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PM has assets valued at just over Rs 50lakh

April 15, 2004 19:46 IST
Last Updated: April 15, 2004 21:12 IST


Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee has Rs 25.75lakh in term deposits in the State Bank of India and owns a flat worth Rs 22lakh in New Delhi's posh East of Kailash locality.

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According to the affidavit submitted by him on Thursday while filing his nomination papers for the Lucknow Lok Sabha constituency, Vajpayee has Rs 3.82lakh in a savings account in SBI, Rs 20,000 cash and Rs 1.20lakh in National Saving Scheme certificates. He owns a 1995 model Ambassador car and 2400 units of UTI MEP-1991.

He does not own jewellery, agricultural or non-agricultural land. He has a share in his ancestral house at Gwalior valued at Rs 6lakh.

He has no loans to repay nor any government dues pending against him, the affidavit states.

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Sub: pm's affidavit shoks me....

sir may be according to ur reports PM's assets are as mentioned, an inteligent person who rules the entire nation will always not give an ...


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