AP CM was Richest Chief Minister in India …TS CM KCR In 4th place

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AP CM was Richest Chief Minister in India ...TS CM KCR In 4th place
AP CM was Richest Chief Minister in India ...TS CM KCR In 4th place

Telugu Desam Party president and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu has been declared as richest Chief Minister among all in India . According to think about led by Association of Democratic Reforms ( ADR), Chandrababu’s aggregate resource esteem was Rs 177 crore, followed by Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Prema Khandu with Rs 129 crore and Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh was claimed Rs 48 crore .

Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao possessed fifth position with Rs 15 crore resources . Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar has been announced poorest Chief Minister having just Rs 26 lakh resources .

The second ‘poorest’ Chief Minister in the nation was Trinamool Congress leader and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, with resources worth Rs30 lakh . Individuals’ Democratic Party leader and Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti was likewise among the three Chief Minister’s with the slightest resources . She had proclaimed resources esteemed at 55 lakh .

An analysis of the self sworn affidavits filed by chief ministers of 29 states and two Union Territories throws up interesting facts. Like Mamata Banerjee,CM of West Bengal, has declared assets worth Rs 30 lakh only, with no immovable assets.

The report by ADR also says the average asset per CM is just over Rs 16 crore, with 25 of the 31 CMs being crorepatis. The three CMs with the lowest assests are Manik Sarkar of CPI(M) with Rs 26 lakh+ , Banerjee with Rs 30 lakh and Mehbooba Mufti of JKPDP with Rs 55 lakh. The report says that 55% of the CMs have assets worth Rs 1 crore to Rs 10 crore, with 19% having assets less than a crore.

7% have assets worth Rs 100 crore and above. Education wise, the CMs have a consistent record, with 39% being graduates and another 32% being professionals. A significant 16% are post graduates and 10% have passed high school. One CM, P K Chamling of Sikkim, is a doctorate.