Sunday, May 19, 2024
spot_img

BJP’s Hyderabad candidate has assets of Rs 221 crore

Date:

Share post:

spot_img
spot_img

Hyderabad, April 24: BJP’s candidate for the Hyderabad Lok Sabha seat, Kompella Madhavi Latha owns family assets of Rs 221.37 crore, making her one of the richest candidates in Telangana.

She, her husband Kompella Viswanath, both business persons, and their three dependent children, have movable assets of Rs 165.46 crore and the couple has immovable assets of Rs.55.91 crore.

Madhavi Latha revealed details of the family assets in an affidavit submitted to the Election Commission on Wednesday while filing her nomination. The 49-year-old, who resides in the twin city of Secunderabad, recently joined the BJP and is making her electoral debut.

She declared that she has movable assets of Rs 31.31 crore including investment of Rs.25.20 crore in listed and unlisted companies. She has investments of Rs 7.80 crore in Virinchi Ltd. She also owns gold jewellery worth Rs 3.78 crore.

Her husband has movable assets of Rs 88.31 crore including shares worth Rs 52.36 crore in Virinchi Ltd. Their three dependent children also own total movable assets of over Rs 45 crore.

The BJP candidate also owns immovable assets of Rs 6.32 crore while the value of her husband’s immovable assets is Rs 49.59 crore.

The assets include non-agriculture land and commercial and residential buildings in and around Hyderabad.

Madhavi Latha has liabilities of Rs 90 lakh while her husband’s liabilities stand at Rs 26.13 crore. Her income during 2022-23 was Rs 3.76 lakh while it was Rs 1.22 crore during 2021-22.

Viswanath’s income during 2022-23 was Rs 2.82 crore while the same was Rs 6.86 crore during 2021-22.

The BJP candidate faces one criminal case. The case was registered against her last week at Begum Bazar Police Station under Indian Penal Code (IPC) section 295-A. The allegation against her is that she made a gesture of drawing an imaginary arrow and shooting at the Masjid located at the circle of Siddi Amber Bazar.

IANS

spot_img
spot_img

Related articles

International Day for Biological Diversity: A day of realisation

Dr. Uttam Saikia underscores the importance and value in conserving biodiversity and its multifaceted impact on our future. The...

TRIP TO RHINE FALLS, SWITZERLAND

Rhine Falls is an out-of-the-world experience. It has unforgettable sights at the largest waterfall in Europe. It’s a...

Junk food impacts Children’s mental health?

While the association between junk food -- rich in sugar, salt, and unhealthy fats -- doctors on Tuesday...

Kidspace

Antareepa Baruah, Class III, B.K. Bajoria Yuvaan Agarwal, Class II, BDW International School Daniyaal Aamir, Class III, St. Mary's School,...