An analysis by the Association of Democratic Reforms of the affidavits filed by 258 sitting MPs seeking reelection in the 2009 general elections shows that more than half of them saw their assets grow between 100% and 9,100%.
With a 6,500%—that’s right, six-thousand five-hundred per cent—growth in his assets since 2004, the honourable BJP member of Parliament from Mysore, C.H. Vijayashankar (in picture), who counts 550 sheep valued at Rs 10,88,550 to underline his farming background, comes in a creditable second.
Presumably, that farming background also insulates Vijayashankar, BA, LLB, from possessing a PAN card.
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~2000 per kuri… reasonable ansatte. :D
Is there any change in number of immovable properties? or is it the updated rates of the property?
wow pretty good business!
Why don’t these guys become investment Bankers? They have the track record of investing their own money, unlike the IIM guys mugging up the books!
Oh obama is bloking the outsourcing, after all the support he got. Even our politicians canvassed for him. who is that one? Sindhia??
Is that’s also the reason why you have the taliban in pakistan and the naxalites in india. The law makers can’t be booked under existing laws. The first thing the taliban and the naxalites do is set up courts in the areas they control.