Of the 53 ministers who had been lately sworn in as ministers in Uttar Pradesh, many are facing criminal expenses.
Of the 53 ministers, the ADR has analyzed the particulars of the declarations of 45 of them, whereas 22 have criminal cases. Many of these males are facing critical expenses.
The ADR analyzed 45 ministers’ self-proclaimed certificates, together with these of the chief ministers.
The ADR mentioned Sanjay Nishad and Jitin Prasad’s certificates weren’t obtainable on the Election Commission’s web site till the report was printed.
Of these in the Cabinet, 49 per cent have criminal cases in opposition to the Minister whereas 44 per cent have critical criminal expenses in opposition to them.
Of the 45 ministers, 39 ministers (87 per cent) are Karod’s husbands, with a median belongings of Rs 9 crore.
According to the affidavit, Mayankeshwar Sharan Singh of Tiloli constituency has the highest property worth of Rs 58.07 crore, whereas Dharam Veer Singh, a member of the legislature, is the lowest-ranked MP with belongings price Rs 42.91 lakh.
The 27 ministers have declared debt, whereas Rakesh Sachchan of Bhoginpur has a debt of Rs 8.17 crore and is the highest paid MP.