Veteran CPI-M leader and former Kerala Chief Minister V S Achuthananthan has declared that he has Rs 1.02 lakh in bank accounts and Rs 3,000 cash in hand.
Achuthanandan, in his affidavit filed along with the nomination for the May 16 assembly polls from Malampuzha in Palakkad district, said he owns 10 cents of agriculture land in hometown Punnapara in Alappuzha and a 2,500 sq feet building.
He said his wife Vasumathi has total assets including gold jewellery worth Rs 16.70 lakh.
He stated that he has shares worth Rs 5,000 in Kairali TV channel supported by the party.
Meanwhile, Pinarayi Vijayan, CPI-M Politburo member and party candidate from Dharmadam in Kannur in his affidavit declared that he has total movable property worth Rs 2.78 lakh while immovable assets are worth Rs 51.95 lakh.
Total movable asset in the name of his wife Kamala comes to around Rs 17.41 lakh, including gold ornaments worth Rs 2.20 lakh.
Her immovable property stood at Rs 35 lakh, as per the affidavit.
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