Varanasi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s assets have risen by 52 percent in five years, shows the affidavit filed by him on Friday in Varanasi.
In the Modi asset declaration 2019, it has been stated that the PM has total assets of Rs 2.51 crore, including movable assets worth about Rs 1.41 crore and unmovable assets valued to be worth Rs 1.10 crore.
PM Modi filed his nomination from Varanasi on Friday. He has declared assets worth Rs 2.51 crore.
He has zero liabilities and faces no criminal charge.
Much of his movable assets come in the form of fixed deposits worth Rs 1.27 crore in the State Bank of India. The affidavit was filed as part of the nomination papers that Modi submitted in Varanasi, the seat from where he is seeking re-election.
In 2014, Modi had movable assets worth Rs 65.91 lakh.
His main source of income is his government salary and interest earned on his savings.
Modi’s affidavit for the 2019 Lok Sabha election states that he does not face any criminal charge against him.