8 out of 29 cabinet ministers declared assets, PM does not have immovable property, has donated land

Pankaj Prasad
Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has total assets of Rs 2.23 crore and most of these are deposited in banks.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has total assets of Rs 2.23 crore and most of these are deposited in banks. He does not own any immovable property. He has donated a part of his land in Gandhinagar. This information was given on the website of PMO on Tuesday. According to the information, Prime Minister Modi has no investment in bonds, shares or mutual funds, but he has four gold rings, which are worth Rs 1.73 lakh.

PM Modi does not have immovable property

Modi's movable assets increased by Rs 26.13 lakh from a year ago, but he does not have any immovable assets, which were worth Rs 1.1 crore as on March 31, 2021. Of the 29 members of Prime Minister Modi's cabinet, eight have declared assets of themselves and their dependents.

PM's total assets increased by only "26 lakhs" in one year

Net worth2,23,82,504

Total Cash Amount 35,250

Deposited in the post office9,05,105

Life Insurance Policy1,89,305

Four Gold Ring1.73 Lakh

Modi donated his residential land

When Modi was the Chief Minister of Gujarat, he had bought a residential land in October 2022 and he jointly owned it with three others and all had an equal share in it. According to the latest information, there was a joint stake with three others on the real estate survey number 401/a and each of them had a share of 25 per cent. He does not own this 25 percent as it has been donated.

Know the assets of these cabinet ministers

Defense Minister Rajnath Singh is also among other colleagues of Prime Minister Modi's cabinet who have declared their assets. Singh has movable and immovable assets worth Rs 2.54 crore and Rs 2.97 crore as on March 31, 2022. Among all the 29 members of the Modi cabinet, Dharmendra Pradhan, Jyotiraditya Scindia, RK Singh, Hardeep Singh Puri, Purshottam Rupala and G Reddy have declared the assets of themselves and their dependents. Former Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi has also declared his assets for the last financial year. He resigned from the post in July.