ADR Report: 23 Newly Elected Rajya Sabha MPs With Criminal Cases

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ADR Report: 23 Newly Elected Rajya Sabha MPs With Criminal Cases

| Updated: June 16, 2022 19:14

According to an analysis of candidate affidavits filed by newly sworn 57 Rajya Sabha MPs by the not-for-profit Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) and National Election Watch (NEW) have identified
23( 40% ) MPs with declared criminal cases against themselves. Notably, out of the 57 MPs analysed by ADR, 53 (93%) are crorepatis and the average assets of the MPs are Rs 154.27 crores.

12 MPs have declared serious criminal cases including cases related to murder, attempt to murder, theft and others. As per the report, 9 out of 22 MPs from BJP, 4 out of 9 MPs from INC, 2 out of 2 MPs from TRS, 2 out of 2 MPs from RJD and 1 MP each from YSRCP, DMK, AIADMK, SP and SHS have declared criminal cases against themselves in their affidavits.

Dr Bandi Partha Saradhi (TRS) have the highest asset of Rs 5300 crore, followed by Kapil Sibbal (IND) with 608 crores and Vikramjit Singh Sahney (AAP) with 498 crores. Among the major parties, the average assets for 22 BJP MPs are Rs 18.00 crores, 9 INC MPs are Rs 62.89 crores, 4 YSRCP MPs are Rs 88.00 crores, 3 DMK MPs are Rs.5.26 crores, 3 BJD MPs are Rs.4.21 crores, 2 TRS MPs is Rs.2712.16 crores, 2 AAP MPs is Rs.249.24 crores, 2 RJD MPs are Rs.10.86 crores, 2 AIADMK MPs is Rs.2.31 crores and 2 Independent MPs is Rs. 499.61 crores.

Then 8 (14%) MPs have declared their education qualification to be between 8th pass and 12th pass, while 23 (40%) MPs have declared having an educational qualification of graduate or graduate professional. 17 (30%) MPs have declared themselves to be postgraduates while 7 (12%) MPs have declared they are Doctorates and 2 MPs have declared Diploma.

Also, 30 (53%) MPs have declared their age to be between 31 and 60 years while 27 (47%) MPs have declared their age to be between 61 and 81 years. The oldest MP is Thiru. S. Kalyanasundaram aged 81 years from Tamil Nadu and the youngest MP is Mohd. Imaran Khan aged 34 from Maharashtra.

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