What is the growth in assets of re-contesting candidates from Bengaluru?

Curious to know how much would be the asset growth of the candidates who are re-contesting? Here's some data for you!

Here goes the list of growth of Assets of candidates for Bangalore Urban constituencies, who have contested earlier.  The list is a mere compilation from their affidavits.

Ananthkumar

 

Movable Asset (Rs)

Immovable Asset (Rs)

 Liability (Rs)

 Total Asset (Rs)

2009

99,82,432

68,85,163

0

1,68,67,595

2014

1,23,59,969

3,60,41,192

28,83,233

4,84,01,161

 

 

P C Mohan

 

Movable Asset (Rs)

Immovable Asset (Rs)

Liability (Rs)

Total Asset (Rs)

2009 (LS Election)

3,83,88,000

1,84,41,000

3,28,87,000

5,37,29.000

2013 (Assembly Election)

18,15,81,650

12,31,02,400

17,69,36,948

30,46,84,050

2014 (LS Election)

26,45,16,699

21,12,79,600

26,11,11,284

47,57,96,299

 

C  Narayanaswamy

 

Movable Asset (Rs)

Immovable Asset (Rs)

Liability (Rs)

Total Asset (Rs)

2008 (Assembly Election)

1,00,000

2,10,00,000

NIL

2,11,00,000

2014 (L S Election)

34,52,597

24,45,00,000

9,22,460

24,79,52,597

 

D V Sadananda Gowda

 

Movable Asset (Rs)

Immovable Asset (Rs)

Liability (Rs)

Total Asset (Rs)

2009 (LS Election)

48,43,959

1,12,28,000

24,86,447

1,60,71,959

2012 (MLC)

86,39,382

4,83,09,977

1,45,70,119

5,69,49,359

2014 (LS Election)

4,73,91,874

5,14,97,000

3,70,20,152

9,88,88,874

 

 

Abdul Azeem

Year

Movable Asset (Rs)

Immovable Asset (Rs)

Liability (Rs)

Total Asset (Rs)

Income (Rs)

2013

88,75,125

7,25,00,000

NIL

8,10,30,126

4,26,107

(2012-13)

2014

1,08,09,759

14,81,00,000

NIL

15,89,09,759

4,18,170

(2013-14)

Comments:

  1. Ravindra Karki says:

    Unimaginable Immovable asset growth for Sadanand Gowda in just two years ?? 86 lakhs to 4.73 crores ?? We can also give money to him so that he can also grow it 5 times in 2 years ??

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