Nearly 90 per cent of the MPs are crorepatis while the average of total assets parliamentarians is Rs 55 crore, says a report.

The report is based on an analysis of the self-sworn affidavits of 229 out of 233 sitting MPs by the National Election Watch and (ADR).

"Out of the 229 sitting MPs analysed, 201 (88 per cent) are crorepatis," a report by Delhi-based think-tank ADR said today, adding "the average of assets per MP is Rs 55.62 crore".

Mahendra Prasad of (United) has the highest assets worth Rs 4,078.41 crore among the MPs.

Samajwadi Party's is at second place with assets worth Rs 1,001.64 crore, followed by BJP's Ravindra Kishore Sinha with assets worth Rs 857.11 crore.

Among major parties, the average asset size per parliamentarian of 64 BJP MPs is Rs 27.80 crore, while it is Rs 40.98 crore for 50 belonging to the 

The average asset size of 14 MPs is Rs 92.68 crore and of 13 All MPs is Rs 12.22 crore.

According to the report, of the 229 MPs, 51 have declared criminal cases against themselves. As many as 20 MPs have declared "serious criminal cases" against themselves.

Of the total MPs analysed, 154 have declared liabilities against themselves and the top three are (Rs 304.60 crore), T Subbarami Reddy (Rs 173.59 crore) and (Rs 105.65 crore).

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