YSR Congress MP Goddeti Madhavi, who won from Araku, has declared assets of just about Rs 1 lakh whereas the BJP's Pragya Singh Thakur, at 4th poorest, is worth Rs 4.44 lakh.
Syed Firdaus Ashraf/Rediff.com reports.
The 2019 Lok Sabha election has been criticised for how candidates used money power to win votes.
However, these 9 candidates have been elected to Parliament despite their lack of funds.
YSR Congress MP Goddeti Madhavi, who won the Araku Lok Sabha seat, has the lowest declared assets among all -- about Rs 1 lakh, comprising cash and deposits.
Pragya Singh Thakur, the controversial Bharatiya Janata Party MP from Bhopal, is the fourth poorest MP -- with assets worth just Rs 4.44 lakh.
According to her poll affidavit, Pragya Thakur owns 85 grammes of gold and 3 kg of silver. She possesses no home or land.
The 9 MPs who are worth less than Rs 10 lakh.
|Goddeti Madhavi||Araku||YSR- Congress||Graduate||Rs 141,179|
|Chandrani Murmu||Keonjhar||BJD||Graduate||Rs 340,580|
|Mahant Balak Nath||Alwar||BJP||Class 10 Pass||
Has Rs 20,000 in cash and deposits of Rs 332,929.
|Pragya Singh Thakur||Bhopal||BJP||Post-Graduate||
Owns no home or land.
|Indra Hang Subba||Sikkim||Sikkim Krantikari Morcha||Post-Graduate||
Has cash in hand of Rs 474,800 and deposits of Rs 4,017. Nothing else.
|Pratima Bhoumik||Tripura West||BJP||Graduate||Rs 642,398|
|Pramila Bisoyi||Aska||BJD||Class 5 Pass||Rs 732,470|
|Mohammed Faizal||Lakshadweep||NCP||Post-Graduate||Rs 938,641
Owns no house, no land, but owns a motor boat.
|Jamyang Tsering Namgyal||Ladakh||BJP||Graduate||Rs 981,904|