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54 crorepati MLAs in Arunachal assembly; Pema Khandu Rs.129 crore

Here's a list of 54 crorepati MLAs won the 2014 Assamebly election in Arunachal Pradesh. 

Chief Minister Pema Khandu declared 129 crore 75 lakh 6 thousand and 14 rupees  (Rs 1,29,57,56,014/-) stood 2nd to Palin MLA Takam Pario.

These declaration were made in their election affidavits in 2014 assembly election.

Sno

Candidate

Constituency

Party

Criminal Case

Education

Total Assets

1

Takam Pario

PALIN

INC

3

10th Pass

Rs 1,87,56,08,255
~ 187 Crore+

   

2

Pema Khandu

MUKTO

INC

0

Graduate

Rs 1,29,57,56,014
~ 129 Crore+

   

3

Tsering Tashi

TAWANG

IND

0

Graduate Professional

Rs 96,43,40,351
~ 96 Crore+

   

4

Gojen Gadi

BASAR

INC

0

Literate

Rs 89,71,74,600
~ 89 Crore+

   

5

Kameng Dolo

PAKKE-KESSANG

INC

0

10th Pass

Rs 27,54,92,230
~ 27 Crore+

   

6

Chowna Mein

LEKANG

INC

0

Graduate

Rs 27,28,11,496
~ 27 Crore+

   

7

Nabam Rebia

DOIMUKH

INC

0

Graduate Professional

Rs 26,49,01,155
~ 26 Crore+

   

8

Kumar Waii

BAMENG

INC

0

10th Pass

Rs 19,56,21,809
~ 19 Crore+

   

9

Lombo Tayeng

MEBO

INC

0

Graduate

Rs 17,12,74,566
~ 17 Crore+

   

10

Karya Bagang

CHAYANGTAJO

INC

0

8th Pass

Rs 14,50,13,407
~ 14 Crore+

   

11

Nikh Kamin

BORDUMSA

PPA

3

Graduate

Rs 13,63,25,739
~ 13 Crore+

   

12

Jomde Kena

LIKABALI

INC

0

8th Pass

Rs 11,59,20,741
~ 11 Crore+

   

13

Nabam Tuki

SAGALEE

INC

0

Graduate

Rs 11,55,93,264
~ 11 Crore+

   

14

Zingnu Namchoom

NAMSAI

INC

0

Graduate

Rs 11,17,40,109
~ 11 Crore+

   

15

Jambey Tashi

LUMLA

INC

0

Graduate

Rs 10,14,76,000
~ 10 Crore+

   

16

Likha Saaya

YACHULI

INC

2

12th Pass

Rs 9,59,07,067
~ 9 Crore+

   

17

Olom Panyang

MARIYANG-GEKU

BJP

0

10th Pass

Rs 8,48,84,780
~ 8 Crore+

   

18

Tage Taki

ZIRO-YACHULI

BJP

0

Graduate Professional

Rs 7,88,03,599
~ 7 Crore+

   

19

Smt Gum Tayeng

DAMBUK

INC

0

Graduate Professional

Rs 6,55,77,232
~ 6 Crore+

   

20

Mutchu Mithi

ROING

INC

0

Graduate

Rs 6,15,72,337
~ 6 Crore+

   

21

Wanglin Lowangdong

BORDURIA- BOGAPANI

INC

0

Graduate

Rs 5,63,54,467
~ 5 Crore+

   

22

Tapang Taloh

PANGING

INC

0

Graduate Professional

Rs 5,46,53,000
~ 5 Crore+

   

23

Tenzing Norbu Thongdok

KALAKTANG

INC

0

Graduate Professional

Rs 5,41,47,379
~ 5 Crore+

   

24

Phurpa Tsering

DIRANG

INC

0

12th Pass

Rs 5,40,36,205
~ 5 Crore+

   

25

Techi Kaso

ITANAGAR

INC

0

Illiterate

Rs 4,91,60,000
~ 4 Crore+

   

26

Kalikho Pul

HAYULIANG

INC

0

Graduate

Rs 4,67,44,449
~ 4 Crore+

   

27

Mama Natung

SEPPA WEST

INC

0

12th Pass

Rs 4,65,89,575
~ 4 Crore+

   

28

Newlai Tingkhatra

KANUBARI

INC

0

Graduate

Rs 4,15,54,288
~ 4 Crore+

   

29

Jarkar Gamlin

ALONG EAST

INC

1

10th Pass

Rs 4,15,09,209
~ 4 Crore+

   

30

Japu Deru

BOMDILA

BJP

0

Graduate

Rs 4,04,81,062
~ 4 Crore+

   

31

Phosum Khimhum

CHANGLANG SOUTH

INC

0

12th Pass

Rs 3,91,72,098
~ 3 Crore+

   

32

Jarbom Gamlin

LIROMOBA

INC

0

Graduate Professional

Rs 3,42,00,000
~ 3 Crore+

   

33

Kumsi Sidisow

THRIZINO-BURAGAON

INC

0

Graduate

Rs 3,36,40,321
~ 3 Crore+

   

34

Rajesh Tacho

ANINI

INC

0

10th Pass

Rs 2,91,56,000
~ 2 Crore+

   

35

Dasanglu Pul

HAYULIANG (ST) : BYE ELECTION ON 19-11-2016

BJP

0

12th Pass

Rs 2,85,90,366
~ 2 Crore+

   

36

Tanga Byaling

NACHO

INC

0

10th Pass

Rs 2,85,80,000
~ 2 Crore+

   

37

Chow Tewa Mein

CHOWKHAM

INC

0

Graduate

Rs 2,79,98,803
~ 2 Crore+

   

38

Tapuk Taku

SEPPA EAST

INC

2

12th Pass

Rs 2,79,52,279
~ 2 Crore+

   

39

Er. Markio Tado

TALI

INC

0

Graduate Professional

Rs 2,51,05,000
~ 2 Crore+

   

40

Tamar Murtem

RAGA

BJP

0

Graduate

Rs 2,39,50,000
~ 2 Crore+

   

41

Kento Rina

NARI KOYU

BJP

0

Graduate Professional

Rs 2,30,63,349
~ 2 Crore+

   

42

Paknga Bage

DUMPORIJO

IND

0

Graduate

Rs 2,20,88,618
~ 2 Crore+

   

43

Thangwang Wangham

LONGDING-PUMAO

INC

0

Graduate

Rs 2,12,74,000
~ 2 Crore+

   

44

Pani Taram

KOLORIANG

PPA

0

Graduate

Rs 2,08,50,000
~ 2 Crore+

   

45

Tatung Jamoh

PASIGHAT WEST

INC

0

Graduate

Rs 1,96,70,587
~ 1 Crore+

   

46

Wangki Lowang

NAMSANG

INC

0

Graduate

Rs 1,96,09,898
~ 1 Crore+

   

47

Tesam Pongte

CHANGLANG NORTH

BJP

0

Graduate

Rs 1,93,68,805
~ 1 Crore+

   

48

Kamlung Mosang

MIAO

INC

0

Graduate Professional

Rs 1,85,14,096
~ 1 Crore+

   

49

Kaling Moyong

PASIGHAT EAST

BJP

0

12th Pass

Rs 1,68,93,233
~ 1 Crore+

   

50

Nyamar Karbak

LIROMOBA : BYE- ELECTION ON 13-02-2015

INC

0

Post Graduate

Rs 1,62,28,000
~ 1 Crore+

   

51

Bamang Felix

NYAPIN

INC

0

12th Pass

Rs 1,11,49,034
~ 1 Crore+

   

52

Honchun Ngandam

PONGCHAU-WAKKA

INC

0

Graduate

Rs 1,05,81,892
~ 1 Crore+

   

53

Tumke Bagra

ALONG WEST

BJP

0

Graduate

Rs 1,02,28,329
~ 1 Crore+

   

54

Tamiyo Taga

RUMGONG

BJP

0

Graduate

Rs 1,02,28,329
~ 1 Crore+

   

 

Sourcehttp://www.myneta.info/arunachal2014/index.php?action=show_winners 

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