In the recent elections in Assam, 7 percent of ministers declared criminal cases against them. Meanwhile, the average assets of the 14 ministers were Rs 4.78 crores. Meanwhile, 88 per cent of the ministers in the new government formed in Tamil Nadu have criminal cases, while their assets amount to Rs. 11.71 crore. This was revealed in the most recent report of the Association for Democratic Reform (ADR).
28 of the 32 ministers (88 percent) in Tamil Nadu have declared criminal cases against themselves. Meanwhile, 16 ministers announced criminal cases against themselves. According to the dispute settlement report, 31 out of 32 (97 percent) ministers are millionaires. Average assets of the 32 ministers are Rs 11.71 crores. Among the ministers who announced the maximum assets, R. of the Ranipet department. Gandhi announced the highest asset at Rs 47.94 crore. Among the ministers announcing the lowest assets, Manothangraj T of Padmanabhapuram constituency announced the lowest assets at Rs 23.39 lakh.
The ministers declared their educational qualifications between the eighth and twelfth, while 23 ministers declared that their educational qualifications are university and higher. 4 ministers declared their ages between 25 and 50, while 23 ministers declared their educational qualifications as university students and above, while 27 ministers declared their ages between 51 and 80 years old. One minister declared 83 years old. There are 2 women out of 32 in the Tamil Nadu Association elections.
One percent of the ministers in Assam have announced criminal cases against themselves. 1 The Minister declared himself a serious criminal case. Of the 14 ministers, 12 are crorepatis. The average assets of the 14 ministers are Rs 4.78 crores. Among the Ministers announcing maximum assets, Hemant Biswa Sarma of Jalkubari circuit announced the highest assets at Rs 17.27 crore. Among the ministers announcing the lowest assets, Sanjay Kishan of Tinsukia Department announced the lowest assets at Rs 55.35 lakh. A total of 11 ministers claimed their responsibility, which declared Himanta Pessoa Sarma of Galcopari Department the highest responsibility of Rs 3.51 crore.
Two ministers declared their educational qualifications in the period between the tenth and twelfth, while 12 ministers declared that their educational qualifications are graduating and above. Eleven ministers declared that they are between 41 and 60 years old, while 3 ministers declared that they are between 61 and 70 years old. 1 of 14 women ministers in Assam state assembly elections.