Which Party Has More Crorepati Netas In Rajya Sabha? All You Need To Know

A recent analysis by the poll rights body ADR has shed light on concerning statistics regarding the Rajya Sabha, with 33 percent of its 225 sitting members found to have declared criminal cases against themselves. Additionally, 14 percent of these MPs are billionaires, according to the report.
Crorepatis Netas In Rajya Sabha

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A recent analysis by the poll rights body ADR has shed light on concerning statistics regarding the Rajya Sabha, with 33 percent of its 225 sitting members found to have declared criminal cases against themselves. Additionally, 14 percent of these MPs are billionaires, according to the report.
The report disclosed that out of the analysed 225 Rajya Sabha members, 75 (33 percent) have criminal cases filed against them, while 40 (18 percent) are facing serious criminal charges. Furthermore, the cumulative assets of these sitting MPs stand at Rs 19,602 crore.
According to the report, 31 of the sitting members, constituting 14 percent, are billionaires.
Delving into the asset distribution among Rajya Sabha members, the analysis uncovered a substantial gap in asset holdings across different political parties. The average assets per MP were found to be Rs 87.12 crore.
Among the major political parties, the analysis revealed disparities in asset holdings. For instance, 10 percent of the BJP's 90 Rajya Sabha members declared assets valued over Rs 100 crore, compared to 14 percent of the Congress's 28 members, 45 percent of the YSRCP's 11 members, 20 percent of the AAP's 10 members, 75 percent of the TRS's 4 members, and 33 percent of the RJD's 6 members.
Breaking down the average assets per MP by party, the figures are as follows: BJP - Rs 37.34 crore, Congress - Rs 40.70 crore, TMC - Rs 10.25 crore, YSRCP - Rs 357.68 crore, TRS - Rs 1,383.74 crore, DMK - Rs 6.37 crore, and AAP - Rs 114.81 crore.
The cumulative assets for each party's analysed MPs also vary significantly, with BJP at Rs 3,360 crore, Congress at Rs 1,139 crore, YSRCP at Rs 3,934 crore, TRS at Rs 5,534 crore, and AAP at Rs 1,148 crore.
(With Inputs From PTI Agency)
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