ADR Report Says That, 35% of Ministers Have Criminal Cases
ADR Reports says that, More than of 34 percent of the ministers from State Assemblies have proclaimed criminal bodies of evidence against them, while 76 percent are crorepatis with average assets of Rs 8.59 crore, finds another study. An aggregate of 609 ministers out of 620 have been broke down from 29 State Assemblies and two Union Territories.
“Out of the 609 ministers analysed from state Assemblies, 462 (76 per cent) are crorepatis,” Delhi-based think-tank Association for Democratic Reforms said in its study released on Friday.
Among the ministers with most elevated assets incorporate Ponguru Narayana of Telugu Desam Party with aggregate assets of Rs 496 crore, trailed by D K Shivakumar of Congress (Rs 251 crore), said ADR.
“Out of the 609 ministers analysed from State Assemblies, 210 (34 per cent) ministers have declared criminal cases against themselves. Out of the 78 Union council of ministers analysed, 24 (31 per cent) have declared criminal cases against themselves,” it added.
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Additionally, 113 priests from State Assemblies have pronounced real criminal cases, including cases identified with homicide, endeavor to murder, kidnapping, and rape cases. Out of the 78 ministers examined from Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, 14 have announced real criminal bodies of evidence against themselves, the study said. The states with most elevated rate of ministors with criminal cases incorporate 9 ministers from Jharkhand, 9 from Telangana, 4 from Delhi, 11 from Bihar, 18 from Maharashtra, and 2 from Uttarakhand.
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The average assets per minister from State Assemblies is Rs 8.59 crore. Contrasted with this, the average assets of the Union Council of ministers is Rs 12.94 crore, ADR said. Likewise, the average assets of ministers with proclaimed criminal cases is Rs 9.52 crore, while the average assets of ministers with no criminal cases is Rs 8.10 crore.
The state with the most noteworthy average assets per ministers is Andhra Pradesh (20 ministers) with average assets of Rs 45.49 crore, trailed by Karnataka (31 priests) with average assets of Rs 36.96 crore and Arunachal Pradesh (7 ministers) with average assets of Rs 32.62 crore.
The state with the most reduced average assets of ministers is Tripura (12 ministers) with average assets of Rs 31.67 lakh. All state council of ministers broke down from Arunachal Pradesh, Punjab and Puducherry are 100 percent crorepatis.
They are trailed by 97 percent ministers of Karnataka and 92 for each penny ministers from Goa, Rajasthan, Meghalaya and Chhattisgarh who have likewise announced assets esteemed at Rs 1 crore or more. Out of 609 priests, 51 are ladies and the most noteworthy number of ladies ministers are from Madhya Pradesh took after by Tamil Nadu.