Rahul Gandhi continues to own a share on a farm he inherited in Delhi, worth about Rs 1.32 crore
Chief Executive Rahul Gandhi's assets rose from 9.4 crore to 15.88 crore Over the past five years, the statement he filed on Thursday revealed his candidacy in Kerala's Wayanad seat. Before 2019 national elections, the total value of its assets was 9.4 crore. The confirmation showed that the congressman does not own a car and has liabilities of about Rs 72 lakh. The confirmation showed that his cash in hand amounted to Rs 40,000.
Today, accompanied by Sister Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, Gandhi submitted her nomination at the district collector's office in Kalpetta.
The confirmation attached to the nomination shows his total Revenue in 201
Gandhi continues to own a share on a farm he inherited in Delhi's Sultanpur Village, worth about Rs 1.32 crore and has purchased two office spaces in the Gurugram's Signature Tower in December 2014, worth over Rs 8.75 crore.
He also owns some jewelry worth about 2.91 lakh.
The congressional chief has declared that he has five cases pending him, four of which involve allegations of defamation.
Under educational qualifications, Mr Gandhi said he has an MPhil degree in development studies from Trinity College, the University of Cambridge.
Mr. Gandhi competes from Wayanad beyond the family's bastion Amethi in Uttar Pradesh, which he has had since 2004.
Since the party announced that he would compete for another seat, Mr Gandhi has faced BJP toes. EU Minister Smriti Irani, who has challenged him from Amethi for the second time, has said he "runs away" when he was unsure of his prospects.
Gandhi said he was asked to compete from a seat in southern India and he accepted the South People, he said, felt alienated by the policies of the BJP-led government.
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