He has shown assets worth Rs 9 crore and liabilities worth Rs 2.93 crore. Seven candidates have declared their educational qualification as 12th pass, whereas five each are graduate and post graduate,” the report reads. There are total four (16 per cent) out of 25 analyzed candidates, who have declared assets below Rs 2 lakhs, the report said. Out of the 25 candidates in the fray for the two Lok Sabha seats that will witness a bypoll on Monday, over 24 per cent have pending criminal cases against them, according to affidavits submitted to the Election Commission (EC). Out of the 25, 16 per cent have serious criminal cases, according to an analysis of their sworn affidavits by the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) and Maharashtra Election Watch.

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