GUWAHATI: There was a 95% development within the common belongings of legislators re-elected to the state meeting in 2016, stated a survey on Monday.
Self-sworn affidavits of 34 re-elected legislators, lots of whom are set to contest the state election once more this year, revealed a median rise in Rs 1.48 crore. The Assam Election Watch and Affiliation for Democratic Reforms (ADR) revealed the research.
Minister within the Sarbananda Sonowal cupboard, Chandan Brahma of the Bodoland Individuals’s Entrance (BPF), recorded the utmost improve in belongings, which was a rise of Rs 6.97 crore. The legislator from ST reserved Sidli constituency had belongings price Rs 2.60 crore in 2011, which went as much as Rs 9.58 crore in 2016, a whopping 268% rise.
Second within the record is AIUDF chief and fragrance baron Badruddin Ajmal’s son Abdur Rahim Ajmal, who represents the Jamunamukh meeting constituency. Between 2011-2016, Abdur Rahim’s belongings elevated by Rs 6.26 crore from Rs 6.84 crore in 2011 to Rs 13.10 crore in 2016.
The belongings of Congress MLA from Laharighat and former minister Nazrul Islam has spiked by Rs 3.33 crore from Rs 2.58 crore in 2011 to Rs 5.91 crores in 2016. Islam is third among the many legistors whose belongings elevated within the 5 year bracket. Highly effective minister and senior BJP chief Himanta Biswa Sarma’s identify additionally figured among the many prime 5 legislators, whose belongings have proven the best improve in 2016, in comparison with 2011.
From Rs 3.06 crore, Himanta’s belongings elevated to Rs 6.38 crore registering an upsurge by 108%. Former chief minister and Barhampur MLA Prafulla Kumar Mahanta’s belongings had been Rs 7.92 crore in 2016, a 63% hike from Rs 4.86 crore in 2011.
State BJP president Ranjeet Kumar Dass’s belongings grew by 47% to Rs 2.31 crore. However it’s AIUDF MLA from Dhing in Nagaon, Aminul Islam, whose belongings have proven the best 1177% improve between 2011 and 2016. Alternatively, Congress legislator from Nazira Debabrata Saikia’s belongings dipped through the interval, from Rs 5.50 crore to Rs 4.55 crore, a lower by 17%.
At 200.97%, BPF has proven the best party-wise common improve in belongings of the re-elected MLAs, adopted by AIUDF (93.26%), Congress (85.7%), BJP (75.82%) and AGP (65.82%).