According to Star News, Rupert Murdoch's immeasurable gift to Indian journalism, the person who earned the highest income between circa 1999 and circa 2004 was not Sachin Tendulkar or the Brothers Ambani or N.R. Narayana Murthy but the former Haryana chief minister Om Prakash Chautala.
The son of the soil of Devi Lal, who was raided by the CBI last week, reportedly earned Rs 1 crore every single day during his five-year tenure. That is Rs 365 crore x 5 years = Rs 1,725 crore. If true, Chautala, earned Rs 4.16 lakh per hour for five years. Each minute fetched him Rs 6,944, and each second Rs 115.
More power to humble farmer power. In other words, here's a role model for a farming family we all know. Or is this chillre money for them?