New Delhi: AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal owns assets worth about Rs.2 crore, nearly Rs.5 lakh less since his last declaration in 2014 for the Lok Sabha polls, while BJP's chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi declared assets worth Rs.11.65 crore.
Congress campaign panel chief Ajay Maken put his wealth at over Rs.13 crore in the affidavit he filed along with his nomination papers Wednesday.
In his affidavit to the Election Commission, Kejriwal said his movable and immovable assets were worth Rs.94.26 lakh, while the assets of both these types of his wife was worth over Rs.1.15 crore, including gold and silver of about Rs.9 lakh.
The former Delhi chief minister and his wife own properties in the National Capital Region worth over Rs.1.85 crore.
According to details provided by Bedi, she has movable and immovable assets worth Rs.11.04 crore while her husband's assets were worth Rs.61.35 lakh.
With three flats in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh worth Rs.6.05 crore, the value of her land in Pune has been put at Rs.1.6 crore and that in Gurgaon at Rs.25 lakh.
Congress leader Maken and his wife declared movable and immovable assets worth Rs.11.4 crore.
There was Rs.2.5 lakh in cash at his disposal while his wife has Rs.13,800. However, their balance in the bank, including their investments, was over Rs.1.9 crore.
The three candidates Wednesday filed nomination papers along with the declaration of their assets for the upcoming polls in the national capital. Delhi will vote Feb 7, while ballots will be counted Feb 10.