Prime Minister Modi's wealth has increased in one year, Amit Shah's has decreased! Learn the full details


Bangla Hunt Desk: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's assets have increased by Rs 36 lakh in 2020 as compared to 2019. However, Home Minister Amit Shah's assets have declined this year compared to last year. According to the latest property declaration issued by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, his total assets as on June 30, 2020 were Rs 2.85 crore. Last year, his assets were 2 crore 49 lakhs.

However, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's immovable property has not changed. The Prime Minister said that there are plots and houses worth Rs 1 crore 1 lakh in Gandhi Nagar, Gujarat. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had Rs 3 lakh 36 thousand in his bank account on June 30. He kept 31,450 rupees in cash at the end of June.

The fixed deposit amount of the Prime Minister at the State Bank of India branch in Gandhi Nagar has increased to Tk 1 crore 80 lakh 26 thousand 39 on June 30, 2020. The last amount was 1 crore 26 lakh 61 thousand 574 rupees. He himself made this announcement in his affidavit given in the Lok Sabha elections.

According to reports, the Prime Minister has no debts and no car of his own. She has four gold rings. He paid a premium of Rs 1 lakh 50 thousand 958 for his life insurance policy. The Prime Minister had a National Savings Certificate of 7 lakh 71 thousand 746 rupees. And he has paid the premium of 1 lakh 90 thousand 348 rupees as his life insurance premium.

On the other hand, Home Minister Amit Shah's assets were worth Rs 32.2 crore last year. It has come down to Tk 26.73 crore in June 2020. According to the announcement, Amit Shah has 10 immovable properties with a total value of Rs 13.58 crore. He has a cash balance of Tk 15,614 and a bank balance of Tk 1 crore. There is a life insurance policy of Rs 13.47 lakh. There is a fixed deposit of Rs 2.69 lakh. And there is jewelery worth Rs 44.48 lakh. Amit Shah's assets have declined in 2020 due to the collapse of the stock market.

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