Election Watch have analysed the self-sworn affidavits of all the nine winners. Of the nine, eight are crorepatis.
They have Rs 28.9 crore worth of assets on average. Thackeray declared most assets among the winners — worth Rs 143.26 crore.
The chief minister was followed by Ranjitsinh Mohite-Patil (BJP) with assets worth Rs 50 crore and Shashikant Shinde (NCP) with assets worth Rs 39 crore.
Most have reported that their income sourced from agriculture and allied activities or business. But in Thackeray’s case, his income is from salary, interest, dividend and capital Gain. Thackeray’s income in 2018-19 was around Rs 38 lakh.
All the winners are tax filers and have PAN Cards.
Data & Text: Association for Democratic Reforms