BJP candidate from Govindpura Vidhan Sabha constituency, Krishna Gaur owns over 1 kilogram gold worth Rs 32 lakh. Filing her nomination papers on Friday, Gaur, the daughter-in-law former chief minister, declared her movable and immovable assets stating that she owns a commercial space in MP Nagar worth Rs 4 crore, a house in Danish Kunj(Kolar) worth Rs 55.5 lakh and a plot worth Rs 68 lakh in Misrod. She also owns Honda city car.
Girish Sharma of Congress contesting in his affidavit declared possession of 5 tola gold, while his wife has 12 tola gold in credit of his wife. He owns a Scorpio worth Rs 13.5 lakh and bolero worth Rs 5.5 lakh. He owns two residential accommodations worth Rs 1.05 crore. However, he also has Rs 25 lakh housing loan and Rs 23 lakh house loan liabilities.
Congress candidate Arif Aqueel owns immovable properties including 15 acre land, houses and commercial area (near Laxmi Talkies) worth Rs 1.18 crore. Besides, he also declared property including 7 acre agriculture land and house worth Rs 50 lakh in name of his wife. While he has a jeep, gypsy in his name, his wife owns a tractor. Aqueel also has Rs 6 lakh in SBI Bhopal and Rs 2 lakh in SBI, Salamatpur, Raisen branch.
Congress candidate Arif Masood owns a 12-bore double barrel gun. He has cases against him like attempt to murder (Section 307) and riot (section 147,148 and 149). He own insurance policy and vehicles worth Rs 62 lakh and Rs 28 lakh in his wife’s name. He also declared agriculture land and accommodations (Khanugaon and Shahjahanabad) worth Rs 1.5 crore. BJP candidate Surendra Nath owns agriculture land and godown worth Rs 5 crore while his wife owns land and godown worth Rs4.8 crore. His wife has liabilities of Rs 38 lakh while he himself owns liabilities of Rs 7 lakh.