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MyNeta | Candidate Affidavits for Elections in India | Criminal, Financial, Educational, Income, Professon Details of candidates MPs & MLAs | Information from ADR and National Election Watch




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    Lok Sabha Election

    Lok Sabha Election 2014 Lok Sabha Election 2009 Lok Sabha Election 2004

    Asset Declaration of Union Council of Ministers

    Asset Declarations as per affidavit available on PM office's website 2016
    Asset Declarations as per affidavit available on PM office's website 2015
    Asset Declarations as per affidavit available on PM office's website 2014
    Asset Declarations as per affidavit available on PM office's website 2013
    Asset Declarations as per affidavit available on PM office's website 2012
    Asset Declarations as per affidavit available on PM office's website 2011

    Rajya Sabha

    Criminal & Asset declarations as per affidavit submitted to EC at time of RS election

    Rajya Sabha 2009 Asset Declarations (As per declaration made to Rajya Sabha Secretariat)

    Register of Interests

    Rajya Sabha Members Register of Interest (contains details of business and financial interests of RS MPs in the form of directorships, shareholdings, remunerated activity, consulting services and professional engagements)

    State Assemblies

    Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chattisgarh Delhi Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu And Kashmir Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Odisha Puducherry Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Telangana Tripura Uttarakhand Uttar Pradesh West Bengal

    Disclaimer: The primary source for the data used for these reports is the sworn affidavits provided by the candidates themselves. Sheer volume of data that has to be read from the affidavits that are often poorly scanned and the lightning speed at which these reports have to be brought out makes it quite difficult to ensure accuracy of every bit of data. In case of any discrepancy in our reports vis a vis the original affidavit of any candidate, the original affidavit should be considered accurate. If you notice any discrepancies between affidavit and our report kindly let us know and we will fix them on our end as soon as possible.