Arvind Kejriwal files affidavit for Delhi Assembly polls; CM’s total assets stand at Rs 3.4 crore, up Rs 1.3 crore from 2015

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has assets worth Rs 3.4 crore, an increase of Rs 1.3 crore from 2015, according to his election affidavit. Kejriwal's total assets were worth Rs 2.1 crore in 2015

Press Trust of India January 22, 2020 08:22:35 IST
Arvind Kejriwal files affidavit for Delhi Assembly polls; CM’s total assets stand at Rs 3.4 crore, up Rs 1.3 crore from 2015

New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has assets worth Rs 3.4 crore, an increase of Rs 1.3 crore from 2015, according to his election affidavit. Kejriwal's total assets were worth Rs 2.1 crore in 2015.

Arvind Kejriwal files affidavit for Delhi Assembly polls CMs total assets stand at Rs 34 crore up Rs 13 crore from 2015

File image of Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal. PTI

The cash and fixed deposits of Kejriwal's wife Sunita Kejriwal increased from Rs 15 lakh in 2015 to Rs 57 lakh in 2020. A party functionary said Rs 32 lakh worth cash and fixed deposits have been received by Sunita Kejriwal as voluntary retirement benefits while the rest are savings.

The cash and fixed deposits of the chief minister increased from Rs 2.26 lakh in 2015 to Rs 9.65 lakh in 2020. There was no change in the value of immovable assets of his wife while Kejriwal's immovable assets' worth increased from Rs 92 lakh to Rs 177 lakh.

The party functionaries said increase in Kejriwal's immovable assets' worth is due to the increased valuation of the same asset as in 2015.

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