Rahul Gandhi, the scion of Nehru-Gandhi family and MP from Amethi Parliamentary constituency, has moveable and immovable assets worth around 2.25 crore, including two farm houses and shops in New Delhi.
As per the affidavit filed by Rahul before the district electoral officer of Sultanpur on Saturday while filing his nomination papers for Amethi Lok Sabha constituency, he declared he owns two farm houses — one at Mehrauli in New Delhi and another in Faridabad district of Haryana.
His Indira Gandhi Farm House at Mehrauli, which was worth Rs 9.86 lakh as on March 31, 2008, is spread over an area of 4,692 acre. Rahul has an undemarcated share of 50% in the farm house.
Similarly, his another farm house Mauja-Hasanpur village of Faridabad district is spread over an area more than six acre with a value of Rs 28.22 lakh.
Among commercial properties, he owns two shops at Metropolitan Mall at Saket in New Delhi with a total cost of Rs 1.63 crore.
Rahul has cash Rs 70,000, besides Rs 7,744 deposited in SBI, 7.42 lakh in Citi Bank and another Rs 3.41 lakh in the HDFC Bank.
Though, he does not hold bonds, debentures and shares in companies, Rahul invested Rs 10.29 lakh in other financial instruments like NSS postal savings and LIC policies etc.
Gandhi paid Rs 5,32,596 as Sales Tax and a total of Rs 97,115 as Property Tax.
Source : PTI