Congress candidate Priya Dutt, who is contesting the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections from Mumbai North-Central constituency, is worth Rs 37 crore, according to the affidavit submitted by her while filing her nomination in Mumbai on Wednesday.
Congress Member of Parliament Milind Deora, who filed his nomination from Mumbai South, has assets worth Rs 17.18 crore while his rival and and Shiv Sena candidate Mohan Rawale has assets worth Rs 1.17 crore.
BJP nominee Kirit Somaiya, who filed his papers from Mumbai North-East seat, declared assets worth Rs 5.19 crore.
Dutt filed her nomination form at the collectorate office in suburban Bandra while Deora and Rawale filed thier nominations at the south Mumbai's collectorate office. The movable assets of Rs 5.31 crore declared by Priya include her own and those of her spouse and dependents.
The assets include cash, bonds, debentures, LIC, four motor vehicles, jewellery and other valuables. Priya's immovable assets are worth Rs 31.77 crore that include agricultural lands, commercial and residential buildings, houses and apartments in suburban Bandra. Her liabilities are Rs 1.47 lakh which include loans from banks and financial institutions.
Deora, along with his spouse, has movable assets worth Rs 17.18 crore in cash, deposits in banks and financial institutions, bonds, debentures, postal savings, LIC policies, three cars, jewellery and other assets. Deora neither has any immovable assets nor any liabilities.
The movable assets of Rawale, his spouse and a dependent are worth Rs 33.96 lakh which include a car, cash, deposits in banks and financial institutions, bonds, debentures, postal savings, LIC policies, jewellery and other valuables, Rawale's immovable assets are worth Rs 83.33 lakh and they consist of agricultural and non-agricultural land, houses and an apartment. His liabilities are nil.