Mayawatis wealth jumps 25% in 2 years

By: | Updated: 13 Mar 2012 11:43 AM


Lucknow: BSP
supremo Mayawati may have lost the Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh but
the defeated chief minister's wealth as declared has jumped to Rs111
crore, a 25% increase in the last two years.




And 56-year-old Mayawati's assets made public on Tuesday has doubled in
the five years since she became chief minister in 2007 on the back of a
thumping BSP victory. During public meetings, she often claims to
represent the poorest of the state's poor Dalits.

According to
the declaration made by Mayawati at the time of filing of nomination
papers to the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday, her immovable properties, both
residential and commercial in Lucknow and Delhi, cash in banks, jewellery
both gold and diamonds stood at Rs111 crores and 64 lakhs. In 2010 when
she fought the vidhan parishad elections , Mayawati's total assets were
valued at around Rs88 crore while in 2007 it was worth around Rs52.27
crores.




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First Published: 13 Mar 2012 11:43 AM
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