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Rameswar Teli's asset increased by 347% in 5 years

How wealthy is our public representatives? Here is a comparative list of the candidates in the ensuing Phase 1 Lok Sabha election in the state.

3 re-contesting candidates, who won the last Lok Sabha election in 2014  declares signficant increase in their assets.

BJP's candidate for the ensuing Lok Sabha election n Dibrugarh consttuency Rameswar Teli's assents increased by  347% in the last 5 years. Pradan Barua, BJP candidate in Lakhimpur constituency declares 107% asset increase. Congress canddate in Kaliabar constituency Gaurav Gogoi decalared 151%.

These information are based on candidate's self-declared affidavit that was filed during the elections.

 

List of Candidates – DIBRUGARH

Candidate

Party

Criminal Cases

Education

Age

Total Assets

Liabilities

Apurba Saikia

IND

0

Graduate

44

Rs 6,13,735
~ 6 Lacs+

Rs 0
~

Bhaben Baruah

NPP

1

12th Pass

59

Rs 1,73,39,652
~ 1 Crore+

Rs 0
~

Dr. Titus Bhengra

Bahujan Mukti Party

0

Doctorate

60

Rs 9,10,903
~ 9 Lacs+

Rs 0
~

Israil Nanda

IND

0

10th Pass

62

Rs 87,97,182
~ 87 Lacs+

Rs 10,04,704
~ 10 Lacs+

Md. Nurul Huda Imdadul Islam Saikia

IND

0

Graduate

51

Rs 70,41,827
~ 70 Lacs+

Rs 1,648
~ 1 Thou+

Paban Singh Ghatowar

INC

0

Graduate

67

Rs 5,74,88,181
~ 5 Crore+

Rs 0
~

Rameswar Teli

BJP

0

10th Pass

48

Rs 43,70,067
~ 43 Lacs+

Rs 0
~

Rubul Buragohain

IND

0

10th Pass

43

Rs 1,03,362
~ 1 Lacs+

Rs 30,000
~ 30 Thou+

 

 

List of Candidates – JORHAT

Candidate

Party

Criminal Cases

Education

Age

Total Assets

Liabilities

Arbin Kumar Boruah

IND

0

10th Pass

34

Rs 58,57,886
~ 58 Lacs+

Rs 0
~

Kamala Raj Konwar

NPP

0

10th Pass

60

Rs 1,88,39,210
~ 1 Crore+

Rs 0
~

Kanak Gogoi

CPI

0

Post Graduate

42

Rs 23,894
~ 23 Thou+

Rs 0
~

Nandita Nag

IND

0

Post Graduate

47

Rs 1,05,58,481
~ 1 Crore+

Rs 60,00,000
~ 60 Lacs+

Raj Kumar Duwara

AIFB

0

10th Pass

53

Rs 11,30,000
~ 11 Lacs+

Rs 0
~

Ribulaya Gogoi

AITC

0

Graduate

38

Rs 11,19,987
~ 11 Lacs+

Rs 585
~ 5 Hund+

Sushanta Borgohain

INC

0

Graduate

44

Rs 2,15,16,244
~ 2 Crore+

Rs 0
~

Topon Kumar Gogoi

BJP

0

Post Graduate

50

Rs 1,25,97,461
~ 1 Crore+

Rs 4,55,398
~ 4 Lacs+

 

List of Candidates – KALIABOR

Candidate

Party

Criminal Cases

Education

Age

Total Assets

Liabilities

Abdul Aziz

NPP

0

Graduate

60

Rs 35,94,488
~ 35 Lacs+

Rs 0
~

Gaurav Gogoi

INC

0

Post Graduate

36

Rs 1,37,27,834
~ 1 Crore+

Rs 12,50,000
~ 12 Lacs+

Md. Hariqul Islam Bhuyan

Asom Jana Morcha

0

Graduate Professional

51

Rs 38,20,000
~ 38 Lacs+

Rs 0
~

Moni Madhab Mahanta

Asom Gana Parishad

0

Post Graduate

41

Rs 27,50,757
~ 27 Lacs+

Rs 0
~

Shree Diganta Kumar Saikia

Hindusthan Nirman Dal

1

10th Pass

48

Rs 1,62,12,412
~ 1 Crore+

Rs 0
~

Sri Bhaskar Sarmah

IND

0

12th Pass

33

Rs 1,09,78,456
~ 1 Crore+

Rs 0
~

Sri Jiten Gogoi

IND

1

8th Pass

57

Rs 9,03,03,570
~ 9 Crore+

Rs 11,00,000
~ 11 Lacs+

 

 

List of Candidates – LAKHIMPUR

Candidate

Party

Criminal Cases

Education

Age

Total Assets

Liabilities

Amiya Kumar Handique

CPI(M)

0

Post Graduate

65

Rs 6,33,000
~ 6 Lacs+

Rs 0
~

Anil Borgohain

INC

0

10th Pass

51

Rs 5,11,85,000
~ 5 Crore+

Rs 0
~

Anup Pratim Borbaruah

NCP

0

Post Graduate

51

Rs 5,47,573
~ 5 Lacs+

Rs 0
~

Arup Kalita

CPI

0

Graduate Professional

51

Rs 25,19,069
~ 25 Lacs+

Rs 0
~

Bhupen Narah

Voters Party International

0

Post Graduate

56

Rs 7,46,500
~ 7 Lacs+

Rs 0
~

Dilip Moran

Assam Dristi Party

0

12th Pass

52

Rs 2,96,22,141
~ 2 Crore+

Rs 15,91,682
~ 15 Lacs+

Hem Kanta Miri

SUCI(C)

0

Graduate Professional

37

Rs 2,56,271
~ 2 Lacs+

Rs 0
~

Md Ambaz Uddin

IND

0

10th Pass

51

Rs 1,00,000
~ 1 Lacs+

Rs 0
~

Pradan Baruah

BJP

0

12th Pass

53

Rs 1,43,07,978
~ 1 Crore+

Rs 58,39,285
~ 58 Lacs+

Probhu Lal Vaisnava

IND

0

12th Pass

44

Rs 19,00,000
~ 19 Lacs+

Rs 3,24,000
~ 3 Lacs+

Ubaidur Rahman

Asom Jana Morcha

0

5th Pass

36

Rs 26,90,160
~ 26 Lacs+

Rs 0

 

List of Candidates - TEZPUR:ASSAM

Candidate

Party

Criminal Cases

Education

Age

Total Assets

Liabilities

Bijoy Kumar Tiru

IND

0

Graduate

68

Rs 41,36,542
~ 41 Lacs+

Rs 1,00,000
~ 1 Lacs+

M.G.V.K. Bhanu

INC

0

Post Graduate

60

Rs 8,28,46,198
~ 8 Crore+

Rs 0
~

Mahendra Bhuyan

NCP

2

Graduate

67

Rs 63,04,000
~ 63 Lacs+

Rs 0
~

Mahendra Orang

Voters Party International

0

10th Pass

41

Rs 40,000
~ 40 Thou+

Rs 0
~

Pallab Lochan Das

BJP

0

Graduate

41

Rs 1,44,45,139
~ 1 Crore+

Rs 0
~

Ram Bahadur Sunar

NPP

0

Graduate Professional

50

Rs 1,58,15,131
~ 1 Crore+

Rs 5,31,152
~ 5 Lacs+

Ziabur Rahman Khan

IND

2

10th Pass

36

Rs 22,27,138
~ 22 Lacs+

Rs 1,93,616
~ 1 Lacs+

 

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