Manipur Election Watch (MEW) of 54 MLAs

Executive Summary

  • Recontesting MLAs: Manipur Election Watch (MEW) and Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) have analyzed the affidavits of 54 MLAs recontesting in the 2017 Manipur Assembly Elections.
  • Average Assets in 2012 Elections: The average assets of these 54 re-contesting MLAs from various parties in 2012 was Rs 95.95 lakhs (Rs 95,78,075).
  • Average Assets in 2017 Elections: The average assets of these 54 re-contesting MLAs in 2017 is Rs 1.58 crores (Rs 1,58,35,320).
  • Average Asset change from 2012 to 2017: The average assets of these 54 re- contesting MLAs, between the Manipur Elections of 2012 and 2017 has increased by Rs. 62.39 lakhs (Rs. 62,39,559).
  • Percentage change in assets from 2012 to 2017:   The average percentage increase in assets for these 54 re-contesting MLAs is 65%.

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

·         Highest growth in Assets from 2012 to 2017 ( Sort by Increase in Rs):

S.No.

Name

Party in Manipur 2017

Party in Manipur 2012

District

Constituency in Manipur 2017

Constituency in Manipur 2012

Assets in Manipur 2017( in Rs)

Assets in Manipur 2012( in Rs)

Asset Increase(in Rs)

% Increase in Asset

1.         

Moirangthem Okendro

INC

INC

THOUBAL

HEIROK

HEIROK

5,49,76,419
5 Crore+

1,64,24,800
1 Crore+

3,85,51,619
3 Crore+

235%

2.         

Kshetrimayum Biren Singh

INC

INC

IMPHAL EAST

LAMLAI

LAMLAI

8,92,65,173
8 Crore+

5,22,22,431
5 Crore+

3,70,42,742
3 Crore+

71%

3.         

Rajkumar Imo Singh

INC

MSCP

IMPHAL WEST

SAGOLBAND

SAGOIBAND

4,87,21,075
4 Crore+

2,72,29,488
2 Crore+

2,14,91,587
2 Crore+

79%

Table 1: Highest growth in Assets (Top 3)

  • Average asset change of re-contesting MLAs: Party-Wise: Following table illustrates the party wise assortment of the average increase in assets of the re-contesting MLAs:             

                                                                                                                 

S.No.

Party in Manipur 2017

Total Number of Winners

Average Assets in Manipur 2017

Average Assets in Manipur 2012

Average Asset Increase

Average% Increase in Asset

1.         

INC

40

1,74,87,965

1 Crore+

1,04,52,696

1 Crore +

70,35,268

70 lakhs +

67%

2.        

BJP

7

1,23,21,846

1 Crore +

68,08,581

68 lakhs +

55,13,265

55 lakhs +

81%

3.        

Naga Peoples Front

5

1,01,48,395

1 Crore+

61,24,730

61 lakhs +

40,23,665

40 lakhs +

66%

4.        

LJP

1

37,86,768

37 lakhs+

9,55,000

9 lakhs +

28,31,768

28 lakhs +

297%

5.         

National Peoples Party

1

1,48,07,004

1 Crore+

2,08,24,499

2 Crore+

-6017495

-29%

 

GRAND TOTAL

54

1,58,35,320

1 Crore +

95,95,760

95 Lakhs +

62,39,559

62 lakhs+

65%

Table 2: Average Asset change of Re-contesting MLAs – Party-wise

Thanks & Regards

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+91 80103 94248

Email: adr@adrindia.org

Maj.Gen. Anil Verma (Retd)

Head

National Election Watch,

Association for Democratic Reforms

011 4165 4200,

+91 88264 79910

adr@adrIndia.org,

anilverma@adrindia.org

Prof Jagdeep Chhokar

IIM Ahmedabad (Retd.)

Founder Member,

National Election Watch, Association for Democratic

Reforms

+91 99996 20944

jchhokar@gmail.com

Prof Trilochan Sastry

IIM Bangalore

Founder Member,

National Election Watch,

Association for Democratic Reforms

+91 94483 53285

trilochans@iimb.ernet.in

Association for Democratic Reforms
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