PM Narendra Modi's assets grew by half in five years
New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi filed his nomination from Varanasi for the Lok Sabha Election 2019, he has declared his assets worth Rs 2.51 crore in his affidavit with the Election Commission.
In 2014, he had declared assets worth Rs 1.65 crore.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's movable assets tripled from Rs. 51 lakh in 2014 to Rs. 1.41 crore this year. He declared immovable assets worth Rs. 1.1 crore on Friday.
As per affidavit, the prime source of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's income was his salary drawn from PMO and interest earned from the bank deposits. On March 31, PM Modi has Rs 38,750 in hand.
As declared in the affidavit, he has no liabilities, instead, the income tax department owes him a projected return of Rs. 85,145 and the Prime Minister's Office has to give him Rs. 1,40,895.
PM Modi has a balance of Rs. 4,143 in a State Bank of India account in Gandhinagar, Gujarat. He owns a property in Gandhinagar that he bought in 2002 for Rs. 1,30,488; its current market value is approximately Rs. 1.1 crore.
Congress has fielded Ajay Rai against PM Narendra Modi in Varanasi.