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‘Murder and theft’: Newcomers to Modi’s cabinet are not retailers, 90 per cent are millionaires


Highlight:

  • Criminal cases against 42 percent.
  • Cases against 4 ministers.
  • It is reported that 90 percent of them are millionaires.

New Delhi: The first cabinet reshuffle of the second Narendra Modi government has been completed after months of discussions. The cabinet reshuffle comes ahead of assembly elections in five states in 2022. But a report released by the Association for Democratic Reforms shows that criminal cases are still pending against 42 percent of the new cabinet.

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As many as 43 ministers, including 36 newcomers, have been appointed as part of the Modi government. Of these, 24 ministers have serious criminal cases against them. They are facing charges of murder, attempted murder and theft. According to the report, 90 per cent of the ministers are crorepatis.

Jyotiraditya Scindia has the largest assets in the Union Cabinet. He has assets worth Rs 379 crore. The assets of the four ministers are over Rs 50 crore. Piyush Goyal (95 crore), Narayan Rane (87 crore) and Rajiv Chandrasekhar (64 crore) are the billionaires in the cabinet.

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Minister V Muraleedharan from Kerala has Rs 27 lakh in his name. Pratima Bhowmick (6 lakhs) from Tripura has the lowest assets. Of the 56 ministers in the first cabinet of the Narendra Modi government, 39 per cent had registered criminal cases. 91% of the ministers were millionaires.

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