Modi’s Poll Affidavit Details
PM Modi has no other source of income other than his salary. He has a bank balance of Rs 4,143 and fixed deposit of Rs 1,27,81,574.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi submitted an affidavit to the Returning Officer (RO) declaring his assets on Friday. According to the affidavit, PM Modi has a bank balance of Rs 4,143 and fixed deposit (FD) of Rs 1,27,81,574. The PM doesn’t own any motor vehicle and hasn’t taken any loans as of now.
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The PM owns one residential property in Gandhinagar, the current value of which stands at Rs 1,10,00,000. He has no other source of income other than his salary.
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The PM’s investment in the National Savings Certificates (NSC) stands at Rs 7,61,466 while his life insurance policy investment stands at Rs 1,90, 347. He has four gold rings, the value of which stands at Rs 1,13,800. He does not own any agriculture or non-agricultural land. He does not possess any commercial property as well. He has no dues left with any government department.
Here’s the detailed affidavit submitted by PM Modi. (Affidavit Modi)
The Prime Minister has mentioned Jashodaben as his spouse’s name. His highest qualification is mentioned as Master of Arts from Gujarat University in Ahmedabad, which he completed in the year 1983.
Prime Minister Modi filed his nomination from the Varanasi Lok Sabha constituency, seeking another term as an MP. Varanasi Lok Sabha constituency goes to polls on May 19 and the counting of votes will take place on May 23.
(With ANI inputs)
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