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Author: 
Ankita Sharma
Date: 
12.03.2022
City: 
New Delhi

Of the 60 members of the new Manipur Legislative Assembly, 48 are crorepatis, while 23 per cent of them have criminal cases and 18 per cent have serious criminal cases. Manipur Election Watch and Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) analyzed the affidavits of all 60 winning candidates in the Manipur Assembly elections, the results of which were declared on March 10.

BJP won 32 seats, National People’s Party (NPP) seven, Janata Dal (United) six, Congress five, Naga People’s Front five, Independents three and Kuki People’s Alliance two.

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Of the 60 winning candidates analyzed in 2022, 14 (23 per cent) have declared criminal cases against themselves. In 2017, two (3 per cent) MLAs had declared criminal cases against them.

A total of 11 (18%) winning candidates have declared serious criminal cases against themselves. In 2017, two (3 per cent) MLAs had declared serious criminal cases against them.

According to the party, seven out of 32 winning candidates of BJP (22 per cent), four out of five (80 per cent) of Congress, one in seven (14 per cent) of NPP, one in six (17 per cent) of JD(U). percent) and one out of three independent candidates (33 percent) have declared criminal cases against themselves in their affidavits.

Five out of 32 winning candidates of BJP (16 per cent), four out of five from Congress (80 per cent), one in seven from NPP (14 per cent) and one out of six candidates from JD(U) (17 per cent) won. He has declared serious criminal cases against him in his affidavit.

millionaire candidate

Of the 60 winning candidates analysed, 48 (80 per cent) are crorepatis, compared to 32 (53 per cent) in 2017.

According to the party, 25 out of 32 (78 percent) of BJP, six out of seven (86 percent) of NPP, all five of Congress (100 percent), JD(U) five out of six (83 percent), NPF Five (100 per cent) out of five candidates and two (67 per cent) out of three independent candidates have declared assets of more than Rs 1 crore.

The average asset per winning candidate is Rs 3.75 crore as compared to Rs 2.16 crore in 2017.

Average assets per winning candidates Rs 2.91 crore for BJP, Rs 3.45 crore for NPP, Rs 2.80 crore for JD(U), Rs 6.20 crore for NPF, Rs 4.38 crore for Congress, Rs 64.29 for Kuki People’s Alliance Lakhs and the average assets for three independent candidates is Rs 12.22 crore. As stated in the ADR analysis.

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