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LOK SABHA

ELECTION WATCH
2009
A COMPENDIUM OF STATE ELECTION
WATCH REPORTS
CONTENTS
Foreword ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 1
Acknowledgment ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 2
Selected media coverage of NEW/ADR reports .................................................................................................................................... 5
The Lok Sabha 2009 Elections - An Introduction ................................................................................................................................... 9
National level analysis for Lok Sabha 2009 elections ............................................................................................................... 21
Analysis of the frst list of cabinet ministers ................................................................................................................................ 69
Re-elected MPs and MPs who recontested but lost Asset comparison .......................................................................... 81
Full asset details for MPs Lok Sabha 2009 .......................................................................................................................................... 107
Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009 ............................................................................................ 143
State Election Watch Reports
Andaman & Nicobar Islands .............................................................................................................................................. 1. ....... 233-236
Andhra Pradesh............ .............................................................................................................................................................. 2. ....... 239-268
Arunachal Pradesh ................................................................................................................................................................. 3. ...... 271-273
Assam .. 4. ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 277-295
Bihar ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 5. ....... 299-340
Chandigarh................................................................................................................................................................................... 6. ....... 343-345
Chhattisgarh.......................................................................................................................................................................... 7. ....... 349-368
Dadra & Nagar Haveli 8. ................................................................................................................................................................... 371-374
Daman & Diu ............................................................................................................................................................................. 9. ....... 377-379
Goa ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 10. ....... 383-391
Gujarat ................... .......................................................................................................................................................................... 11. ....... 395-431
Haryana .. 12. ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 435-456
Himachal Pradesh ................................................................................................................................................................... 13. ....... 459-470
Jammu & Kashmir ................................................................................................................................................................... 14. ....... 473-486
Jharkhand .................................................................................................................................................................................. 15. ....... 489-519
Karnataka 16. .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 523-557
Kerala ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 17. ....... 561-590
Lakshadweep .............................................................................................................................................................................. 18. ....... 593-595
Madhya Pradesh ........................................................................................................................................................................... 19. ....... 599-627
Maharashtra 20. ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 631-678
Manipur ................................ .......................................................................................................................................................... 21. ....... 681-684
Meghalaya ................................................................................................................................................................................... 22. ....... 687-689
Mizoram ................ .......................................................................................................................................................................... 23. ....... 693-695
Nagaland .. 24. ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 699-701
NCT of Delhi ............................................................................................................................................................................... 25. ....... 705-718
Orissa .................................... ............................................................................................................................................................... 26. ....... 721-747
Puducherry ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 27. ....... 751-753
Punjab 28. .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 757-780
Rajasthan ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 29. ....... 783-804
Sikkim .................................... .............................................................................................................................................................. 30. ....... 807-809
Tamil Nadu .................................................................................................................................................................................... 31. ....... 813-846
Tripura 32. ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 849-852
Uttar Pradesh .............................................................................................................................................................................. 33. ....... 855-908
Uttarakhand ....................... .............................................................................................................................................................. 34. ....... 911-922
West Bengal .................................................................................................................................................................................. 35. ....... 925-959
List of serious IPC sections .................................................................................................................................................................. 961
About ADR and NEW ............................................................................................................................................................................ 966
List of state coordinators ..................................................................................................................................................................... 972
Disclaimer .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 978
FOREWORD
Election Watch is now an omnibus nomenclature for voter enrolment, thoroughgoing candidate scrutiny
and disseminating the outcome for pre-poll voter consumption carried out by a growing host of civil
society groups in India. However the Lok Sabha 2009 National Election Watch report is the work of the
pioneers in the feld, the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) and the national network called
National Election Watch (NEW).
The report confrms our worst suspicions. MPs with criminal records are more numerous in 2009 (162) than
in 2004 (128), and so too those involved in heinous ofences such as dacoity, rape and murder (76:58).
MP crorepatis have doubled in number in 2009 (315) compared to 2004 (156). And the chances of
winning an election in 2009 progressively improved with the value of their assets (0.43% with assets under
Rs.10 lakhs to 32.65% with assets over Rs.5 crores). Yet election expenses continue to be absurdly under-
reported. An MP from Arunachal reportedly spent only Rs.10,000 while the freest spenders anywhere were
reportedly well within the Rs.25 lakh limit. Obviously in fear of admitting to a corrupt practice under the
law, and rendering their election liable to be declared null and void by the High Court.
I have had the unique pleasure of associating with ADR relentless, indefatigable and unbuyable academ-
ics - since it won from the Supreme Court additional items for incorporation in a candidates afdavit. All
this while I was in the Election commission. I now look forward to ADR and their associates attacking
candidates spending way above the ceiling instead of just reproducing the candidates version of how
much they spent. (In Andhra Pradesh it is popularly believed that a candidates expenditure for a Lok
Sabha election is at least Rs.5 crores). Pari passu the Election Commission would do well to dispense with
departmental fnancial observers and hire professionals to assess the expenses of individual candidates.
Mr. J.M. Lyngdoh
(Former Chief Election Commissioner of India)
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) and National Election Watch (NEW) expresses its sincere
gratitude to all the volunteers, individuals, groups and organizations who have helped directly or indirectly
in completion of this report. This volume would not have been possible without their contribution and
assistance.
We also want to thank Election Watch Group in various states as without their help this report would not
have attained its present form. Acknowledgements of Election Watch Groups of respective States are
provided along the state wise chapters.
This volume is dedicated to everyone responsible in making a contribution towards its completion,
irrespective of its magnitude. At last, but not the least, we convey our thanks to all those persons and
organizations whose untiring help, support as well as guidance enabled us to achieve our goal.
Selected Media
coverage of
NEW/ADR reports
5 SelectedmedlacoverageofNLwreports
6 APeportbyADP
7 SelectedmedlacoverageofNLwreports
8 APeportbyADP
9 TheLokSabha2009Llectlons-Anlntroductlon
7he Lok Sabha 2009 Iections- An introduction
Thls volume ls a collectlon of reports of Llectlonwatches conducted ln all 28 States and 7 UnlonTerrltorles
durlngtheLokSabha2009electlonsln|ndla.TheLokSabhaLlectlonswereheldlnthemonthsofAprll&May
2009 ln flve phases. |n a meetlng held ln Delhl prlor to these electlons, lt was declded to formally launch a
campalgn called Natlonal Llectlon watch (NLw) for brlnglng together all the state electlon watch groups.
NatlonalLlectlonwatchlsnowanatlonwldecampalgncomprlslngofmorethanl200organlzatlonsworklng
on electoral reforms and lmprovlng democracy and governance ln |ndla. Durlng Lok Sabha electlons whlle
somestateshadexlstlngandwell-establlshedgroupswhlchtookontheresponslbllltyofconductlngLlectlon
watches,lnsomeofthestateslndlvldualgroupsornetworksofgroupscametogetherforthlspurposeforthe
flrsttlme.ArepresentatlvellstoftheLlectlonwatchgroupslndlfferentstatesandthelrcontactlnformatlon
lsglvenattheendofthebook.
A number of workshops/ press conferences were conducted ln almost all states durlng Lok Sabha 2009
electlons.LlectlonwatchGroupslnsomeofthestatesalsoundertookanumberofotheractlvltlessuchas-
organlzlngcommonplatformswherecandldateswerelnvltedtocomeandlnteractwlththevoters,
voterawarenesscampalgns,
looklngoutforvlolatlonsoftheModelCodeofConductdurlngthecampalgn.
monltorlngofelectloncampalgnexpendlturebycandldates,and
electoralrollverlflcatlonandcorrectlon.
The efforts of Llectlon commlsslon ln maklng avallable the affldavlts of contestants to the publlc were
encouraglng. Orders were glven by the Llectlon Commlsslon to make avallable affldavlts wlthln 24 hours of
nomlnatlon.ThesewereuploadedonstateCLOwebsltesandweremadeavallablelnhardandsoftcoplesln
a number of states. Hence durlng the Lok Sabha 2009 electlons, the process of accesslng affldavlts was far
smootherthanearller.
Durlng these electlons, to reach masses lt was declded to effectlvely use |nformatlon Technology for data
dlssemlnatlon, data collatlon, generatlon of requlslte lnformatlon and data analysls. The Llectlon watch
groups ln all the States and Unlon Terrltorles collected coples of affldavlts flled by the candldates wlth
thelr nomlnatlon forms, summarlsed, collated, analysed the lnformatlon contalned ln the affldavlts, and
dlssemlnatedthatlnformatlonlnavarletyofways.
These electlons were lmportant because lt was for the flrst tlme that crlmlnal and flnanclal lnformatlon was
avallablefromtheaffldavltsofcontestantsfortwoconsecutlveLokSabhaelectlons.Thlsmadeposslblethe
comparatlve analysls of pendlng crlmlnal cases and asset declaratlons of recontestlng candldates for the
flrst tlme for Lok Sabha Llectlons. To do the above ln an efflclent and tlme bound manner, an onllne tool
wasdeveloped.|tturnedouttobeahugesuccesslntermsofmlnlmlzlngerrorsandensurlngeasyaccessto
lnformatlonlnuserfrlendlyformat.l4stateteamsand5centralteamsworkedtoenterthelnformatlonfrom
the affldavlts lnto the tool. Another lmportant component of thls entlre exerclse was to make sure that the
lnformatloncollatedfromtheaffldavltswasmadeavallabletothepeopleontlmetoensuredellberatlonsand
dlscusslons.Morethan70%affldavltswereavallableforpubllcscrutlnyatleast4daysbeforetheelectlons.
Anumberofstepsweretakenforwldedlssemlnatlonofdata.Theselncludedsettlngupofnewwebsltes
and lnltlatlng SMS and helpllne campalgns among others. Lasy to remember websltes were bullt to
l0 APeportbyADP
provlde user frlendly slmple lnformatlon for all contestlng candldates from all constltuencles. Our
websltes www.natlonalelectlonwatch.org and http://myneta.lnfo were updated wlth llve lnformatlon
of the contestlng candldates ln each phase of Lok Sabha polls. |n fact the slte http://myneta.lnfo had
morethanamllllonhltsstartlngfromzerodurlngtheLokSabhaelectlonsandqulcklyreachedlntotop
l0,000slteswlthrespecttohltsdurlngtheseelectlons.
Latest SMS technologles were used to run a country wlde SMS camaplgn to provlde crlmlnal, flnanclal
and educatlonal detalls of all contestlng candldates from thelr constltuency vla SMS to the users.The
numberofuserswhoutlllzedtheseservlcesreachedmorethanalakhdurlngthecampalgn.AHelpllne
campalgn was also lnltlated whereln, we started a natlonwlde toll free helpllne where lnformatlon
(crlmlnal,flnanclalandeducatlonal)glvenbycandldateslnthelraffldavltswasprovldedtothecallers.
|t ran as a full-fledged call center durlng Lok Sabha electlons. Uslng a total of about 25 llnes, between
Delhl,Mumbalandotherstates,weansweredaboutl000callsadaydurlngtheentlreelectlonperlod.
Por all our lnltlatlves we also got great support from the varlous medla organlzatlons. All our press
releaseswereextenslvelycoveredbythemedlaofalltypes-prlnt,web,radloetc.Thlsledtodellberatlons
anddlscusslonsandleadersofpolltlcalpartleswerequestlonedonlssuesofcrlmlnallsatlonandmlsuse
of money based on our reports all over the country. ADP and lts network partners were also part of
varlouspaneldlscusslonsanddebatesonlargenumberofTvchannels.
An overall summary of the coverage of the Llectlonwatches ls glven ln theTable l, and a summary of
theflndlngsoftheLlectlonwatcheslsglvenlnTable2.
7otaI Covered
in Iection
Watches
%Covered
in Iection
Watches
NumberofStates 28 28 l00%
NumberofUnlonTerrltorles 7 7 l00%
NumberofConstltuenclesln
alltheStatesandUTs
covered
543 543 l00%
NumberofCandldateslnall
theStatesandUTscovered
8070 78l0 96.77%
Number %
Candldateswlthpendlngcrlmlnal
cases
ll58 l5%`
Candldateswlthassetsofmorethan
Ps.lcrore
l249 l6%
Candldateswlth"Nll"Assets 244 3%
Candldateswlthllabllltlesofmore
thanPs.5lakhs
l056 l4%
CandldateswlthoutPAN 4863 62%
7abIe 1: Coverage by Iection Watches
7abIe 2: Findings of Iection Watches
`Percentagecalculatedwlth"No.ofCandldatesCovered(78l0)"asthedenomlnator
11 The Lok Sabha 2009 Elections- An introduction
The State-wise summary of the data contained in this volume is summarised in the Table 3 below. Summary
of coverage is also shown in the map given below.
It is hoped that the information contained in this volume will be of interest and use to everyone who has an
interest and a stake in the improvement of democracy and governance in the country.
S
No.
Name of
State/
Union
Territory
Total
Constitu-
encies
No. of Candidates Candidates
with pending
criminal cases
Candidates
with assets
more than Rs.
1 crore
Candidates
with NIL
assets
Candidates
with No PAN
Total Cov-
ered
% Count %* Count %* Count %* Count %*
STATES
1 Uttar
Pradesh
80 1368 1359 99% 221 16% 241 18% 12 1% 902 66%
2 Maharash-
tra
48 819 808 99% 146 18% 138 17% 45 6% 463 57%
3 Andhra
Pradesh
42 569 534 94% 60 11% 122 23% 61 11% 309 58%
4 West Ben-
gal
42 368 367 100% 49 13% 36 10% 11 3% 181 49%
5 Bihar 40 672 646 96% 178 28% 78 12% 5 1% 410 63%
6 Tamil
Nadu
39 823 767 93% 64 8% 94 12% 40 5% 558 73%
7 Madhya
Pradesh
29 429 429 100% 42 10% 43 10% 9 2% 327 76%
8 Karnataka 28 427 421 99% 47 11% 94 22% 26 6% 260 62%
9 Gujarat 26 359 359 100% 69 19% 47 13% 4 1% 204 57%
10 Rajasthan 25 346 346 100% 36 10% 56 16% 1 0% 185 53%
11 Orissa 21 157 156 99% 33 21% 27 17% 6 4% 83 53%
12 Kerala 20 217 217 100% 47 22% 19 9% 5 2% 180 83%
13 Assam 14 158 155 98% 12 8% 14 9% 1 1% 75 48%
14 Jharkhand 14 249 172 69% 54 31% 20 12% 0 0% 91 53%
15 Punjab 13 218 218 100% 19 9% 49 22% 2 1% 126 58%
16 Chhattis-
garh
11 178 173 97% 9 5% 8 5% 4 2% 138 80%
17 Haryana 10 210 204 97% 21 10% 61 30% 2 1% 124 61%
18 Jammu &
Kashmir
6 81 81 100% 4 5% 14 17% 4 5% 58 72%
19 Uttara-
khand
5 76 76 100% 11 14% 12 16% 0 0% 45 59%
20 Himachal
Pradesh
4 31 30 97% 1 3% 9 30% 0 0% 10 33%
21 Goa 2 18 18 100% 1 6% 6 33% 1 6% 4 22%
22 Arunachal
Pradesh
2 8 8 100% 1 13% 4 50% 0 0% 6 75%
23 Tripura 2 19 19 100% 2 11% 0 0% 1 5% 12 63%
12 A Report by ADR
S
No.
Name of
State/
Union Ter-
ritory
Total
Constitu-
encies
No. of Candidates Candidates
with pending
criminal cases
Candidates
with assets
more than Rs.
1 crore
Candidates
with NIL
assets
Candidates
with No PAN
Total Cov-
ered
% Count %* Count %* Count %* Count %*
24 Manipur 2 16 16 100% 0 0% 0 0% 1 6% 11 69%
25 Meghalaya 2 11 11 100% 1 9% 4 36% 0 0% 9 82%
26 Sikkim 1 7 7 100% 1 14% 4 57% 0 0% 6 86%
27 Nagaland 1 3 3 100% 0 0% 1 33% 0 0% 3 100%
28 Mizoram 1 4 4 100% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 4 100%
Total for states 530 7841 7604 97% 1129 15% 1201 16% 241 3% 4784 63%
UNION TERRITORIES
1 Andaman
& Nicobar
1 11 11 100% 3 27% 0 0% 0 0% 2 18%
2 Dadra
& Nagar
Haveli
1 5 5 100% 3 60% 2 40% 0 0% 2 40%
3 Daman &
Diu
1 7 7 100% 1 14% 3 43% 0 0% 1 14%
4 Chandi-
garh
1 14 14 100% 0 0% 7 50% 0 0% 3 21%
5 Lakshad-
weep
1 4 4 100% 1 25% 2 50% 0 0% 1 25%
6 Puduch-
erry
1 28 7 25% 1 14% 1 14% 0 0% 4 57%
7 NCT of
Delhi
7 160 158 99% 20 13% 33 21% 3 2% 66 42%
Total for UTs 13 229 206 90% 29 13% 48 21% 3 1% 79 34%
GRAND TOTAL
for States and
Union
Territories
543 8070 7810 97% 1158 15% 1249 16% 244 3% 4863 62%





Jammu & Kashmir (6) (4/81)
Himachal Pradesh (4) (1/30)
Chandigarh (1) (0/14)
Punjab (13) (19/218)
Haryana (10) (21/204)
Delhi (7) (20/158)
Rajasthan (25) (36/346)
Madhya Pradesh
(29) (42/429)
Gujarat (26) (69/359)
Daman & Diu (1) (1/7)
Dadra & Nagar Haveli
(1) (3/5)
Maharashtra (48)
(146/808)
Goa (2) (1/18)
Karnataka (28)
(47/421)
Lakshadweep
(1) (1/4)
Kerala (20) (47/217)
Puducherry (1) (1/7)
Tamil Nadu (39) (64/767)
Uttar Pradesh
(80) (221/1359)
Andaman & Nicobar
(1) (3/11)
Andhra Pradesh
(42) (60/534)
Jharkhand (14) (54/172)
Orissa (21) (33/156)
West Bengal (42)
(49/367)
Bihar (40) (178/646)
Nagaland (1) (0/3)
Manipur (2) (0/16)
Mizoram (1) (0/4)
Tripura (2) (2/19)
Meghalaya
(2) (1/11)
Chhattisgarh
(11) (9/173)
Uttarakhand (5) (11/76)
Candidates with pending criminal cases
15% or more candidates with pending criminal cases
10% - 15% candidates with pending criminal cases
Less than 10% candidates with pending criminal cases

KEY: Name of State (Number of constituencies) (Number of
candidates with pending criminal cases / Total number of
analyzed candidates)
Arunachal Pradesh
(2) (1/8)
Assam (14) (12/155)
Sikkim (1) (1/7)




Jammu & Kashmir (6) (2/81)
Himachal Pradesh (4) (0/30)
Chandigarh (1) (0/14)
Punjab (13) (12/218)
Haryana (10) (8/204)
Delhi (7) (8/158)
Rajasthan (25) (16/346)
Madhya Pradesh
(29) (26/429)
Gujarat (26) (34/359)
Daman & Diu (1) (0/7)
Dadra & Nagar
Haveli (1) (1/5)
Maharashtra (48)
(63/808)
Goa (2) (1/18)
Karnataka (28)
(19/421)
Lakshadweep
(1) (0/4)
Kerala (20) (15/217)
Puducherry (1) (0/7)
Tamil Nadu (39) (33/767)
Uttar Pradesh
(80) (134/1359)
Andaman & Nicobar
Islands (1) (0/11)
Andhra Pradesh
(42) (22/534)
Jharkhand (14) (23/172)
Orissa (21) (21/156)
West Bengal (42)
(37/367)
Nagaland (1) (0/3)
Manipur (2) (0/16)
Mizoram (1) (0/4)
Tripura (2) (1/19)
Meghalaya
(2) (1/11)
Candidates with pending serious criminal cases
Chhattisgarh
(11) (5/173)
Uttarakhand (5) (3/76)
Assam (14) (4/155)
Arunachal Pradesh
(2) (1/8)
Sikkim (1) (0/7)
Bihar (40) (118/646)
10% of more candidates with serious pending criminal cases
5% - 10% candidates with serious pending criminal cases
Less than 5% candidates with serious pending criminal cases

KEY: Name of State (Number of Constituencies) (Number of candidates
with pending criminal cases / Total number of analyzed candidates)





Jammu & Kashmir (1/6)
Himachal Pradesh (0/4)
Chandigarh (0/1)
Punjab (2/13)
Haryana (2/10)
Uttarakhand (1/5)
Delhi (1/7)
Rajasthan (2/25)
Madhya Pradesh (4/29)
Gujarat (11/26)
Chhattisgarh (2/11)
Daman & Diu (0/1)
Dadra & Nagar Haveli (1/1)
Maharashtra (26/48)
Goa (0/2)
Karnataka (9/28)
Lakshadweep (0/1)
Kerala (7/20)
Puducherry (0/1)
Tamil Nadu (10/39)
Uttar Pradesh (31/80)
Andaman &
Nicobar (1/1)
Andhra Pradesh (11/42)
Jharkhand (8/14)
Orissa (5/21)
West Bengal (7/42)
Bihar (18/40)
Assam (2/14)
Nagaland (0/1)
Manipur (0/2)
Mizoram (0/1)
Tripura (0/2)
Meghalaya (0/2)
More than 25% MPs with pending criminal cases
10% - 25% MPs with pending criminal cases
Less than 10% MPs pending criminal cases

KEY: Name of State (Number of MPs with pending
criminal cases/ Total number of MPs)
Sikkim (0/1)
Arunachal Pradesh (0/2)
MPs with pending criminal cases





Jammu & Kashmir (0/6)
Himachal Pradesh (0/4)
Chandigarh (0/1)
Punjab (1/13)
Haryana (1/10)
Uttarakhand (0/5)
Delhi (0/7)
Rajasthan (0/25)
Madhya Pradesh (2/29)
Gujarat (7/26)
Chhattisgarh (0/11)
Daman & Diu (0/1)
Dadra & Nagar Haveli (0/1)
Maharashtra (10/48)
Goa (0/2)
Karnataka (5/28)
Lakshadweep (0/1)
Kerala (2/20)
Puducherry (0/1)
Tamil Nadu (6/39)
Uttar Pradesh (22/80)
Andaman &
Nicobar Islands
(0/1)
Andhra Pradesh (3/42)
Jharkhand (2/14)
Orissa (2/21)
West Bengal (7/42)
Bihar (6/40)
Arunachal Pradesh (0/2)
Nagaland (0/1)
Manipur (0/2)
Mizoram (0/1)
Tripura (0/2)
Meghalaya (0/2)
10% of more MPs with serious pending criminal cases
5% - 10% MPs with serious pending criminal cases
Less than 5% MPs with serious pending criminal cases

KEY: Name of State (Number of MPs with pending criminal
cases/ Total number of MPs)
Assam (0/14)
Sikkim (0/1)
MPs with pending serious criminal cases





Jammu & Kashmir (6) (14/81)
Himachal Pradesh (4) (9/30)
Chandigarh (1) (7/14)
Punjab (13) (49/218)
Haryana (10) (61/204)
Delhi (7) (33/158)
Rajasthan (25) (56/346)
Madhya Pradesh
(29) (43/429)
Gujarat (26) (47/359)
Daman & Diu (1) (3/7)
Dadra & Nagar Haveli
(1) (2/5)
Maharashtra (48)
(138/808)
Goa (2) (6/18)
Karnataka (28)
(94/421)
Lakshadweep
(1) (2/4)
Kerala (20) (19/217)
Puducherry (1) (1/7)
Tamil Nadu (39) (94/767)
Uttar Pradesh
(80) (241/1359)
Andaman & Nicobar
(1) (0/11)
Andhra Pradesh
(42) (122/534)
Jharkhand (14) (20/172)
Orissa (21) (27/156)
West Bengal (42)
(36/367)
Bihar (40) (78/646)
Assam (14) (14/155)
Arunachal Pradesh
(2) (4/8)
Nagaland (1) (1/3)
Manipur (2) (0/16)
Mizoram (1) (0/4)
Tripura (2) (0/19)
Meghalaya
(2) (4/11)
More than 20% crorepati candidates
10% - 20% crorepati candidates
Less than 10% crorepati candidates

KEY: Name of State (Number of constituencies)
(Crorepati candidates / Total number of analyzed
candidates)
Chhattisgarh
(11) (8/173)
Uttarakhand (5) (12/76)
Crorepati Candidates
Sikkim (1) (4/7)





Jammu & Kashmir (3/6)
Himachal Pradesh (3/4)
Chandigarh (1/1)
Punjab (13/13)
Haryana (9/10)
Uttarakhand (4/5)
Delhi (7/7)
Rajasthan (14/25)
Madhya Pradesh (15/29)
Gujarat (12/26)
Chhattisgarh (3/11)
Daman & Diu (1/1)
Dadra & Nagar Haveli (1/1)
Maharashtra (38/48)
Goa (1/2)
Karnataka (25/28)
Lakshadweep (1/1)
Kerala (5/20)
Puducherry (1/1)
Tamil Nadu (25/39)
Uttar Pradesh (52/80)
Andaman &
Nicobar (0/1)
Andhra Pradesh (32/42)
Jharkhand (6/14)
Orissa (6/21)
West Bengal (11/42)
Bihar (17/40)
Assam (5/14)
Arunachal Pradesh (2/2)
Nagaland (0/1)
Manipur (0/2)
Mizoram (0/1)
Tripura (0/2)
Meghalaya (1/2)
More than 50% crorepati MPs
30% - 50% crorepati MPs
Less than 30% crorepati MPs

KEY: Name of State (Number of crorepati MPs
/ Total number of MPs)
Crorepati MPs
Sikkim (1/1)
National level
analysis for
Lok Sabha 2009 Elections
CONTENTS
Executive summary for candidates and MPs .................................................................................. 21
Voting and winning trend .................................................................................................................. 23
Voting analysis ...................................................................................................................................... 23
Comparison candidates & MPs Lok Sabha 2004 & Lok Sabha 2009........................................ 26
Analysis based on pending criminal cases...................................................................................... 27
Analysis based on pending criminal cases- for candidates ......................................................... 27
Party wise break up for candidates with pending criminal cases .............................................. 27
Violent crimes distribution for candidates of major parties .................................................... 29
Pending criminal cases- Lok Sabha 2004 vs Lok Sabha 2009- Candidates............................... 34
Top 20 candidates with pending criminal cases............................................................................ 34
Analysis based on pending criminal cases- for MPs...................................................................... 38
Party wise break up for MPs with pending criminal cases........................................................... 40
MPs with pending criminal cases- state wise ................................................................................. 42
Party wise comparison for MPs with pending criminal cases- LS 2004 vs. LS 2009 -.......................... 43
Tainted constituency analysis............................................................................................................ 47
Top 20 MPs with most serious pending criminal cases ................................................................ 49
Analysis based on assets..................................................................................................................... 51
Analysis based on assets for candidates ...................................................................................... 51
Average assets for candidates Party wise & State wise............................................................. 52
Top 20 crorepati candidates .............................................................................................................. 55
Analysis based on assets- for MPs..................................................................................................... 56
Chances of winning based on assets................................................................................................ 57
Crorepati MPs- Party wise & State wise ........................................................................................... 57
Average assets per MP for major parties ......................................................................................... 59
Average assets per MP from various states .................................................................................... 61
Asset position in constituency among candidates and chances of winning........................... 63
Crorepati MPs PAN not given ......................................................................................................... 63
Details of top 20 MPs based on maximum assets.......................................................................... 65
Female representation in Lok Sabha 2009 elections .................................................................... 66
21 National level analysis - Lok Sabha 2009
Lok Sabha 2009 elections were held in fve phases from April 16, 2009 to May 13, 2009. This chapter includes the analysis
of voting trend, criminalization, money power, gender etc in these elections. Information provided by ECI and details
from the afdavits fled by contested candidates have been used for all analysis.
Growth of political parties
In Lok Sabha 2004, 215 parties contested elections which rose to 368 in Lok Sabha 2009 elections. This refects a rise of
71% in the number of parties from Lok Sabha 2004 elections to Lok Sabha 2009 elections.
In Lok sabha 2004, out of 215 parties that contested 38 parties were able to send one or more MP to Lok Sabha.
Contrasting this with Lok Sabha 2009, out of 368 parties that contested 37 parties were able to send one or more MP
to Lok Sabha.
Growth in number of candidates
A total of 8070 candidates contested Lok Sabha 2009 elections as compared to 5435 candidates in Lok Sabha 2004. This
shows a growth of 48% in number of candidates contesting in 2009.
Executive summary for candidates and MPs
Summary for candidates
Afdavits o - f 7810 candidates out of 8070 candidates who contested Lok Sabha 2009 elections were analyzed by
National Election Watch (NEW).
Out of these 7810 candidates, 1158 candidates or 15% declared pending criminal cases against them. INC had 117 -
such candidates out of 438 (26.71%), BJP had 116 out of 428 (27.10%), BSP had 107 out of 493 (21.70%), SP had 55
out of 192 (28.65%), NCP had 20 out of 68 (29.41%), CPM had 20 out of 81 (24.69%), SHS had 16 out of 46 (34.78),
ADMK had 9 out of 21 (42.86%), TDP had 9 out of 31 (29%) and AITC had 7 out of 33 (21.21) candidates with pending
criminal cases.
Out of these 1158 candidates with pending criminal cases, 608 had pending serious criminal cases like murder, -
attempt to murder, kidnapping, robbery, extortion etc. pending against them. BSP had 62, INC had 52, BJP had 49,
SP had 35, NCP had 8, CPM had 10, SHS and ADMK had 6 each and AITC had 5 candidates with pending serious
criminal cases against them.
There were 1551 candidates of four main parties (INC, BJP, BSP & SP) and out of these 1551 candidates 395 (25.46%) -
had pending criminal cases against them. Comparing this to Lok Sabha 2004 elections, there were 1252 candidates
of these four major parties- INC, BJP, BSP and SP. Out of these 1252 candidates of four major political parties, 218
(17.41%) had pending criminal cases against them.
There were 2108 IPC charges of heinous nature on the 1158 candidates with pending criminal cases which included -
murder, attempt to murder, kidnapping, extortion, etc.
There were a total of 196 red alert constituencies where 3 or more contesting candidates had pending criminal -
cases. Muzafarpur constituency in Bihar had 10 candidates with pending criminal cases followed by Khagaria
constituency in Bihar which had 9 candidates with pending criminal cases.
A total of 1249 candidates out of 7810 i.e. 16% were crorepatis. Among major parties, 275 candidates out of 438 -
(63%) of INC and 180 candidates out of 428 of BJP (42%) were crorepatis.
A total of 244 candidates declared zero assets. -
Lok Sabha Elections 2009
22 A Report by ADR
A total of 1056 candidates declared liabilities of Rs 5 lakhs and above. -
Among major parties, the average asset per candidate for INC was Rs. 4.87 crores and for BJP was Rs 2.44 crores. -
A total of 62% of candidates (4863 of 7810) had not furnished their PAN card details. -
Number of women candidates was just 556 (7%) as compared to 7514 of men (93%) candidates. -
More than 43% candidates (3383 of 7810) were graduates & above. -
None of the parties managed to get votes anywhere near 50%. The highest votes cast were approx 29% for INC -
which was about 17% of the total registered voters. It was followed by BJP with 19% of the votes cast which was
about 11% of the total registered voters.
Summary for MPs
Of the 608 candida - tes with the most serious criminal cases against them, only 76 won. The remaining 532 were
rejected by the voters.
Out of 543 new MPs, 162 (30%) have pending criminal cases against them. Comparing this to Lok Sabha 2004, -
afdavits were available for 536 MPs out of which 128 (24%) had pending criminal cases against them.
Out of these 162 MPs with pending criminal cases, there are pending serious criminal cases against 76 MPs (14%). -
Contrasting this with Lok Sabha 2004, there were 128 MPs with pending criminal cases out of which 58 MPs (11 %)
had serious pending criminal cases.
Out of 162 MPs with pending criminal cases in Lok Sabha 2009, 44 each are of BJP and INC. There are 9 MPs of SP, 6 -
of BSP, 8 of JD (U), 4 each of AITC, DMK, BJD, NCP and ADMK with pending criminal cases.
As the number of MPs with pending criminal cases has increased from 128 in Lok Sabha 2004 to 162 in Lok Sabha -
2009, so has the number of total criminal cases pending against MPs from 430 in Lok Sabha 2004 to 522 in Lok
Sabha 2009.
The number of total serious IPC sections against MPs has decreased from 296 in Lok Sabha 2004 to 274 in Lok Sabha -
2009.
The number of crorepati MPs has increased from 156 in Lok Sabha 2004 to 315 in Lok Sabha 2009. -
Out of 315 crorepati MPs in Lok Sabha 2009, 146 are of INC, 59 are of BJP, 14 are of SP, 13 each are of BSP and DMK, -
9 of SHS, 8 of JD (U) and 7 of AITC.
Among major parties, the average asset per MP for INC is Rs. 5.9 crores and for BJP is Rs 3.4 crores. -
Average asset for a MP in the country is Rs 4.5 crores. For calculating this average, assets of three MPs having assets -
more than hundred crores have been excluded.
Out of 543 MPs, 84 have not declared their PAN details. -
Out of 556 women candidates, only 59 managed to win. Hence only 11% of MPs in current Lok Sabha are women. -
23 National level analysis - Lok Sabha 2009
Voting and winning trend
Party Total votes cast
for the party
% of votes cast % of total
registered
voters
INC 119,110,855 28.55% 16.69%
BJP 78,435,538 18.80% 10.99%
BSP 25,728,903 6.17% 3.60%
CPM 22,219,489 5.33% 3.11%
SP 14,284,638 3.42% 2.00%
AITC 13,355,986 3.20% 1.87%
NCP 8,521,349 2.04% 1.19%
DMK 7,625,397 1.83% 1.07%
ADMK 6,953,591 1.67% 0.97%
BJD 6,612,552 1.59% 0.93%
SHS 6,454,850 1.55% 0.90%
JD(U) 6,331,201 1.52% 0.89%
Others 101,524,083 24.34% 14.22%
Table: % of votes polled
Figure : % of votes cast
Voting analysis
0%
5%
10%
15%
20%
25%
30%
% of votes cast
JD(U) SHS BJD ADMK DMK NCP AITC SP CPM BSP BJP INC
28.6%
18.8%
6.2%
5.3%
3.2%
3.4%
2.0%
1.8%
1.7% 1.6% 1.5% 1.5%
The % of votes polled for major parties
clearly show that none of them got
anywhere close to the 50% mark. To-
tal voting in the country was 58%. INC
managed approx 29 % of the votes
cast which was about 17% of the reg-
istered voters. BJP managed just 19%
votes or 11% registered voters. The
total electorate in the country was
71,37,76,525 and the total votes cast
were 41,71,58,432.
Further break-up is given in the table
24 A Report by ADR
Candidates vs MPs
S No Party Total candidates MPs
1 Indian National Congress(INC) 440 206
2 Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) 433 116
3 Samajwadi Party(SP) 193 23
4 Bahujan Samaj Party(BSP) 500 21
5 Janata Dal (United) (JD(U)) 55 20
6 All India Trinamool Congress(AITC) 35 19
7 Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam(DMK) 22 18
8 Communist Party of India (Marxist)
(CPM)
82 16
9 Biju Janata Dal(BJD) 18 14
10 Shivsena(SHS) 47 11
11 All India Anna Dravida Munnetra
Kazhagam(ADMK)
23 9
12 Independent(IND) 3829 9
13 Nationalist Congress Party(NCP) 68 9
14 Telugu Desam Party(TDP) 31 6
15 Rashtriya Lok Dal(RLD) 9 5
16 Communist Party of India (CPI) 56 4
17 Rashtriya Janata Dal(RJD) 44 4
18 Shiromani Akali Dal(SAD) 10 4
19 Janata Dal (Secular)(JD(S)) 33 3
20 Jammu & Kashmir National
Conference(JKN)
3 3
21 All India Forward Bloc (AIFB) 21 2
22 Jharkhand Mukti Morcha(JMM) 42 2
23 Muslim League Kerala State
Committee(MUL)
17 2
24 Rashtriya Samaj Paksha(RSP) 33 2
25 Telangana Rashtra Samithi(TRS) 9 2
26 Asom Gana Parishad(AGP) 6 1
27 All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul
Muslimeen(AIMIM)
1 1
28 Assam United Democratic
Front(AUDF)
25 1
Table: Candidates & MPs- Lok Sabha 2009
There are 543 constituencies in the country. Maximum number of MPs (206) are from INC followed by 116 of BJP. The
breakup of MPs as compared to total candidates from the party are-
25 National level analysis - Lok Sabha 2009
Table: Candidates vs MPs- for top 5 parties
S No Party Total candidates MPs
29 Bodaland Peoples Front(BPF) 2 1
30 Bahujan Vikas Aaghadi(BVA) 1 1
31 Haryana Janhit Congress (BL)(HJCBL) 10 1
32 Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (Prajatantrik)
(JVM)
16 1
33 Kerala Congress (M)(KC(M)) 1 1
34 Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra
Kazhagam(MDMK)
4 1
35 Nagaland Peoples Front(NPF) 1 1
36 Sikkim Democratic Front(SDF) 1 1
37 Swabhimani Paksha(SWP) 1 1
38 Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katch(VCK) 3 1
Total - 543
Party
C
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t
Total Candidates
Winners
440
206
116
433
193
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500
JD(U) BSP SP BJP INC
26 A Report by ADR
Comparison candidates & MPs Lok Sabha 2004 & Lok
Sabha 2009
Table: Comparison Candidates & MPs- Lok Sabha 2004 & Lok Sabha
2009
Figure: Comparison Candidates & MPs of top 5 parties- Lok Sabha 2004 & Lok Sabha 2009
Party
Lok Sabha 2004 Lok Sabha 2009
Total
candidates
Number of
MPs
Total
candidates
Number of
MPs
INC 417 143 440 206
BJP 364 138 433 116
SP 237 36 193 23
BSP 435 19 500 21
JD(U) 73 8 55 20
AITC 33 2 35 19
DMK 16 14 22 18
CPM 69 43 82 16
BJD 12 11 18 14
SHS 56 12 47 11
NCP 32 9 68 9
ADMK 33 0 23 9
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Given table is the comparison of the
number of the candidates and the
MPs of major parties. The comparison
shows that the number of MPs have
increased for INC, BSP, JD(U), AITC,
DMK, BJD, ADMK from Lok Sabha 2004
to Lok Sabha 2009. For BJP, SP, CPM
and SHS the number of MPs decreased
in Lok Sabha 2009 as compared to Lok
Sabha 2004.
27 National level analysis - Lok Sabha 2009
Analysis based on pending criminal cases
Table: Candidates with pending criminal cases and serious pending criminal cases- party wise break up
Party Total candidates
analysed by NEW
Candidates
with pending
criminal cases
Percent of
candidates
with pending
criminal cases
Number of
candidates with
pending serious
criminal cases
Percent of
candidates with
pending serious
criminal cases
INC 438 117 27% 52 12%
BJP 428 116 27% 49 11%
BSP 493 107 22% 62 13%
SP 192 55 29% 35 18%
NCP 68 20 29% 8 12%
CPM 81 20 25% 10 12%
JD(U) 53 17 32% 9 17%
SHS 46 16 35% 6 13%
ADMK 21 9 43% 6 29%
AITC 33 7 21% 5 15%
BJD 18 5 28% 2 11%
DMK 21 4 19% 1 5%
other 5918 665 11% 363 6%
Total 7810 1158 15% 608 8%
Analysis based on pending criminal cases- for candidates
A total of 7810 affidavits were analyzed by National Election Watch (NEW) for Lok Sabha 2009 elections. Out
of these 7810 candidates, 1158 candidates or 15% declared pending criminal cases against them. Out of these
1158 candidates with pending criminal cases, 608 had pending serious criminal cases like murder, attempt to
murder, kidnapping, robbery, extortion etc.
Party wise break up for candidates with pending criminal cases
Total 1158 candidates contesting Lok Sabha 2009 elections had pending criminal cases against them. Out of
438 candidates of INC, 117 (27%) had pending criminal cases, 116 candidates out of 428 (27%) candidates of
BJP had pending criminal cases. The party wise break up is given in the table below.
28 A Report by ADR
Figure: Comparison of pending criminal cases and serious pending criminal cases for candidates of main parties
0
10
20
30
40
50
Percent of candidates with
pending criminal cases
Percent of candidates with
pending serious criminal cases
27%
12%
11%
13%
12% 12%
13%
32%
35%
43%
21%
28%
11%
19%
5%
29%
15%
17%
27%
22%
29% 29%
25%
18%
INC BJP BSP SP NCP CPM JD(U) SHA ADMK AITC BJD DMK
29 National level analysis - Lok Sabha 2009
Serious crimes distribution for candidates of major parties
IPC/
Party
IPC
Description
INC BJP BSP SP JD
(U)
CPM RJD AD
MK
NCP AITC SHS BJD DMK Total
for 13
largest
parties
VIOLENT CRIMES
300 302
303 304
304A
304B
305 306
308
Murder &
related
11 8 19 5 15 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 63
307 Attempt to
murder
16 8 33 36 7 12 2 3 1 2 1 0 1 122
321322
323 324
325 326
327 328
329 330
331 332
333 334
335
Voluntarily
causing hurt
by dangerous
weapons or
means
8 14 16 15 9 8 0 2 3 4 3 0 0 82
339 340
341 342
343 344
345 346
347 348
Wrongful
confnement
for three or
more days
1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 6
359 360
361
362 363
363A
364
364A
365 366
366A
366B
367 368
369
kidnapping 7 1 11 7 8 0 3 0 2 1 0 0 0 40
372 373 Buying or
selling minor
for prostitu-
tion
0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
375 376 Rape 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Total Violent Crimes 43 32 81 63 40 23 7 5 7 7 6 0 1 315
ROBBERY, EXTORTION, THEFT, CHEATING ETC
378
379 380
381 382
theft related 9 7 10 5 13 3 4 0 0 4 0 0 0 55
The table below shows the breakup of serious IPC sections for candidates of major parties. Serious crimes have been
distributed in categories of violent crimes, theft related crimes, fnance related crimes and other serious crimes.
30 A Report by ADR
IPC/
Party
IPC
Description
INC BJP BSP SP JD
(U)
CPM RJD AD
MK
NCP AITC SHS BJD DMK Total
for 13
largest
parties
383 384
385 386
387 388
389
extortion 3 2 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
390 391
392 393
394
robbery
related
2 2 7 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 15
395 396
397 398
399 400
401 402
dacoity
related
5 4 2 9 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25
411 412
413 414
415 416
417 418
419 420
Cheating and
dishonesty ,
stolen
property
Total Theft related
crimes
29 31 70 40 25 10 22 13 10 4 0 0 0 254
FINANCIAL FRAUD ETC
247 254
253
Delivery of
coin as
genuine,
which, when
frst possess,
the deliverer
did not know
to be altered
2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4
463 465
466 467
468 469
470 471
forgery 18 31 35 40 15 6 32 18 6 0 0 0 0 201
Total Financial crimes 20 32 35 40 15 7 32 18 6 0 0 0 0 205
OTHER SERIOUS CRIMES
121
121A
122 123
124
124A
Waging or
attempting
to wage war
or concealing
with intent
to facilitate
design to
wage war
0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
31 National level analysis - Lok Sabha 2009
IPC/
Party
IPC
Description
INC BJP BSP SP JD
(U)
CPM RJD AD
MK
NCP AITC SHS BJD DMK Total
for 13
largest
parties
153A Promoting
enmity
between
diferent
groups on
grounds of
religion, race,
place of birth,
residence,
language,
etc., and
doing acts
prejudicial to
maintenance
of harmony
3 10 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19
171B
171E
Bribery 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 4
171 C
171D
171F
undue
infuence or
personation
at an election
4 0 4 2 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 15
171G
171H
false state-
ments/ Illegal
payments in
connection with
an election
1 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
171 I failure to
keep election
accounts
0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
177 Furnishing
false
information
1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
181 False
statement
on oath or
afrmation
to public
servant
or person
authorized
to administer
an oath or
afrmation
0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2
293 Sale, etc.,
of obscene
objects to
young
person
0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
294 Obscene acts
and songs
8 6 11 3 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 33
32 A Report by ADR
IPC/
Party
IPC
Description
INC BJP BSP SP JD
(U)
CPM RJD AD
MK
NCP AITC SHS BJD DMK Total
for 13
largest
parties
295 Injuring or
defling place
of worship
with intent
to insult the
religion of
any class
0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 5
295A Deliberate
and
malicious
acts, intend-
ed to outrage
religious
feelings or
any class
by insulting
its religion
or religious
beliefs
0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
274 Adulteration
of drugs
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
194 Giving or
fabricating
false evi-
dence with
intent to pro-
cure convic-
tion of capital
ofence
0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Total Other Serious
crimes
19 27 21 10 1 2 7 1 2 0 2 3 0 95
Grand total for 13
largest parties
111 122 207 153 81 42 68 37 25 11 8 3 1 869
33 National level analysis - Lok Sabha 2009
Figure: Serious IPC section break up for candidates of major parties
0
20
40
60
80
100
AITC NCP ADMK RJD CPM JD (U) SP BSP BJP INC
Violent crimes only
Theft related crimes only
Financial crimes only
Other serious crimes only
43
29
20
19
32 32
27
81
70
63
40 40
25
23
22
32
13
18
10 10
7
15
1 1
2 2
4
7 7 7 7
5
6
10
35
31
31
Figure: Comparison total serious crimes vs violent crimes only (murder, kidnapping etc)- party wise
Violent crimes
only
Total serious
crimes
0
50
100
150
200
250
AITC NCP ADMK RJD CPM JD (U) SP BSP BJP INC
111
122
207
153
43
32
81 81
63
40
42
23
68
37
25
11
7
5
7 7
34 A Report by ADR
Party wise comparison of pending criminal cases on candidates in Lok Sabha 2004 & Lok
Sabha 2009
The table below lists top 20 candidates with serious pending criminal cases. Almost all of them had pending criminal
cases of murder, attempt to murder, kidnapping, dacoity etc. Dinesh Rathour of Araria constituency in Bihar had 58
serious IPC counts including murder, attempt to murder etc pending against him. Kameshwar Baitha of Palamau,
Jharkhand had 51 charges of serious IPC counts including murder, attempt to murder & kidnapping etc pending against
him. Out of these 20 candidates with most serious pending criminal cases, only 3 won and rest 17 were rejected by the
voters. The detailed list is given below.
Party
Lok Sabha 2004 Lok Sabha 2009
Number of
candidates
analysed by
NEW
Candidates
with pending
criminal cases
% of candidates
with pending
criminal cases
Number of
candidates
analysed by
NEW
Candidates
with pend-
ing criminal
cases
% of candidates
with pending
criminal cases
BJP 338 67 20% 428 116 27%
INC 389 57 15% 438 117 27%
BSP 348 54 16% 493 107 22%
SP 177 40 23% 192 55 29%
JD(U) 46 19 41% 53 17 32%
SHS 37 16 43% 46 16 35%
CPM 61 12 20% 81 20 25%
NCP 26 10 38% 68 20 29%
DMK 14 5 36% 21 4 19%
AITC 30 3 10% 33 7 21%
ADMK 8 2 25% 21 9 43%
BJD 12 1 8% 18 5 28%
Table: Comparison Lok Sabha 2004 vs Lok Sabha 2009
Top 20 candidates with pending criminal cases
S
No
Name State Constit-
uency
Party Serious
IPC Counts
Total
No
of
Cases
Brief details of se-
rious IPC counts
Won/
Lost
1 DINESH
RATHOUR
BIHAR Araria IND 58 52 4 charges related to
murder, 6 charges
related to attempt
to murder, 4 charges
related to extortion,
13 charges related
to dacoity & 7
charges of robbery
Lost
A comparison between candidates with pending criminal cases in Lok Sabha 2004 and Lok Sabha 2009 elections shows
that for INC, BJP, SP, BSP, CPM, NCP, AITC, BJD and ADMK the number of candidates with pending criminal cases has
increased in Lok Sabha 2009 as compared to Lok Sabha 2004. The number of candidates with pending criminal cases
has decreased for JD (U) and DMK in Lok Sabha 2009 as compared to Lok Sabha 2004.
35 National level analysis - Lok Sabha 2009
S
No
Name State Constit-
uency
Party Serious
IPC Counts
Total
No
of
Cases
Brief details of se-
rious IPC counts
Won/
Lost
2 KAMESHWAR
BAITHA
JHARKHAND Palamau JMM 51 35 11 charges
related to murder,
18 charges
related to attempt
to murder, 2 charges
related to extortion
& 1 charge related
to dacoity
Won
3 JAWAHIR UTTAR PRADESH Chand-
auli
PMSP 45 44 7 charges related to
murder, 2 charges
related to attempt
to murder, 26
charges related
to kidnapping & 6
charges related to
dacoity.
Lost
4 ATIQ
AHAMAD
UTTAR PRADESH Pratap-
garh
AD 31 41 6 charges related to
murder, 6 charges
related to attempt
to murder, 8 charges
related to kidnap-
ping & 3 charges
related to extortion
Lost
5 AKHILESH
SINGH
BIHAR Nawada IND 31 26 3 charges related to
murder, 11 charges
related to attempt
to murder, 3 charges
related to extortion,
1 charge related to
charges of cheating
dacoity & 2 charges
of cheating
Lost
6 RAM
NANDAN
YADAV
BIHAR Khagaria IND 30 20 6 charges related to
murder, 7 charges
related to
attempt to murder,
9 charges related
to kidnapping,3
charges related to
theft & 1charge
related to dacoity
Lost
7 VIJAY KUMAR
SHUKLA
BIHAR Vaishali JD(U) 28 25 9 charges related
to murder, 6 charges
related to attempt
to murder, 2 charges
related to
kidnapping, 6
charges related to
theft
Lost
36 A Report by ADR
S
No
Name State Constit-
uency
Party Serious
IPC Counts
Total
No
of
Cases
Brief details of se-
rious IPC counts
Won/
Lost
8 RAVINDAR
KR. RANA
BIHAR Khagaria RJD 30 8 9 charges related to
cheating & forgery
Lost
9 MITRASEN UTTAR PRADESH Faizabad SP 27 20 2 charges related to
murder, 7 related to
attempt to murder
& 9 charges related
to cheating
Lost
10 THANGA
TAMILSELVAN
TAMILNADU Theni ADMK 27 7 1 charge related to
attempt to murder,
10 charges related
to cheating
Lost
11 BANGSHI
BADAN
BARMAN
WEST BENGAL Cooch-
behar
IND 25 9 2 charges related
to murder, 5 charges
related to attempt
to murder, 4 charges
related to theft
Lost
12 BHAIYA
BALKRISHNA
MADHYA
PRADESH
Balaghat GGP 22 3 22 charges
related to cheating
& forgery
Lost
12 JAGDIS
SHARMA
BIHAR Jahana-
bad
JD(U) 17 6 17 charges
related to cheating
& forgery
Won
14 ANIL
MEHTA
BIHAR Nawada IND 16 12 1 charge related
to murder, 1 charge
related to attempt
to murder, 1 charge
of kidnapping, 1
charge related to
extortion & 6
charges related to
cheating
Lost
15 MD.
ANWARUL
HAQUE
BIHAR Sheohar BSP 16 9 2 charges related to
attempt to murder,
2 charges related
to theft, 1 charge
related to extortion
& 3 charges related
to cheating
Lost
16 MAHBOOB
ALAM
BIHAR Katihar CPI(ML)
(L)
16 9 3 charges related
to murder, 4 charges
related to attempt
to murder, 3 charges
related to theft & 1
charge related to
cheating
Lost
37 National level analysis - Lok Sabha 2009
S
No
Name State Constit-
uency
Party Serious
IPC Counts
Total
No
of
Cases
Brief details of se-
rious IPC counts
Won/
Lost
17 NARENDRA
KUMAR
SINGH ALIAS
BOGO SINGH
BIHAR Begusa-
rai
IND 15 11 2 charges each
related to murder,
attempt to murder,1
charge of kidnap-
ping, 1 charge each
of theft & cheating
Lost
18 RANVEER
SINGH
GUDHA
RAJASTHAN Jhunj-
hunu
LJP 14 17 4 charges related
to attempt to
murder, 3 charges of
kidnapping
3 charges of theft
Lost
19 SAMARESH
SINGH
JHARKHAND Dhanbad BSP 14 15 9 charges of at-
tempt to murder,1
charge each of theft
& extortion
Lost
20 BAL KUMAR
PATEL
UTTAR
PRADESH
Mirzapur SP 14 10 1 charge each of
murder &
kidnapping,
3 charges of
cheating
Won
38 A Report by ADR
Analysis based on pending criminal cases- for MPs
Lok
Sabha
2004
Lok
Sabha
2009
In-
crease
% in-
crease
MPs with
pending criminal
records
128 162 34 27%
Total pending
criminal cases
430 522 92 21%
MPs with
pending serious
criminal cases
58 76 18 31%
Total serious IPC
sections against
MPs
296 274 -22 -7%
Table: Comparison Lok Sabha 2004 & Lok Sabha 2009-
MPs with pending criminal cases
Figure: Comparison Lok Sabha 2004 & 2009- MPs with pending criminal cases
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
Lok Sabha
2004
MPs with
pending
criminal records
Total pending
criminal cases
MPs with
pending serious
criminal cases
Total serious
cases against
MPs
128
162
58
76
296
274
430
522
Out of 543 MPs in Lok Sabha 2009, 162 MPs have
pending criminal cases against them. Out of these 162
MPs, there are pending serious criminal cases against
76 MPs (14%). Contrasting this with Lok Sabha 2004, 58
MPs (11 %) had serious pending criminal cases.
Given table is a comparative analysis for MPs with
pending criminal cases of Lok Sabha 2004 and Lok
Sabha 2009. The presence of MPs with pending criminal
cases in Lok Sabha 2009 has increased by 27%, so has
the number of total pending criminal cases which have
increased by almost 21%. There is an average of 3.22
cases per tainted MP in Lok Sabha 2009 as compared to
3.36 cases per tainted MP in Lok Sabha 2004.
Lok Sabha
2009
39 National level analysis - Lok Sabha 2009
Party wise break up for MPs with pending criminal cases
Table : MPs with pending criminal cases- party wise
Party Total can-
didates
analysed by
NEW
Total MPs MPs with
pending
criminal cases
% of MPs with
pending
criminal cases
MPs with
pending
serious
criminal
cases
% of MPs with
pending
serious
criminal cases
INC 438 206 44 21% 13 6%
BJP 428 116 44 38% 19 16%
SP 192 23 9 39% 8 35%
BSP 493 21 6 29% 6 29%
JD(U) 53 20 8 40% 3 15%
AITC 33 19 4 21% 4 21%
DMK 21 18 4 22% 1 6%
CPM 81 16 3 19% 1 6%
BJD 18 14 4 29% 1 7%
SHS 46 11 9 82% 3 27%
NCP 68 9 4 44% 3 33%
ADMK 21 9 4 44% 4 44%
IND 3646 9 1 11% 0 0%
TDP 31 6 2 33% 1 17%
RLD 10 5 2 40% 1 20%
RJD 44 4 3 75% 2 50%
SAD 10 4 1 25% 0 0%
JD(S) 32 3 2 67% 1 33%
JMM 41 2 2 100% 2 100%
TRS 9 2 1 50% 0 0%
AIFB 20 2 1 50% 1 50%
JVM 16 1 1 100% 0 0%
MDMK 4 1 1 100% 0 0%
AIMIM 1 1 1 100% 1 100%
VCK 2 1 1 100% 1 100%
Total - - 162 - 76 -
Out of total 162 MPs with pending criminal cases, 44 each are from INC & BJP, 9 each are from SP and SHS and 8 are
from JD (U). The party wise break up for MPs with pending criminal cases is given below-
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0
5%
10%
15%
20%
25%
30%
35%
40%
JD(U) BSP SP BJP INC
% of MPs with pending
criminal cases
% of MPs with pending
serious criminal cases
21%
6%
16%
38%
39%
35%
29% 29%
40%
15%
Figure: Percent MPs with pending criminal cases- Top 5 parties in terms of MPs
41 National level analysis - Lok Sabha 2009
Table : MPs with pending criminal cases- state wise
MPs with pending criminal cases- state wise
State Total
MPs
MPs with
pending
criminal
cases
Percentage of
MPs with
pending
criminal cases
MPs with
serious
pending
criminal cases
% of MPs with
serious
pending
criminal cases
UTTAR PRADESH 80 31 39% 22 28%
MAHARASHTRA 48 26 54% 10 21%
BIHAR 40 18 45% 6 15%
ANDHRA PRADESH 42 11 26% 3 7%
GUJARAT 26 11 42% 7 27%
TAMIL NADU 39 10 26% 6 15%
KARNATAKA 28 9 32% 5 18%
JHARKHAND 14 8 57% 2 14%
KERALA 20 7 35% 2 10%
WEST BENGAL 42 7 17% 7 17%
ORISSA 21 5 24% 2 10%
MADHYA PRADESH 29 4 14% 2 7%
CHHATTISGARH 11 2 18% 0 0%
ASSAM 14 2 14% 0 0%
RAJASTHAN 25 2 8% 0 0%
HARYANA 10 2 20% 1 10%
PUNJAB 13 2 15% 1 8%
ANDAMAN & NICO-
BAR ISLANDS
1 1 100% 0 0%
UTTARAKHAND 5 1 20% 0 0%
J &K 6 1 17% 0 0%
NCT OF DELHI 7 1 14% 0 0%
DADRA & NAGAR
HAVELI
1 1 100% 0 0%
Given below is the state wise list of MPs with pending criminal cases state wise. Maximum MPs with pending criminal
cases are from UP where 31 out of 80 MPs have pending criminal cases against them. It is followed by Maharashtra
which has 26 out of 48 MPs with pending criminal cases.
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Table: Party wise comparison MPs with pending criminal cases - Lok Sabha 2004 vs Lok Sabha 2009
Party wise comparison of pending criminal cases on MPs in Lok Sabha 2004 & Lok
Sabha 2009
Lok Sabha 2004 Lok Sabha 2009
Party Number of
candidates
analysed by
NEW
Number
of MPs
Number
of MPs
with
pending
criminal
cases
% of MPs
with
pending
criminal
cases
Number of
candidates
analysed by
NEW
Number
of MPs
Number
of MPs
with
pending
criminal
cases
% of MPs
with
pending
criminal
cases
INC 389 143 24 17% 438 206 44 21%
BJP 338 138 29 21% 428 116 44 38%
SP 177 36 12 33% 192 23 9 39%
BSP 348 19 8 42% 493 21 6 29%
JD(U) 46 8 2 25% 53 20 8 40%
AITC 30 2 0 0% 33 19 4 21%
DMK 14 14 5 36% 21 18 4 22%
CPM 61 43 7 16% 81 16 3 19%
BJD 12 11 1 9% 18 14 4 29%
SHS 37 12 8 67% 46 11 9 82%
NCP 26 9 5 56% 68 9 4 44%
ADMK 8 0 0 0% 21 9 4 44%
The table given below shows a comparison between number of MPs with pending criminal cases- party wise in both
Lok Sabha 2004 and Lok Sabha 2009. The number of MPs with pending criminal cases has increased for both INC and
BJP from Lok Sabha 2004 to Lok Sabha 2009.
43 National level analysis - Lok Sabha 2009
Table: Serious IPC section break up for MPs of major parties
Party wise break up for MPs with serious pending criminal cases
IPC/
Party
IPC
Description
INC BJP SP BSP JD(U) BJD AITC AD
MK
NCP RJD SHS DMK Total
for 12
largest
parties
VIOLENT CRIMES
300 302
303 304
304A
304B 305
306 308
Murder &
related
6 5 1 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 18
307 Attempt to
murder
5 4 7 2 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 1 24
321322
323 324
325 326
327 328
329 330
331 332
333 334
335
Voluntarily
causing hurt
by dangerous
weapons or
means
2 7 3 0 2 0 2 1 2 0 1 0 20
339 340
341 342
343 344
345 346
347 348
Wrongful
confne-
ment for
three or
more days
0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2
359 360
361 362
363 363A
364 364A
365 366
366A
366B 367
368 369
kidnapping 1 1 3 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 10
Total Violent Crimes 14 17 14 7 5 0 4 3 4 2 3 1 74
ROBBERY, EXTORTION, THEFT, CHEATING ETC
378 379
380 381
382
theft related 0 0 0 2 1 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 7
390 391
392 393
394
robbery
related
1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
There are several cases of violent crimes like murder, attempt to murder, theft, extortion, robbery etc pending against
MPs. The table below gives summary of all serious violent offences related to murder, kidnapping, extortion, theft,
robbery and dacoity pending against candidates of major parties. All serious IPCs have been clubbed under four heads
namely- violent crimes; robbery, extortion, theft etc; fnancial frauds and other serious crimes. As can be seen from the
table INC MPs have 31, BJP MPs have 52, SP MPs have 31, BSP MPs have 18, JD (U) MPs have 23, ADMK, NCP and RJD MPs
have 9 each pending serious IPC counts against them.
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IPC/
Party
IPC
Description
INC BJP SP BSP JD(U) BJD AITC AD
MK
NCP RJD SHS DMK Total
for 12
largest
parties
395 396
397 398
399 400
401 402
dacoity
related
4 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7
411 412
413 414
415 417
418 419
420
Cheating
and dishon-
esty , stolen
property
1 6 3 6 6 0 0 2 5 2 0 0 31
Total Theft related
crimes
6 6 5 11 7 0 3 2 5 3 0 0 48
FINANCIAL FRAUD ETC
247 254
253
Delivery of
coin as gen-
uine, which,
when frst
possess, the
deliverer did
not know to
be altered
1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
463 465
466 467
468 469
470 471
forgery 4 14 9 0 11 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 44
Total Financial crimes 5 14 9 0 11 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 45
OTHER SERIOUS CRIMES
121 121A
122 123
124 124A
Waging or
attempting
to wage war
or conceal-
ing with
intent to
facilitate
design to
wage war
0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
153A Promot-
ing enmity
between
diferent
groups on
grounds
of religion,
race, place
of birth,
residence,
language,
0 9 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10
etc., and
doing acts
prejudicial
45 National level analysis - Lok Sabha 2009
IPC/
Party
IPC
Description
INC BJP SP BSP JD(U) BJD AITC AD
MK
NCP RJD SHS DMK Total
for 12
largest
parties
to mainte-
nance of
harmony
171B
171E
Bribery 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3
171 C
171D
171F
undue
infuence or
personation
at an
election
2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3
171G
171H
false state-
ments/
Illegal
payments
in connec-
tion with an
election
0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
177 Furnishing
false
information
1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
181 False state-
ment on
oath or
afrmation
to public
servant or
person au-
thorized to
administer
an oath
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
293 Sale, etc.,
of obscene
objects
to young
person
0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
294 Obscene
acts and
songs
1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
295 Injuring
or defling
place of
worship
with intent
to insult the
religion of
any class
0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4
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IPC/
Party
IPC De-
scription
INC BJP SP BSP JD(U) BJD AITC AD
MK
NCP RJD SHS DMK Total
for 12
largest
parties
295A Deliberate
and mali-
cious acts,
intended
to outrage
religious
feelings or
any class by
insulting its
religion
0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
Total Other Serious
crimes
6 15 3 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 2 0 30
Grand Total for 12
largest parties
31 52 31 18 23 2 7 9 9 9 5 1 197
Figure: Comparison Lok Sabha 2004 Vs Lok Sabha
2009: types of violent crimes
Figure: Party wise comparison of pending serious IPC
counts on MPs of Lok Sabha 2004 & Lok Sabha 2009
Table: Comparison nature of serious crimes MPs Lok
Sabha 2004 and Lok Sabha 2009
Nature of serious crimes MPs Lok
Sabha
2004
MPs Lok
Sabha
2009
Violent Crimes only 155 124
Robbery, Extortion, Theft related
crimes only
73 61
Financial crimes only 56 51
Other Serious crimes only 12 38
Total all serious crimes 296 274
MP 2004 MP 2009
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
INC BJP SP BSP JD(U)
Total serious IPC against
winners from 2004
Total serious IPC against
winners from 2009
32 31
23
52 54
31
49
18
21
23 0
50
100
150
200
250
300
Violent
Crimes
only
Robbery,
Extortion,
Theft related
crimes only
Financial
crimes only
Other
Serious
crimes
only
155
124
73
61
56
51
12
38
Comparing Lok Sabha 2004 and Lok Sabha 2009 it can be
clearly seen in the graph given below that there has been
a reduction in violent crimes, crimes related to robbery,
extortion and theft. Overall, the number of total serious
IPC sections against MPs has decreased from 296 in Lok
Sabha 2004 to 274 in Lok Sabha 2009.
47 National level analysis - Lok Sabha 2009
Tainted constituency analysis
Table: Tainted constituency analysis for all candidates with all types of criminal cases
Total number
of contesting
candidates
with pending
criminal cases
Number of such
constituencies
Winner with no
pending crimi-
nal cases
% winners with
no pending
criminal cases
in such con-
stituencies
Winner with
pending
criminal cases
% winners with
pending
criminal cases
in such con-
stituencies
1 150 125 83% 25 17%
2 104 70 67% 34 33%
3 85 50 59% 35 41%
4 55 23 42% 32 58%
5 33 12 36% 21 64%
6+ 23 8 35% 15 65%
There were 450 tainted constituencies where at least one tainted candidate (candidate having pending criminal case)
contested. As the following analysis shows, if voters have a choice, they prefer a clean and capable candidate. In
the constituencies where there was only one candidate with pending criminal cases, voters chose 83% of the clean
candidates and rejected most candidates with pending criminal cases. In the constituencies where there were two
candidates with pending criminal cases, they chose clean candidates in 67% constituencies. The percentage of clean
candidates however has gone down to around 35% in constituencies with more than fve candidates. Given below is
the analysis of the tainted constituencies for all candidates and all type of criminal cases.
Since several independent candidates are non serious ones, if we remove them from the analysis, and if we consider
only the candidates with serious criminal cases, the trend of choosing clean & honest candidates is even more strong-
ly visible. For the analysis given below only party candidates having serious criminal cases pending against them have
been considered.
As the following analysis shows, if voters have a choice, they prefer a clean and capable candidate. In the constituencies
where there was only 1 party candidate with pending criminal cases, voters chose 67% of the clean candidates and
rejected most candidates with pending criminal cases. In the constituencies where there were 2 party candidates with
pending criminal cases, they chose clean candidates in 47% constituencies. In constituencies where 3 party candidates
had pending criminal cases, voters from 48% of the constituencies selected clean candidates. However in
constituencies where 4 or more party candidates had pending criminal cases, only 17% clean MPs were selected.
48 A Report by ADR
Number of
candidates
with pending
criminal cases
in a
constituency
Total number
of such con-
stituencies
Clean winners
in such
constituencies
Tainted win-
ners in such
constituencies
% of clean
winners in such
constituencies
% of tainted
winners in such
constituencies
1 178 119 59 67% 33%
2 64 30 34 47% 53%
3 25 12 13 48% 52%
4+ 12 2 10 17% 83%
Top 20 MPs with most serious pending criminal cases
S
No
Name State Constitu-
ency
Party Age Serious
IPC Counts
Total
No
of
Cases
Brief details of seri-
ous IPC counts
1 KAMESHWAR
BAITHA
JHARKHAND Palamau JMM 56 51 35 11 charges related to
murder, 17 charges
related to attempt
to murder, 5 charges
related to theft & 2
charges related to
extortion
to murder, 17 charg-
es related to attempt
to murder, 5 charges
related to theft & 2
charges related to
extortion
2 JAGDIS
SHARMA
BIHAR Jahana-
bad
JD(U) 58 17 6 6 charges related to
cheating
3 BAL KUMAR
PATEL
UTTAR
PRADESH
Mirzapur SP 48 14 10 1 charge each of
murder & kidnap-
ping, 3 charges of
cheating
Table: Tainted constituency analysis for party candidates with serious cases
Given below is the analysis of the tainted constituencies for party candidates and serious criminal cases.
Given below is a list of top 20 MPs who have most serious pending criminal cases against them. Kameshwar Baitha
of Palamau, Jharkhand tops the list with 11 charges related to murder, 17 charges of attempt to murder etc pending
against him.
49 National level analysis - Lok Sabha 2009
S
No
Name State Constitu-
ency
Party Age Serious
IPC Counts
Total
No
of
Cases
Brief details of seri-
ous IPC counts
4 PRABATSINH
PRATAPSINH
CHAUHAN
GUJARAT Panchma-
hal
BJP 67 10 3 2 charges of
cheating
5 KAPIL MUNI
KARWARIYA
UTTAR
PRADESH
Phulpur BSP 42 8 4 1 charge each of
murder & attempt
to murder, 2 charges
related to theft & 3
charges related to
cheating
6 P
KARUNA-
KARAN
KERALA Kasaragod CPM 64 6 12 6 charges related to
forgery
7 KUNVARJIB-
HAI
MOHANBHAI
BAVALIYA
GUJARAT Rajkot INC 54 6 2 1 charge of murder,
1 charge of cheating
8 VITTHALBHAI
HANSRA
JBHAI
RADADIYA
GUJARAT Porbandar INC 51 5 16 1 charge of murder,
1 charge of cheating
9 RAMKISHUN UTTAR
PRADESH
Chandauli SP 49 5 10 3 charges of attempt
to murder
10 LALU
PRASAD
BIHAR Saran RJD 60 5 7 2 charges of cheat-
ing
11 CHANDER-
KANT
RAGHUNATH
PATIL
GUJARAT Navsari BJP 54 5 6 2 charges of
cheating
12 FEROZE
VARUN
GANDHI
UTTAR
PRADESH
Pilibhit BJP 29 5 6 1 charge of attempt
to murder
13 ASADUDDIN
OWAISI
ANDHRA
PRADESH
Hydera-
bad
AIMIM 41 5 4 4 charges related to
promoting enimity
between diferent
groups & injuring
& defling place of
worship
14 GANESH MADHYA
PRADESH
Satna BJP 46 5 2 2 charges of
cheating
15 SIVASAMI C TAMIL NADU Tiruppur ADMK 51 5 1 2 charges of
cheating
16 RAMAKANT
YADAV
UTTAR
PRADESH
Azamgarh BJP 49 4 11 2 charges related to
murder & 1 charge of
attempt to murder
17 VINAY
KUMAR
ALIAS VINNU
UTTAR
PRADESH
Shrawasti INC 45 4 9 3 charges of attempt
to murder,1 charge
of dacoity
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S
No
Name State Constitu-
ency
Party Age Serious
IPC Counts
Total
No
of
Cases
Brief details of seri-
ous IPC counts
18 ANANTH
KUMAR
HEGDE
KARNATAKA Uttara BJP 40 4 3 3 charges related to
promoting enimity
between diferent
groups & injuring
& defling place of
worship
19 ADHIKARI
SUVENDU
WEST BENGAL Tamluk AITC 39 4 3 1 charge of attempt
to murder,1 charge
each of kidnapping
& theft
20 BRIJBHUSH-
AN
SARAN
SINGH
UTTAR
PRADESH
Kaiserganj SP 52 4 2 1 charge of
attempt to murder, 1
charge of dacoity
51 National level analysis - Lok Sabha 2009
Analysis based on assets
Analysis based on assets for candidates
Table: Crorepati candidates- Party wise break up
Party Total candidates
analysed by NEW
Crorepati
candidates
% of crorepati
candidates
INC 438 275 63%
BJP 428 180 42%
BSP 493 147 30%
SP 192 63 33%
NCP 68 32 47%
SHS 46 17 37%
DMK 21 15 71%
RJD 44 12 27%
JD(U) 53 12 23%
ADMK 21 11 52%
AITC 33 8 24%
BJD 18 7 39%
CPM 81 5 6%
Others 5874 465 8%
Total 7810 1249 16%
Out of 7810 candidates contesting Lok Sabha 2009 elections, 1249 (16%) were crorepatis. INC had 63% candidates as
crorepatis, whereas BJP had 42% crorepati candidates.
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Average assets for candidates Party wise
Figure: Crorepati candidates from major parties
Table: Average assets for candidates party wise
Party Average Assets Candidates
analysed by NEW
BSP Rs 1,96,05,950 ~ 1 Cror+ 493
INC Rs 4,87,34,782 ~ 4 Cror+ 438
BJP Rs 2,44,57,036 ~ 2 Cror+ 428
SP Rs 1,52,11,632 ~ 1 Cror+ 192
LJP Rs 43,61,392 ~ 43 Lacs+ 99
CPM Rs 31,48,497 ~ 31 Lacs+ 81
CPI(ML)(L) Rs 7,43,548 ~ 7 Lacs+ 77
NCP Rs 4,85,00,861 ~ 4 Cror+ 68
JD(U) Rs 77,14,214 ~ 77 Lacs+ 53
SHS Rs 1,83,56,724 ~ 1 Cror+ 46
RJD Rs 85,39,684 ~ 85 Lacs+ 44
0
100
200
300
400
500
CPM BJD AITC ADMK JD(U) RJD DMK SHS NCP SP BSP BJP INC
438
275
180
493
147
192
63
68
32
46
17
21
15
44
12
53
12
21
33
18
81
8 7
5
11
428
For candidates of INC average assets were approx Rs 4.8 crores and average assets for candidates of BJP were aprox Rs
2.4 crores. For calculating average assets party wise, twelve candidates with assets more than 100 crores have been
excluded. Detailed party wise list is given below.
Total candidates
Crorepati candidates
53 National level analysis - Lok Sabha 2009
Party Average Assets Candidates
analysed by NEW
JMM Rs 24,57,866 ~ 24 Lacs+ 41
AITC Rs 1,00,73,927 ~ 1 Cror+ 33
JD(S) Rs 4,04,70,309 ~ 4 Cror+ 32
TDP Rs 6,98,67,852 ~ 6 Cror+ 31
DMK Rs 4,60,43,767 ~ 4 Cror+ 21
ADMK Rs 2,21,41,356 ~ 2 Cror+ 21
BJD Rs 3,53,90,282 ~ 3 Cror+ 18
MNS Rs 3,36,36,429 ~ 3 Cror+ 11
SAD Rs 9,07,57,941 ~ 9 Cror+ 10
RLD Rs 3,45,80,384 ~ 3 Cror+ 10
Table: Average assets for candidates party wise
B
S
P
I
N
C
B
J
P

S
P
N
C
P
J
D

(
U
)
S
H
S
R
J
D
J
M
M
A
I
T
C
J
D
(
S
)
T
D
P
D
M
K
A
D
M
K
B
J
D
S
A
D
R
L
D
M
N
S
0
200
400
600
800
1000
Average Assets in Lacs
196.06
487.35
244.57
152.12
485.01
183.57
100.74
404.70
698.68
460.44
221.41
353.90
336.36
907.58
345.80
77.14
85.40
24.58
54 A Report by ADR
Average assets for candidates - State wise
State Candidates analysed Average Assets
UTTAR PRADESH 1,359 Rs 11,893,341
MAHARASHTRA 808 Rs 12,895,241
TAMIL NADU 767 Rs 8,902,104
BIHAR 646 Rs 5,777,721
ANDHRA PRADESH 534 Rs 22,791,115
MADHYA PRADESH 429 Rs 6,383,012
KARNATAKA 421 Rs 16,547,164
WEST BENGAL 367 Rs 4,064,872
GUJARAT 359 Rs 5,447,888
RAJASTHAN 346 Rs 11,877,808
PUNJAB 218 Rs 16,997,020
KERALA 217 Rs 4,618,259
HARYANA 204 Rs 16,487,812
CHHATTISGARH 173 Rs 2,552,347
JHARKHAND 172 Rs 6,784,978
NATIONAL CAPITAL TERRITORY OF
DELHI
158 Rs 14,937,577
ORISSA 156 Rs 7,988,657
ASSAM 155 Rs 16,122,471
JAMMU & KASHMIR 81 Rs 8,081,424
UTTARAKHAND 76 Rs 9,319,538
HIMACHAL PRADESH 30 Rs 15,548,733
TRIPURA 19 Rs 1,493,685
GOA 18 Rs 50,336,813
MANIPUR 16 Rs 1,950,197
CHANDIGARH 14 Rs 36,989,738
ANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS 11 Rs 1,823,467
MEGHALAYA 11 Rs 35,250,253
ARUNACHAL PRADESH 8 Rs 23,064,645
DAMAN & DIU 7 Rs 24,044,693
PUDUCHERRY 7 Rs 6,399,619
SIKKIM 7 Rs 12,298,783
DADRA & NAGAR HAVELI 5 Rs 36,758,275
MIZORAM 4 Rs 3,873,547
LAKSHADWEEP 4 Rs 10,869,387
NAGALAND 3 Rs 7,010,182
Grand Total 7,810 Rs 11,110,711
Detailed list of average assets for candidates state wise is given below. Twelve candidates with assets more than 100
crores have been excluded while calculating average assets.
55 National level analysis - Lok Sabha 2009
Top 20 crorepati candidates
Given below is the list of top 20 crorepati candidates who contested Lok Sabha 2009 elections. A total of 7 of these can-
didates won and 13 lost Lok Sabha 2009 elections.
S
No
Name State Constitu-
ency
Party Movable Assets
(Rs)
Immovable
Assets (Rs)
Total
Assets (Rs)
P
AN
Won/
Lost
1 MOHANRAJ
J
Tamil Nadu Chennai
South
JJ 19,77,17,16,000 35,35,000 19,77,52,51,000
1977 Cror+
Y lost
2 V. M. SINGH Uttar
Pradesh
Pilibhit INC 55,66,925 6,31,60,00,000 6,32,15,66,925
632 Cror+
Y lost
3 DEEPAK
BHARDWAJ
National
Capital Terri-
tory Of Delhi
West Delhi BSP 52,17,22,215 5,51,66,25,160 6,03,83,47,375
603 Cror+
Y lost
4 KHIMJIBHAI
HARJIVANB-
HAI
PATADIYA
Gujarat Suren-
dranagar
KKJHS 2,55,05,57,807 2,59,91,70,000 5,14,97,27,807
514 Cror+
N lost
5 NAMA NAG-
ESWARA
RAO
Andhra
Pradesh
Kham-
mam
TDP 1,41,28,66,278 32,46,41,855 1,73,75,08,133
173 Cror+
Y won
6 KANWAR
SINGH
TANWAR
Nct Of Delhi South
Delhi
BSP 4,08,11,008 1,50,91,66,267 1,54,99,77,275
154 Cror+
Y lost
7 NAVEEN
JINDAL
Haryana Kuruk-
shetra
INC 1,25,34,82,000 5,72,48,000 1,31,07,30,000
131 Cror+
Y won
8 SUBHASH
TIPPANNA
NELGE
Karnataka Bidar JD(S) 4,91,14,264 1,25,18,20,867 1,30,09,35,131
130 Cror+
Y lost
9 ABU ASIM
AZMI
Maharashtra Mumbai
North
West
SP 1,02,44,49,679 22,29,39,312 1,24,73,88,991
124 Cror+
N lost
10 L
RAJAGOPAL
Andhra
Pradesh
Vijayawa-
da
INC 96,81,52,574 25,48,12,335 1,22,29,64,909
122 Cror+
Y won
11 BALASHOW-
RY VALLAB-
HANENI
Andhra
Pradesh
Naras-
araopet
INC 1,00,17,28,113 21,77,00,000 1,21,94,28,113
121 Cror+
Y lost
12 SURENDRA
BABU. R.
Karnataka Bangalore
North
JD(S) 35,02,000 1,08,10,00,000 1,08,45,02,000
108 Cror+
N lost
13 MALOOK
NAGAR
Uttar
Pradesh
Meerut BSP 8,81,83,000 76,49,82,000 85,31,65,000
85 Cror+
Y lost
14 DR SATDEVA
CHADDA
Rajasthan Jaipur IND 4,58,86,000 79,85,00,000 84,43,86,000
84 Cror+
Y lost
15 PATEL PRA-
FUL MANO-
HARBHAI
Maharashtra Bhandara-
Gondiya
NCP 15,20,54,970 68,55,94,361 83,76,49,331
83 Cror+
Y won
16 DR. G.
VIVEKA-
NAND
Andhra
Pradesh
Pedda-
palle
INC 23,99,68,026 48,95,41,656 72,95,09,682
72 Cror+
Y won
17 Y.S. JAGAN
MOHAN
REDDY
Andhra
Pradesh
Kadapa INC 50,74,85,537 22,06,66,121 72,81,51,658
72 Cror+
Y won
56 A Report by ADR
Analysis based on assets- for MPs
Out of 543 MPs in Lok Sabha 2009, 315 MPs are crorepatis as compared to 156 crorepati MPs from Lok Sabha 2004 i.e an
increase of 102%. The average asset of a MP in Lok Sabha 2004 was Rs 1.86 cr which rose to Rs 4.56 cr in Lok Sabha 2009.
Between Lok Sabha 2004 & 2009 there has been an average asset increase of 145% for MPs.
*For calculating average assets, assets of three MPs above hundred crores have been excluded. If we include the assets
of the three MPs above hundred crores, the average asset for MPs was Rs 5.32 crores. This showed an increase of 186%
in the assets of MPs from Lok Sabha 2004 to Lok Sabha 2009.
The list of assets for all MPs is given at the end of the chapter.
S
No
Name State Constitu-
ency
Party Movable Assets
(Rs)
Immovable
Assets (Rs)
Total
Assets (Rs)
P
AN
Won/
Lost
18 RAJKUMARI
RATNA
SINGH
Uttar
Pradesh
Pratap-
garh
INC 62,28,48,635 5,54,22,000 67,82,70,635
67 Cror+
N won
19 D. A.
SRINIVAS
Andhra
Pradesh
Rajampet PRAP 20,08,19,543 46,93,00,000 67,01,19,543
67 Cror+
Y lost
20 CAPT.G.R.
GOPINATH
Karnataka Bangalore
South
IND 55,04,39,000 11,85,24,000 66,89,63,000
66 Cror+
Y lost
Table: Comparison Lok Sabha 2004 and Lok Sabha 2009 based on assets
Figure: Comparison Lok Sabha 2004 and Lok Sabha 2009 based on assets
In Lok Sabha 2004 In Lok Sabha 2009 Increase % Increase
No of crorepati MPs 156 315 159 102%
Average Asset of a MP*
(Rs in lakhs)
186.3 456.62 270.32 145%
0
100
200
300
400
500
No of crorepati MPs Average Asset of a MP*
(Rs in lakhs)
Lok Sabha 2004
Lok Sabha 2009
156
315
186.3
456.62
57 National level analysis - Lok Sabha 2009
Chances of winning based on assets
Crorepati MPs- Party wise
As can be seen from the table, the higher the assets the more are the chances of winning of a candidate. 33% of the
candidates who declared assets of Rs 5 crore and above won. On the other hand less than 1% of candidates with assets
less than 10 lakh won. The election results seemed to be highly infuenced by the money power of the candidates.
A total of 71% MPs of INC were crorepati whereas for BJP the corresponding fgure was 51%. Over all 58% of the MPs
(315 out of 543 MPs) in Lok Sabha 2009 are crorepatis. Table below gives details of crorepati MPs of major parties.
Value of assets Number of
candidates
Number of winners % of winners
Very high (5 cr and above) 343 112 32.65%
High (50 lakhs to 5 cr) 1592 294 18.47%
Medium (50 lakhs to 10
lakhs)
1911 120 6.28%
Low (less than 10 lakhs) 3964 17 0.43%
Table: Chances of winning based on assets
Table: Crorepati MPs - Party wise break up
Party Total
candidates
analysed by
NEW
Total crorepati
candidates
Total winners Total crorepati
Winners
% of crorepati
winners
INC 438 275 206 146 71%
BJP 428 180 116 59 51%
SP 192 63 23 14 61%
BSP 493 147 21 13 62%
JD(U) 53 12 20 8 40%
AITC 33 8 19 7 37%
DMK 21 15 18 13 72%
CPM 81 5 16 1 6%
BJD 18 7 14 6 43%
SHS 46 17 11 9 82%
ADMK 21 11 9 5 56%
NCP 68 32 9 7 78%
RJD 44 12 4 2 50%
Others 5874 465 57 25 44%
Total 7810 1249 543 315 58%
58 A Report by ADR
Crorepati MPs - Statewise
Maximum number of crorepati MPs are from Uttar Pradesh (52, i.e. 65%) followed by Maharashtra (38, i.e.
79%). There are several states like Delhi, Punjab, Arunachal Pradesh etc where all the MPs are crorepatis. The
following table gives statewise details:
State/UT Number of MPs
from State
Number of
crorepati MPs
% of crorepatis MPs
from state
UTTAR PRADESH 80 52 65%
MAHARASHTRA 48 38 79%
ANDHRA PRADESH 42 32 76%
TAMIL NADU 39 25 64%
KARNATAKA 28 25 89%
BIHAR 40 17 43%
MADHYA PRADESH 29 15 52%
RAJASTHAN 25 14 56%
PUNJAB 13 13 100%
GUJARAT 26 12 46%
WEST BENGAL 42 11 26%
HARYANA 10 9 90%
NCT DELHI 7 7 100%
JHARKHAND 14 6 43%
ORISSA 21 6 29%
ASSAM 14 5 36%
KERALA 20 5 25%
UTTARAKHAND 5 4 80%
CHHATTISGARH 11 3 27%
HIMACHAL PRADESH 4 3 75%
JAMMU & KASHMIR 6 3 50%
ARUNACHAL PRADESH 2 2 100%
DADRA & NAGAR HAVELI 1 1 100%
CHANDIGARH 1 1 100%
PUDUCHERRY 1 1 100%
DAMAN & DIU 1 1 100%
GOA 2 1 50%
LAKSHADWEEP 1 1 100%
MEGHALAYA 2 1 50%
59 National level analysis - Lok Sabha 2009
Average assets per MP for major parties
Average asset of a MP from INC was Rs 5.98 crores, for BJP MP it was Rs 3.45 crores, for NCP MP it was Rs 18.84 crores, for
DMK MP it was Rs 5.03 crores, for BSP and BJD MPs it was approx Rs 4 crores each. For calculating average assets, assets
of 12 candidates and 3 MPs over Rs 100 crores have been excluded. The following table gives details of average assets
partywise for both candidates and MPs:
Table: Average assets for winners
Party Number of
candidates
considered
Average assets for
candidates
Number of MPs
considered
Average
Assets
for MPs
INC 438 Rs 4,87,34,782 ~
4 Cror+
206 Rs 5,98,07,362
~ 5 Cror+
NCP 68 Rs 4,85,00,861 ~
4 Cror+
9 Rs 18,84,85,465
~ 18 Cror+
DMK 21 Rs 4,39,69,640 ~
4 Cror+
18 Rs 5,03,87,301
~ 5 Cror+
BSP 493 Rs 1,96,05,950 ~
1 Cror+
21 Rs 4,76,55,810
~ 4 Cror+
BJD 18 Rs 3,53,90,282 ~
3 Cror+
14 Rs 4,36,55,896
~ 4 Cror+
BJP 428 Rs 2,52,83,079 ~
2 Cror+
116 Rs 3,45,95,753
~ 3 Cror+
ADMK 21 Rs 2,44,72,025 ~
2 Cror+
9 Rs 2,92,98,133
~ 2 Cror+
SP 192 Rs 1,52,11,632 ~
1 Cror+
23 Rs 2,41,41,054
~ 2 Cror+
SHS 46 Rs 2,00,21,769 ~
2 Cror+
11 Rs 3,08,42,808
~ 3 Cror+
AITC 33 Rs 1,00,73,927 ~
1 Cror+
19 Rs 1,08,10,509
~ 1 Cror+
RJD 44 Rs 85,78,923 ~
85 Lacs+
4 Rs 1,36,58,005
~ 1 Cror+
JD(U) 53 Rs 77,14,214 ~
77 Lacs+
20 Rs 1,02,28,017
~ 1 Cror+
CPM 81 Rs 33,53,168 ~
33 Lacs+
16 Rs 38,53,204 ~
38 Lacs+
Others 5874 Rs 1,08,87,869 ~
1 Cror+
57 Rs 7,51,21,789
~ 7 Cror+
60 A Report by ADR
Figure: Comparison average assets for candidates & MPs in Lok Sabha 2009
Average assets for candidates
(in Lakhs)
Average Assets for MPs
(in Lakhs)
2000
1800
1600
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0
INC NCP DMK BSP BJD BJP ADMK SP SHS
487.35 485.01
439.70
476.56
353.90
252.83
244.72
292.98
152.12
241.41
200.22
308.43
345.96
436.56
196.06
503.87
1884.85
598.07
61 National level analysis - Lok Sabha 2009
The table below gives average assets per MP state wise. Maximum MPs (80) are from UP with an average asset
of Rs 4.8 crore followed by 48 MPs from Maharashtra with average asset of Rs 8 crore. For all states please refer
to the table given below. For calculating average assets state wise, MPs with assets above 100 crores have not
been included and hence assets of 1 MP from Haryana and 2 MPs from Andhra Pradesh have been excluded
while calculating average assets.
State Average Assets MP Count
UTTAR PRADESH Rs 4,89,44,106 ~ 4 Cror+ 80
MAHARASHTRA Rs 8,07,47,015 ~ 8 Cror+ 48
ANDHRA PRADESH Rs 9,24,88,651 ~ 9 Cror+ 42
WEST BENGAL Rs 97,75,754 ~ 97 Lacs+ 42
BIHAR Rs 2,69,81,356 ~ 2 Cror+ 40
TAMIL NADU Rs 4,71,22,109 ~ 4 Cror+ 39
MADHYA PRADESH Rs 2,86,58,572 ~ 2 Cror+ 29
KARNATAKA Rs 7,36,02,448 ~ 7 Cror+ 28
GUJARAT Rs 2,08,49,567 ~ 2 Cror+ 26
RAJASTHAN Rs 3,32,92,817 ~ 3 Cror+ 25
ORISSA Rs 3,03,06,071 ~ 3 Cror+ 21
KERALA Rs 1,64,95,161 ~ 1 Cror+ 20
ASSAM Rs 3,23,83,709 ~ 3 Cror+ 14
JHARKHAND Rs 2,03,69,900 ~ 2 Cror+ 14
PUNJAB Rs 11,39,55,524 ~ 11 Cror+ 13
CHHATTISGARH Rs 1,15,19,235 ~ 1 Cror+ 11
HARYANA Rs 5,52,14,437 ~ 5 Cror + 10
NCT OF DELHI Rs 7,14,65,724 ~ 7 Cror+ 7
JAMMU & KASHMIR Rs 2,23,92,709 ~ 2 Cror+ 6
UTTARAKHAND Rs 3,66,08,190 ~ 3 Cror+ 5
HIMACHAL PRADESH Rs 6,59,59,663 ~ 6 Cror+ 4
MEGHALAYA Rs 12,91,32,743 ~ 12 Cror+ 2
ARUNACHAL PRADESH Rs 6,42,28,511 ~ 6 Cror+ 2
GOA Rs 1,96,85,466 ~ 1 Cror+ 2
TRIPURA Rs 35,94,281 ~ 35 Lacs+ 2
MANIPUR Rs 17,08,809 ~ 17 Lacs+ 2
Average assets per MP from various states
62 A Report by ADR
Asset position in constituency among candidates and chances of winning
The following table gives an analysis of asset position in constituency among candidates (highest asset to
lowest asset) and their chances of winning. From 184 constituencies i.e. 34% constituencies, candidates with
highest declared assets according to their own self sworn afdavits emerged as MPs. From 24% constituen-
cies candidates with second highest declared assets won i.e in almost 58% constituencies candidates with
frst or second position according to assets emerged as MPs. The number of MPs kept decreasing according to
their position in the constituency based on assets.
State Average Assets MP Count
DADRA & NAGAR HAVELI Rs 8,34,94,860 ~ 8 Cror+ 1
CHANDIGARH Rs 3,87,29,400 ~ 3 Cror+ 1
DAMAN & DIU Rs 3,68,79,385 ~ 3 Cror+ 1
PUDUCHERRY Rs 3,57,79,157 ~ 3 Cror+ 1
LAKSHADWEEP Rs 2,09,77,767 ~ 2 Cror+ 1
SIKKIM Rs 1,85,03,294 ~ 1 Cror+ 1
MIZORAM Rs 53,54,186 ~ 53 Lacs+ 1
NAGALAND Rs 39,75,000 ~ 39 Lacs+ 1
ANDAMAN & NICOBAR
ISLANDS
Rs 12,41,034 ~ 12 Lacs+ 1
543
Table: Position in constituency based on assets and winners
Position in constituency
based on assets
Total winners % of winners
1 184 34%
2 131 24%
3 108 20%
4 43 8%
5 29 5%
6 19 3%
7 9 2%
8 6 1%
9 8 1%
10 1 0%
11 3 1%
12 1 0%
24 1 0%
Grand Total 543 100%
63 National level analysis - Lok Sabha 2009
Figure: Asset position in constituency among candidates and winners
S
No
Name State Constitu-
ency
Party Movable
Assets (Rs)
Immovable
Assets (Rs)
Total
Assets (Rs)
PAN
Given
1 RAJKUMARI
RATNA SINGH
Uttar
Pradesh
Pratap-
garh
INC 62,28,48,635 5,54,22,000 67,82,70, 635
67 Cror+
N
2 VINCENT H
PALA
Meghalaya Shillong INC 2,29,03,060 22,87,18,130 25,16,21,190
25 Cror+
N
3 SHASHI
THAROOR
Kerala Thiru-
vanan-
thapuram
INC 20,09,10,302 27,25,965 20,36,36,267
20 Cror+
N
4 ANGADI
SURESH
CHANNA-
BASAPPA
Karnataka Belgaum BJP 6,93,24,263 9,50,20,000 16,43,44,263
16 Cror+
N
5 NAPOLEON,
D.
Tamil Nadu Peram-
balur
DMK 1,30,31,550 11,75,51,433 13,05,82,983
13 Cror+
N
6 TAWARE
SURESH
KASHINATH
Maharash-
tra
Bhiwandi INC 24,92,054 10,65,47,898 10,90,39,952
10 Cror+
N
Crorepati MPs PAN not given
25 crorepati MPs have not declared their PAN details even though these declarations are part of the afdavit. The names
of these MPs are given below-
Asset position in constituency among candidates
N
u
m
b
e
r

o
f

w
i
n
n
e
r
s
200
180
160
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 24
184
131
108
43
29
19
9
6
8
1
3
1 1
Winners
64 A Report by ADR
S
No
Name State Constitu-
ency
Party Movable
Assets (Rs)
Immovable
Assets (Rs)
Total
Assets (Rs)
PAN
Given
7 NINONG
ERING
Arunachal
Pradesh
Arunachal
East
INC 3,53,20,000 6,90,00,000 10,43,20,000
10 Cror+
N
8 MAGUNTA
SRINIVASULU
REDDY
Andhra
Pradesh
Ongole INC 8,21,09,672 1,87,41,000 10,08,50,672
10 Cror+
N
9 TAMBIDURAI.
M
Tamil Nadu Karur ADMK 4,51,40,517 4,86,09,710 9,37,50,227
9 Cror+
N
10 VENUGOPAL.
D
Tamil Nadu Tiruvan-
namalai
DMK 20,10,000 5,50,00,000 5,70,10,000
5 Cror+
N
11 K. H.
MUNIYAPPA
Karnataka Kolar INC 1,42,16,402 3,77,05,000 5,19,21,402
5 Cror+
N
12 JAGDAMBIKA
PAL
Uttar
Pradesh
Domariya-
ganj
INC 66,21,330 4,31,00,000 4,97,21,330
4 Cror+
N
13 J. SHANTHA Karnataka Bellary BJP 4,40,72,264 25,00,000 4,65,72,264
4 Cror+
N
14 LALUBHAI
PATEL
Daman &
Diu
Daman &
Diu
BJP 1,61,07,985 2,07,71,400 3,68,79,385
3 Cror+
N
15 DR. MANDA
JAGANNATH
Andhra
Pradesh
Nagarkurn
ool
INC 29,26,000 2,52,00,000 2,81,26,000
2 Cror+
N
16 ADV. DUD-
HGAONKAR
GANESHRAO
NAGORAO
Maharash-
tra
Parbhani SHS 32,39,563 2,48,72,157 2,81,11,720
2 Cror+
N
17 TAKAM SAN-
JOY
Arunachal
Pradesh
Arunachal
West
INC 95,97,021 1,45,40,000 2,41,37,021
2 Cror+
N
18 RAVNEET
SINGH
Punjab Anandpur
Sahib
INC 13,06,443 2,05,15,000 2,18,21,443
2 Cror+
N
19 RAVNEET
SINGH
Kerala Kasaragod CPM 1,63,245 1,76,60,400 1,78,23,645
1 Cror+
N
20 PANABAKA
LAKSHMI
Andhra
Pradesh
Bapatla INC 96,35,386 77,51,680 1,73,87,066
1 Cror+
N
21 HARSH
VARDHAN
Uttar
Pradesh
Maharaj-
ganj
INC 9,00,000 1,61,50,000 1,70,50,000
1 Cror+
N
22 VINAY KUMAR
ALIAS VINNU
Uttar
Pradesh
Shrawasti INC 3,18,200 1,54,25,000 1,57,43,200
1 Cror+
N
23 BASORI
SINGH
MASRAM
Madhya
Pradesh
Mandla INC 11,71,178 1,23,50,000 1,35,21,178
1 Cror+
N
24 SHARIEF UD
DIN SHARIQ
Jammu &
Kashmir
Baramulla JKN 19,55,000 1,00,00,000 1,19,55,000
1 Cror+
N
25 GORAKH-
NATH
Uttar
Pradesh
Bhadohi BSP 19,31,442 82,36,306 1,01,67,748
1 Cror+
N
65 National level analysis - Lok Sabha 2009
Details of top 20 MPs based on maximum assets
The table given below is a list of MPs with top 20 highest assets.
S
No
Name State Constitu-
ency
Party Movable
Assets (Rs)
Immovable
Assets (Rs)
Total Assets
(Rs)
PAN
Given
1 NAMA NAG-
ESWARA RAO
ANDHRA
PRADESH
Kham-
mam
TDP 1,41,28,66,278 32,46,41,855 1,73,75,08,133
173 Cror+
Y
2 NAVEEN
JINDAL
HARYANA Kuruk-
shetra
INC 1,25,34,82,000 5,72,48,000 1,31,07,30,000
131 Cror+
Y
3 L RAJAGOPAL ANDHRA
PRADESH
Vijayawa-
da
INC 96,81,52,574 25,48,12,335 1,22,29,64,909
122 Cror+
Y
4 PATEL PRAFUL
MANOHARB-
HAI
MAHA-
RASHTRA
Bhandara-
Gondiya
NCP 15,20,54,970 68,55,94,361 83,76,49,331
83 Cror+
Y
5 DR. G.
VIVEKANAND
ANDHRA
PRADESH
Pedda-
palle
INC 23,99,68,026 48,95,41,656 72,95,09,682
72 Cror+
Y
6 Y.S. JAGAN
MOHAN
REDDY
ANDHRA
PRADESH
Kadapa INC 50,74,85,537 22,06,66,121 72,81,51,658
72 Cror+
Y
7 RAJKUMARI
RATNA SINGH
UTTAR
PRADESH
Pratap-
garh
INC 62,28,48,635 5,54,22,000 67,82,70,635
67 Cror+
N
8 HARSIMRAT
KAUR
PUNJAB Bathinda SAD 24,11,64,703 36,19,35,432 60,31,00,135
60 Cror+
Y
9 SUPRIYA SULE MAHA-
RASHTRA
Baramati NCP 38,78,14,597 11,66,85,976 50,45,00,573
50 Cror+
Y
10 SURENDRA
SINGH NAGAR
UTTAR
PRADESH
Gautam
Budhha
Nagar
BSP 25,11,04,300 24,09,80,000 49,20,84,300
49 Cror+
Y
11 H D KUMARA
SWAMY
KARNATAKA Bangalore
Rural
JD(S) 28,28,08,574 20,19,79,807 48,47,88,381
48 Cror+
Y
12 SHIVAKU-
MAR CHAN-
NABASAPPA
UDASI
KARNATAKA Haveri BJP 22,99,36,935 25,25,74,633 48,25,11,568
48 Cror +
Y
13 PRENEET KAUR PUNJAB Patiala INC 3,07,78,438 39,22,65,000 42,30,43,438
42 Cror+
Y
14 ANNUTANDON UTTAR
PRADESH
Unnao INC 20,97,93,867 21,15,58,878 42,13,52,745
42 Cror+
Y
15 UDAY SINGH
ALIAS PAPPU
SINGH
BIHAR Purnia BJP 9,00,27,669 32,90,03,000 41,90,30,669
41 Cror+
Y
16 M RAJAMO-
HAN REDDY
ANDHRA
PRADESH
Nellore INC 10,54,79,996 25,79,82,700 36,34,62,696
36 Cror+
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17 DUTT PRIYA
SUNIL
MAHA-
RASHTRA
Mumbai
North
Central
INC 3,18,81,408 31,76,95,040 34,95,76,448
34 Cror+
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18 BADRUDDIN
AJMAL
ASSAM Dhubri AUDF 3,19,80,608 27,15,40,393 30,35,21,001
30 Cror+
Y
19 KAPIL SIBAL NCT OF
DELHI
Chandni
Chowk
INC 6,76,08,459 23,58,35,332 30,34,43,791
30 Cror+
Y
20 PINAKI MISRA ORISSA Puri BJD 65,00,000 29,04,00,000 29,69,00,000
29 Cror+
Y
66 A Report by ADR
Female representation in Lok Sabha 2009 elections
Out of 8070 candidates who contested in Lok Sabha 2009 elections, only 556 or 7% were women. Out of these 556 only
59 or 11% emerged as MPs. The party wise break up for female candidates and MPs vis a vis male candidates and MPs
is as below-
INC BJP SP BSP JD(U) CPM Other
parties
Total
Women
Candidates 43 44 15 28 3 6 417 556
MPs 24 13 3 4 2 1 12 59
% Women can-
didates
10% 10% 8% 6% 5% 7% 7% 7%
% Women MPs 12% 11% 13% 19% 10% 6% 9% 11%
Men
Candidates 397 389 178 472 52 76 5950 7514
MPs 182 103 20 17 18 15 129 484
% Men candi-
dates
90% 90% 92% 94% 95% 93% 93% 93%
% Men MPs 88% 89% 87% 81% 90% 94% 91% 89%
Total
Candidates 440 433 193 500 55 82 6367 8070
MPs 206 116 23 21 20 16 141 543
Table: Candidate distribution based on gender analysis
Table: Party wise female representation
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472
Analysis of the frst list
of Cabinet Ministers
CONTENTS
Pending criminal cases details ........................................................................................................... 69
Financial details..................................................................................................................................... 69
Average Assets and the PAN details .................................................................................................. 70
Asset details of ministers..................................................................................................................... 71
Full details of pending criminal cases on ministers ....................................................................... 76
69 Analysis of first list of Cabinet Ministers
Analysis of the frst list of Cabinet Ministers
Pending criminal cases details
Afdavits of 66 out of 79 ministers in the frst list of cabinet ministers in Lok Sabha 2009 were analysed by NEW. Out
of these 66 ministers, there are pending criminal cases against 9 ministers. The ministers who have declared that they
have pending criminal cases against them are-
1. Subodh Kant Sahay (INC),
2. Wasnik Mukul Balkrishna (INC),
3. Ajay Makan (INC),
4. Harish Rawat (INC),
5. Arun Yadav (INC),
6. Pratik Prakash Babu Patil (INC),
7. Pradeep Kumar Jain (INC),
8. Adhikari Sisir Kumar (AITC) and
9. Gandhi Selvan (DMK).
Adhikari Sisir Kumar (AITC) has declared that there is a pending criminal charge of theft against him. 5 ministers
have declared that they are charged with wrongful restraint : Ajay Makan, Wasnik Mukul Balkrishna, Arun Yadav, Pratik
Prakash Babu Patil & Pradeep Kumar Jain.
Financial details
There are 49 crorepati ministers in the new Lok Sabha. INC has 40, DMK has 5, NCP has 2 and JKNC & AITC has 1 crorepati
minister each.
Maximum assets in the ministers are those of Mr Praful Patel of NCP from Bhandara, Gondiya, Maharashtra 83.7 Cr,
followed by Ms Preneet Kaur of INC from Patiala at 42.3 Cr and Kapil Sibal of INC from Chandni Chowk at 30.3 Cr. The
details of the ministers with maximum assets (top 5) are given below:
Mimimum assets are those of Ms Mamta Bannerjee of AITC at 4.73 Lakhs, followed by Mr Adhikari Sisir Kumar of AITC at
10.8 Lakhs and Mr Antony of INC at 14.2 lakhs. The 5 MPs with lowest assets are given below:
State Constituency Name of Minister Party Total Assets in Rs
Maharashtra Bhandara-Gondiya Praful Patel Manoharbhai NCP 837,649,331
Punjab Patiala PRENEET KAUR INC 423,043,438
NCTDelhi Chandni Chowk KAPIL SIBAL INC 303,443,791
Tamil Nadu Sivaganga CHIDAMBARAM P INC 273,908,542
Meghalaya Shillong VINCENT H PALA INC 251,621,190
State Constituency Name of Minister Party Total Assets in Rs
WEST BENGAL Mathurapur CHOUDHURY MOHAN
JATUA
AITC 2,585,000
GUJARAT Bardoli TUSHARBHAI AMARSINH-
BHAI CHAUDHARY
INC 2,213,661
KERALA Pathanamthitta ANTO ANTONY INC 1,424,205
WEST BENGAL Kanthi ADHIKARI SISIR KUMAR AITC 1,083,159
WEST BENGAL Kolkata Dakshin MAMATA BANERJEE AITC 473,194
70 A Report by ADR
Average Assets and the PAN details
Average asset of the ministers in this Lok Sabha is 7.30 Cr, while that of the MPs is Rs 4.56 cr in Lok Sabha 2009. For
calculating average assets, assets of three MPs above hundred crores have been excluded. If we include the assets of the
three MPs above hundred crores, the average asset for MPs was Rs 5.32 crores.
There are fve crorepati ministers who have not declared their PAN details along with their afdavits. The list of these
ministers is given below-
State Constituency Name of Minister PAN given
MEGHALAYA Shillong VINCENT H PALA No
KERALA Thiruvananthapuram SHASHI THAROOR No
TAMIL NADU Perambalur NAPOLEON-D. No
KARNATAKA Kolar K.H.MUNIYAPPA No
ANDHRA PRADESH Bapatla PANABAKA LAKSHMI No
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76 A Report by ADR
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
1 SUBODH KANT SAHAY JHARKHAND Ranchi INC 57 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 143, 188, 353, 283 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Section Description
143 Being member of an unlawful
assembly
188 Disobedience to order duly
promulgated by public servant
283 Danger or obstruction in public way
or line of navigation
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
2 WASNIK MUKUL BALKRISHNA MAHARASH-
TRA
Ramtek INC 49 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - U/S147,149,341 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in
prosecution of common object
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 341 wrongful restraint
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constitu-
ency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
3 AJAY MAKAN NATIONAL
CAPITAL TER-
RITORY OF
DELHI
New
Delhi
INC 45 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147, 149, 341 , Other 1.
Details -
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
149 Every member of unlawful
assembly guilty of ofence
committed in prosecution of
common object
Full details of pending criminal cases on Ministers
77 Analysis of the first list of cabinet ministers
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 341 wrongful restraint
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constitu-
ency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
4 HARISH RAWAT UTTARA-
KHAND
Hardwar INC 59 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 499,500,120B , Other Details - 1.
IPC Section Description
120B Punishment of criminal conspiracy
499 Defamation
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 500 defamation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constitu-
ency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
5 ADHIKARI SISIR KUMAR WEST BENGAL Kanthi AITC 69 1 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147,148,149,323,379,427 , Other 1.
Details - Gr 1138/81
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
379 1
Total 1
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in
prosecution of common object
323 voluntarily causing hurt
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
379 theft
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constitu-
ency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
6 GANDHISELVAN.S TAMIL NADU Namak-
kal
DMK 46 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 279,337,338 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Section Description
279 Rash driving or riding on a public
way
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 337 Causing hurt by act endangering life
or personal safety of others
78 A Report by ADR
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constitu-
ency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
7 ARUN SUBHASHCHANDRA
YADAV
MADHYA
PRADESH
Khandwa INC 36 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147,149,341 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in
prosecution of common object
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 341 wrongful restraint
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constitu-
ency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
8 PRATIK PRAKASHBAPU PATIL MAHARASH-
TRA
Sangli INC 36 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 341,332 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Section Description
332 Voluntarily causing hurt to deter
public servant from his duty
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 341 wrongful restraint
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constitu-
ency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
9 PRADEEP KUMAR JAIN UTTAR
PRADESH
Jhansi INC 46 0 2 0 2
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 1. 332, 447, , Other Details - 2/3 LOK
SAMPATI CHATI NIRDHARAN ACT
IPC Sections - 147, 283, 341 , Other Details - 7 2.
CRIMINAL LAW ACT
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
283 Danger or obstruction in public way
or line of navigation
332 Voluntarily causing hurt to deter
public servant from his duty
341 wrongful restraint
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 447 criminal trespass
Re-elected MPs and MPs who
re-contested but lost: Asset
Comparison
CONTENTS
Average asset increase for re contesting MPs - Party Wise ................................................... 81
Average asset increase for re-elected MPs - Party wise ......................................................... 83
Asset comparison for re-contesting MPs................................................................................... 85
Asset comparison for re-elected MPs......................................................................................... 99
81 Re contesting analysis
Re-elected MPs and MPs who re- contested but lost: Asset
Comparison
The chapter is based on the asset comparison analysis of following MPs -
MPs from Lok Sabha 2004 who re-contested in Lok Sabha 2009. 1.
MPs from Lok Sabha 2004 who re-contested in Lok Sabha 2009 and won. 2.
The comparison is based upon the affidavits filed by candidates as part of elections in 2004 and 2009. MPs whose
afdavits were not completely available from either 2004 or 2009 elections have been marked with *. The assets of such
MPs have not been considered for calculation purposes.
Executive Summary
The highlights of the analysis for both re-contesting and re-elected MPs are-
For re-contesting MPs
- Total re-contestlng MPs 304
- The average assets for these re contestlng MPs as declared ln 2004 Ps l9,253,442 (Ps l.9 Cr)
- The average asset for these re contestlng MPs as declared ln 2009 Ps 48,6l5,082 (Ps 4.8 Cr)
- Average asset growth for these re contestlng MPs Ps 29,36l,640 (Ps 2.9 Cr)
- Percentage growth ln assets for these re contestlng MPs 289%
For re-elected MPs
- Total re-elected MPs l57
- The average assets for these re-elected MPs as declared ln 2004 Ps 22,896,998 (Ps 2.2 Cr)
- The average asset for these re-elected MPs as declared ln 2009 Ps 60,893,869 (Ps 6 Cr)
- Average asset growth for these re-elected MPs Ps 37,996,87l (Ps 3.7 Cr)
- Percentage growth ln assets for these re-elected MPs 288%
82 A Report by ADR
S No 2009 Party Total number
of
MPs
Average assets
2004
Average assets
2009
Average asset
increase
Average
%
increase
in assets
1 |NC 112 34,906,l08 86,082,5l9 5l,l76,4l0 240%
2 BJP 68 ll,479,39l 36,5l4,025 25,034,634 3l4%
3 SP 21 l2,3l3,486 23,36l,847 ll,048,36l 340%
4 CPM 18 l,955,0l2 3,9l9,30l l,964,289 298%
5 BSP 15 l5,470,l75 3l,4l0,603 l5,940,428 852%
6 RJD 11 5,430,7l4 ll,907,655 6,476,94l l42%
7 SHS 7 l6,7l2,l88 3l,l44,625 l4,432,437 73%
8 DMK 6 l0,282,525 33,06l,828 22,779,303 224%
9 IND 4 34,537,642 l0l,l62,468 66,624,826 l32%
10 NCP 4 l4,970,938 33,248,354 l8,277,4l6 ll3%
11 BJD 4 6,482,730 l5,278,343 8,795,6l4 ll7%
12 SAD 4 l3,767,840 22,556,902 8,789,063 77%
13 PMK 4 2,785,097 ll,l2l,642 8,336,545 273%
14 JMM 4 l,972,005 8,329,l26 6,357,l2l 537%
15 CP| 4 2,469,305 3,787,l86 l,3l7,88l l32%
l6 TRS 2 9,305,287 36,723,l65 27,4l7,878 285%
l7 1D(S) 2 6,l90,837 l8,4l3,267 l2,222,430 896%
18 LJP 2 6,095,732 l4,37l,383 8,275,652 l90%
Average asset increase for re contesting MPs - Party Wise
Por re-contestlng MPs there has been an average lncrease of 240% for |NC MPs and 3l4% for 81P MPs.
Average asset increase for re-contesting MPs has been shown party-wise in the table given below.
0
200
400
600
800
1000
Other RJD BSP CPM SP BJP |NC
Re-contesting MPs Assets (Rs. Lakhs)
Assets 2004
Assets 2009
349
115
365
123
20
39
54
98
234
115
314
129
253
86l
Figure: Asset comparison for re-contesting MPs of major Parties
83 Re contesting analysis
S No 2009 Party Total number
of
MPs
Average assets
2004
Average assets
2009
Average asset
increase
Average
%
increase
in assets
19 1D(U) 2 5,02l,65l 8,222,l70 3,200,5l9 56%
20 AGP 2 l,779,594 4,226,783 2,447,l89 l37%
21 RLD 1 l3,423,683 58,232,462 44,808,779 334%
22 KLC 1 ll,235,355 35,436,273 24,200,9l8 2l5%
23 RPI 1 2,656,l72 l7,l79,8l3 l4,523,64l 547%
24 AIMIM 1 3,902,342 9,302,233 5,399,89l l38%
25 BPF 1 l,692,686 4,954,903 3,262,2l7 l93%
26 JVM 1 500,000 2,l37,675 l,637,675 328%
27 PDA 1 205,000 l,550,089 l,345,089 656%
28 A|TC 1 375,489 473,l94 97,705 26%
Grand Total 304 19,253,442 48,615,082 29,361,640 289%
84 A Report by ADR
Average asset increase for re-elected MPs - Party wise
Por re-elected MPs there has been an average lncrease of 340% for |NC MPs and l99% for 81P MPs. Por other partles
please see below.
S No 2009 Party Total number
of
MPs
Average assets
2004
Average assets
2009
Average asset
increase
Average
%
increase
in assets
1 |NC 73 35,825,794 95,488,597 59,662,803 340%
2 BJP 35 l2,83l,874 4l,945,074 29,ll3,200 l99%
3 DMK 7 9,544,063 30,763,590 2l,2l9,527 225%
4 SP 7 25,848,2l3 39,94l,033 l4,092,820 l68%
5 CPM 6 l,668,406 5,0l3,l07 3,344,70l 655%
6 BJD 5 5,253,l84 l4,434,875 9,l8l,69l 734%
7 SHS 5 2l,305,095 39,585,636 l8,280,540 59%
8 BSP 2 l,384,l30 6,640,406 5,256,277 38l%
9 CP| 2 3,458,438 2,942,374 -5l6,065 -l6%
10 RJD 2 6,769,38l l8,935,966 l2,l66,585 l46%
11 SAD 2 l2,308,626 l6,49l,356 4,l82,730 63%
12 AIMIM 1 3,902,342 9,302,233 5,399,89l l38%
13 A|TC 1 375,489 473,l94 97,705 26%
14 BPF 1 l,692,686 4,954,903 3,262,2l7 l93%
15 IND 1 8,842,586 ll,552,0l2 2,709,426 3l%
l6 1D(S) 1 ll,439,574 l9,672,l57 8,232,583 72%
l7 1D(U) 1 6,746,462 ll,996,586 5,250,l24 78%
18 JMM 1 3,802,022 8,229,4l9 4,427,397 ll6%
19 JVM 1 500,000 2,l37,675 l,637,675 328%
0
200
400
600
800
1000
Others BJP |NC
Assets 2004
Assets 2009
Assets of re-elected MPs (Rs.in Lakhs)
358
128
108
229
419
955
Figure: Asset comparison for re-elected MPs of INC & BJP
85 Re contesting analysis
S No 2009 Party Total number
of
MPs
Average assets
2004
Average assets
2009
Average asset
increase
Average
%
increase
in assets
20 NCP 1 32,7l7,582 87,238,434 54,520,852 l67%
21 RLD 1 l3,423,683 58,232,462 44,808,779 334%
22 TRS 1 8,598,858 22,669,420 l4,070,562 l64%
Grand Total 157 22,896,998 60,893,869 37,996,871 288%
For individual asset comparison please see the tables given in next page.
86 A Report by ADR
Asset comparison for re-contesting MPs
The following table gives the list for re-contesting MPs for Lok Sabha 2009.
S
No
Name 2009
Party
State Assets
in 2004
Assets in
2009
Increase %
In-
crease
Com-
ments
1 NAVEEN JINDAL |NC HARYANA l2l,295,000 l,3l0,730,000 l, l89, 435,
000
98l%
2 LAGADAPATI RAJA
GOPAL*
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
96,09l,980 l,222,964,909 l, l26, 872,
929
ll73% Bad scan
2004
afdavit
3 BALASHOWRY
VALLABHANENI
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
l03,238,9l4 l,2l9,428,ll3 l, ll6, l89,
199
l08l%
4 MON| KUMAP
SU88A
|NC ASSAM l86,328,386 578,758,296 392,429,9l0 2ll%
5 UDA S|NGH BJP BIHAR 30,654,l43 4l9,030,669 388,376,526 l267%
6 MEKAPATI RA-
JAMOHAN REDDY
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
55,243,669 363,462,696 308,2l9,027 558%
7 VINOD KHANNA BJP PUN1A8 8l,08l,889 35l,755,273 270,673,384 334%
8 PLNUKA
CHOwDHUP
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
l42,l0l,l62 38l,527,459 239,426,297 l68%
9 HARISH NAGPAL IND UTTAP PPADLSH 67,234,623 26l,250,266 l94,0l5,643 289%
10 DAGGU8AT|
PUPANDAPLSwAP|
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
34,524,378 202,639,26l l68,ll4,883 487%
11 KAPIL SIBAL |NC NCT DLLH| l58,850,000 303,443,79l l44,593,79l 9l%
12 DLSHMUKH
SU8HASH
SUPLSHCHANDPA
BJP MAHARASHTRA 36,747,006 l76,694,737 l39,947,73l 38l%
13 PANA GUP1LLT
SINGH
|NC PUN1A8 205,828,008 340,927,000 l35,098,992 66%
14 JYOTIRADITYA
MADHAVRAO
SC|ND|A
|NC MADHYA
PRADESH
28,087,039 l49,094,2l2 l2l,007,l73 43l%
15 ANGAD| SUPLSH
CHANA8ASAPPA
BJP KARNATAKA 47,466,698 l64,344,263 ll6,877,565 246%
l6 MANEKA GANDHI BJP UTTAP PPADLSH 66,693,705 l76,0l0,979 l09,3l7,274 l64%
l7 SALEEM IQBAL
SHERVANI
|NC UTTAP PPADLSH 96,980,000 203,l4l,000 l06,l6l,000 l09%
18 RAYAPATI SAMBA-
SIVA RAO
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
48,l98,297 l47,l43,582 98,945,285 205%
19 AARON RASHID.J.M |NC TAM|L NADU l53,505,l48 248,974,573 95,469,425 62%
20 CH|DAM8APAM P. |NC TAM|L NADU l79,86l,585 273,908,542 94,046,957 52%
21 G.M. SIDDESWARA BJP KARNATAKA 50,282,989 l40,248,867 89,965,878 l79%
22 KAMALNATH |NC MADHYA
PRADESH
5l,839,379 l4l,770,037 89,930,658 l73%
23 KALMAD| SUPLSH |NC MAHARASHTRA 39,400,875 l28,l65,624 88,764,749 225%
87 Re contesting analysis
S
No
Name 2009
Party
State Assets in
2004
Assets in 2009 Increase %
In-
crease
Com-
ments
24 SONTOSH MOHAN
DEV
|NC ASSAM l2,356,60l l0l,l08,377 88,75l,776 7l8%
25 RAJ BABBAR |NC UTTAP PPADLSH 22,326,400 l09,563,378 87,236,978 39l%
26 M|L|ND MUPL|
DEORA
|NC MAHARASHTRA 88,7l4,665 l75,373,l42 86,658,477 98%
27 BADIGA RA-
MAKRISHNA
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
l38,8l5,000 225,047,000 86,232,000 62%
28 KU. DLvLNDPA
SINGH YADAV
BSP UTTAP PPADLSH l23,563,829 209,7l3,306 86,l49,477 70%
29 NAVJOT SINGH
S|DHU
BJP PUN1A8 64,2ll,374 l43,635,662 79,424,288 l24%
30 ADHALARAO PATIL
SHIVAJIRAO
SHS MAHARASHTRA 52,228,l8l l27,ll3,l34 74,884,953 l43%
31 SPLLN|vASULU
PLDD MAGUNTA
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
26,523,2ll l00,850,672 74,327,46l 280%
32 ML|PA KUMAP |NC BIHAR 28,956,230 l0l,565,500 72,609,270 25l%
33 DELKAR MOHANB-
HAI SANJIBHAI
|NC DADRA & NA-
GAR HAVELI
28,6l9,l60 94,775,558 66,l56,398 23l%
34 GEORGE
FERNANDES
IND BIHAR 33,987,4l0 95,439,798 6l,452,388 l8l%
35 DUSHANT S|NGH BJP RAJASTHAN 7,082,067 64,ll0,900 57,028,833 805%
36 MALL|PUD|
MANGAPATI
PALLAM PA1U
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
l0,002,205 65,589,882 55,587,677 556%
37 PAWAR
SHAPADCHANDPA
GOVINDRAO
NCP MAHARASHTRA 32,7l7,582 87,238,434 54,520,852 l67%
38 AT|QUL AHAMAD` AD UTTAP PPADLSH 33,704,07l 87,293,000 53,588,929 l59% Movable
assets
page
missing
from 2009
afdavit
39 THANGKA8ALU K.
V.
|NC TAM|L NADU 55,430,788 l08,7l5,8l4 53,285,026 96%
40 MANI SHANKAR
AIYAR
|NC TAM|L NADU l9,39l,699 72,0l4,689 52,622,990 27l%
41 BIKRAM KESHARI
DEO
BJP ORISSA 3,237,000 52,792,000 49,555,000 l53l%
42 8AALU T. P. DMK TAM|L NADU 27,444,755 76,97l,478 49,526,723 l80%
43 vLNUGOPAL.D DMK TAM|L NADU 7,685,000 57,0l0,000 49,325,000 642%
44 P. JAYA PRADA
NAHATA
SP UTTAP PPADLSH 84,275,000 l3l,490,ll8 47,2l5,ll8 56%
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ments
45 K.H. MUN|APPA |NC KARNATAKA 6,l87,039 5l,92l,402 45,734,363 739%
46 AJIT SINGH RLD UTTAP PPADLSH l3,423,683 58,232,462 44,808,779 334%
47 SACH|N P|LOT |NC RAJASTHAN 2,5l9,000 46,489,558 43,970,558 l746%
48 JAIPAL REDDY
SUD|N|
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
l3,35l,507 56,l50,333 42,798,826 32l%
49 8.v|NOD KUMAP TRS ANDHRA
PRADESH
l0,0ll,7l6 50,776,909 40,765,l93 407%
50 AFAJAL ANSARI BSP UTTAP PPADLSH 5,085,455 45,844,836 40,759,38l 80l%
51 GAVIT MANIKRAO
HODLYA*
|NC MAHARASHTRA l,0l4,065 4l,064,753 40,050,688 3950% Bad scan
2004
afdavit
52 AKSHAY PRATAP
S|NGH (GOPAL 1|)
SP UTTAP PPADLSH 2,l69,847 42,ll8,096 39,948,249 l84l%
53 SELJA |NC HARYANA 8,076,087 46,7ll,386 38,635,299 478%
54 KOTLA 1AA SUPA
PRAKASH REDDY
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
l5,94l,80l 53,7l9,l95 37,777,394 237%
55 8HAPTPUHAP|
MAHTAB
BJD ORISSA l7,843,407 5l,073,86l 33,230,454 l86%
56 KAILASH NATH
SINGH YADAV
BSP UTTAP PPADLSH 5,843,089 36,904,540 3l,06l,45l 532%
57 AVTAR SINGH
BHADANA
|NC HARYANA 9,763,648 40,573,585 30,809,937 3l6%
58 KAMAT GUPUDAS |NC MAHARASHTRA 33,894,725 63,926,963 30,032,238 89%
59 SOLANKI
BHARATSINH
MADHAVSINH
|NC GU1APAT 996,308 30,9l8,994 29,922,686 3003%
60 AKHILES PRASAD
SINGH
RJD BIHAR 3,669,358 33,464,000 29,794,642 8l2%
6l PANKAJ
CHAUDHAP
BJP UTTAP PPADLSH l4,l74,40l 43,754,559 29,580,l58 209%
62 SHAMA CHAPAN
GUPT`
SP UTTAP PPADLSH l08,569,9l3 l35,600,000 27,030,087 25% Movable
assets
page
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from 2009
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63 RASHEED MASOOD SP UTTAP PPADLSH 26,l75,490 52,723,l38 26,547,648 l0l%
64 LAKSHMAN SINGH BJP MADHYA
PRADESH
49,0l4,3l4 75,l96,l88 26,l8l,874 53%
65 AKHILESH YADAV SP UTTAP PPADLSH 23,l42,705 48,582,202 25,439,497 ll0%
66 ELANGOVAN E. V.
K. S.
|NC TAM|L NADU 4,l3l,000 29,067,279 24,936,279 604%
67 K. PPANC|S
GEORGE
KLC KERALA ll,235,355 35,436,273 24,200,9l8 2l5%
68 JIVABHAI AMBALAL
PATEL
|NC GU1APAT 34,602,4l2 57,797,000 23,l94,588 67% Bad scan
2009 af-
fdavit
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Assets in
2009
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In-
crease
Com-
ments
69 LALU PPASAD RJD BIHAR 8,669,342 3l,702,693 23,033,35l 266%
70 DAYANIDHI MARAN DMK TAM|L NADU l4,040,963 36,669,23l 22,628,268 l6l%
7l L. K. ADVANI BJP GU1APAT l3,042,443 35,543,l72 22,500,729 l73%
72 S. P. Y. REDDY |NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
70,386,900 92,87l,000 22,484,l00 32%
73 AMBAREESH M. H. |NC KARNATAKA 7,394,8l9 29,735,720 22,340,90l 302%
74 MANE NIVEDITA
SAMBHAJIRAO
NCP MAHARASHTRA 7,9l3,845 30,l70,798 22,256,953 28l%
75 K. C. S|NGH 8A8A` |NC UTTAPAKHAND 22,3l9,954 43,987,049 2l,667,095 97% Bad scan
2004
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76 DR.MANDA
JAGANNATH
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
6,597,504 28,l26,000 2l,528,496 326%
77 PAwAN KUMAP
BANSAL
|NC CHAND|GAPH l7,550,052 38,729,400 2l,l79,348 l2l%
78 SUPLNDPA
PRAKASH GOYAL
|NC UTTAP PPADLSH 6,l64,6l6 27,055,550 20,890,934 339%
79 SHINGADA
DAMODAP 8APKU
|NC MAHARASHTRA 8,657,l09 28,928,5l3 20,27l,404 234%
80 BIREN SINGH ENGTI |NC ASSAM 5,389,l94 25,297,069 l9,907,875 369%
81 PAHUL GANDH| |NC UTTAP PPADLSH 4,527,880 23,274,706 l8,746,826 4l4%
82 SANGLLTA KUMAP|
SINGH DEO
BJP ORISSA 27,0l5,052 45,688,804 l8,673,752 69%
83 SANDEEP DIKSHIT |NC NCT DLLH| 4,764,90l 22,746,428 l7,98l,527 377%
84 DR. H.T.
SANGLIANA
|NC KARNATAKA 7,666,050 25,466,4ll l7,800,36l 232%
85 8P|1 8HUSHAN
SHARAN SINGH
SP UTTAP PPADLSH 35,8l0,577 53,537,885 l7,727,308 50%
86 DINSHA PATEL |NC GU1APAT 5,727,475 23,065,0l9 l7,337,544 303%
87 C. H.
VIJAYASHANKAR
BJP KARNATAKA 263,999 l7,493,l89 l7,229,l90 6526%
88 SUKHDLv S|NGH
DHINDSA
SAD PUN1A8 l3,984,34l 3l,l00,235 l7,ll5,894 l22%
89 VIJAYENDRAPAL
SINGH
BJP RAJASTHAN 24,354,054 4l,396,874 l7,042,820 70%
90 KANT|LAL 8HUP|A |NC MADHYA
PRADESH
l3,99l,825 30,557,089 l6,565,264 ll8%
91 M. AN1AN KUMAP
YADAV
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
4,250,700 20,620,697 l6,369,997 385%
92 M. SHIVANNA 1D(S) KARNATAKA 942,l00 l7,l54,377 l6,2l2,277 l72l%
93 BENI PRASAD
VERMA
|NC UTTAP PPADLSH 4,ll2,560 l9,9l3,574 l5,80l,0l4 384%
94 KUNNUP MAN1U-
NATH CHANNAPPA
|NC KARNATAKA l2,862,400 28,558,354 l5,695,954 l22%
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Assets in
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In-
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Com-
ments
95 KAMLA PRASAD* BSP UTTAP PPADLSH 4,482,000 20,087,099 l5,605,099 348% Unclear
hand
writing
in 2004
afdavit
96 SU8ODH KANT
SAHAY
|NC JHARKHAND l2,29l,253 27,854,9l8 l5,563,665 l27%
97 KUNwAP 1|T|N
PRASAD
|NC UTTAP PPADLSH l7,ll3,69l 32,656,975 l5,543,284 9l%
98 KRISHNA TIRATH |NC NCT DLLH| 6,4l5,254 2l,l46,350 l4,73l,096 230%
99 DANVE RAOSAHEB
DADARAO PATIL
BJP MAHARASHTRA 9,68l,004 24,27l,5l8 l4,590,5l4 l5l%
100 ATHAWALE
PAMDAS 8ANDU
RPI MAHARASHTRA 2,656,l72 l7,l79,8l3 l4,523,64l 547%
101 SUKDLO PASwAN` IND BIHAR 5,934,736 20,2l6,435 l4,28l,699 24l% Bad scan
2009
afdavit
102 KOLI PATEL SOMAB-
HAI GANDABHAI
|NC GU1APAT 4,404,l30 l8,635,7l8 l4,23l,588 323%
103 RAMSINGH KAS-
WAN
BJP RAJASTHAN l3,l98,438 27,403,097 l4,204,659 l08%
104 BIJOY KRISHNA
HAND|QUL
|NC ASSAM l,356,l92 l5,428,l23 l4,07l,93l l038%
105 K. CHAN-
DRASEKHAR RAO
TRS ANDHRA
PRADESH
8,598,858 22,669,420 l4,070,562 l64%
l06 MOORTHY A.K. PMK TAM|L NADU 3,696,74l l7,642,595 l3,945,854 377%
l07 JASWANT SINGH
BISHNOI
BJP RAJASTHAN 6,992,729 20,380,026 l3,387,297 l9l%
108 APv|ND KUMAP
SHARMA
|NC HARYANA 5,736,332 l9,07l,256 l3,334,924 232%
109 PAM 1| LAL SUMAN SP UTTAP PPADLSH 4,235,985 l7,5l6,869 l3,280,884 3l4%
110 INDERJIT SINGH |NC HARYANA 54,205,874 67,383,257 l3,l77,383 24%
111 ASHOK KUMAP
PRADHAN
BJP UTTAP PPADLSH l2,l39,733 25,263,357 l3,l23,624 l08%
112 PAM CHANDPA
PASWAN
LJP BIHAR 3,859,030 l6,903,975 l3,044,945 338%
113 TAPIR GAO BJP APUNACHAL
PRADESH
5,5l6,640 l8,520,000 l3,003,360 236%
114 MOHD. MUQULLM BSP UTTAP PPADLSH 4,302,000 l7,l50,000 l2,848,000 299%
115 RAMESH BAIS* BJP CHHATT|SGAPH 9,69l,l84 22,476,39l l2,785,207 l32% Bad scan
2004
afdavit
ll6 PRO. S.P SINGH
BAGHEL
BSP UTTAP PPADLSH 5,623,000 l8,28l,086 l2,658,086 225%
ll7 P. KAPUNAKAPAN CPM KERALA 5,l90,249 l7,823,645 l2,633,396 243%
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Assets in
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Com-
ments
118 KIRTI VARDHAN
SINGH ALIAS RAJA
BHAIYA
BSP UTTAP PPADLSH 8,600,704 20,957,984 l2,357,280 l44%
119 PANABAKA
LAKSHMI
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
5,394,726 l7,387,066 ll,992,340 222%
120 SUGAvANAM. L.G.` DMK TAM|L NADU 5,ll3,29l l6,974,l57 ll,860,866 232% Bad scan
2004
afdavit
121 PRANAB
MUKHLP1LL
|NC WEST BENGAL l5,204,925 26,920,479 ll,7l5,554 77%
122 CHANDPAPPATAP
SINGH
SP MADHYA
PRADESH
795,6l9 l2,464,922 ll,669,303 l467%
123 SHRIPRAKASH
JAISWAL
|NC UTTAP PPADLSH l9,l27,260 30,767,980 ll,640,720 6l%
124 GAwAL| (PAT|L)
KU. 8HAvANA
PUNDL|KPAO
SHS MAHARASHTRA l8,808,750 30,399,47l ll,590,72l 62%
125 GADAKH TUKAPAM
GANGADHAR
BSP MAHARASHTRA 23,446,680 34,95l,273 ll,504,593 49%
l26 GADD|GOUDAP
PAPvATAGOUDA
CHANDANAGOUDA
BJP KARNATAKA 5,375,000 l6,762,000 ll,387,000 2l2%
l27 1UAL OPAM BJP ORISSA 5,746,675 l7,0ll,470 ll,264,795 l96%
128 PARASNATH
YADAVA
SP UTTAP PPADLSH 2,94l,300 l3,874,968 l0,933,668 372%
129 AP1UN CHAPAN
SETHI*
BJD ORISSA 335,000 ll,06l,000 l0,726,000 3202% Assets
page
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130 MOHD. TAHIR BSP UTTAP PPADLSH ll6,697 l0,779,346 l0,662,649 9l37%
131 AHIR VIKRAMBHAI
ARJANBHAI
MADAM
|NC GU1APAT 4,982,028 l5,590,l09 l0,608,08l 2l3%
132 ADHIR RANJAN
CHOwDHUP
|NC WEST BENGAL l9,395,l74 29,943,557 l0,548,383 54%
133 PPLNLLT KAUP |NC PUN1A8 4l2,867,297 423,043,438 l0,l76,l4l 2%
134 SUPLSH
PRABHAKAR
PPA8HU
SHS MAHARASHTRA 4,520,l69 l4,650,806 l0,l30,637 224%
135 SU8HASH MLHAP|A BJP RAJASTHAN l3,267,020 23,383,778 l0,ll6,758 76%
l36 DHANAPA1U. K PMK TAM|L NADU 2,453,860 l2,53l,l34 l0,077,274 4ll%
l37 RAMAKANT YADAV BJP UTTAP PPADLSH l7,358,777 27,294,000 9,935,223 57%
138 AJAY MAKAN |NC NCT DLLH| 30,234,l58 40,l48,040 9,9l3,882 33%
139 D. V. SADANANDA
GOWDA
BJP KARNATAKA 4,635,359 l4,375,959 9,740,600 2l0%
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Assets in
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Increase %
In-
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Com-
ments
140 SONIA GANDHI* |NC UTTAP PPADLSH 4,l09,300 l3,794,768 9,685,468 236% Bad Scan
2004
afdavit
141 CHAPAN1|T S|NGH
ATWAL
SAD PUN1A8 l6,469,765 26,l44,663 9,674,898 59%
142 NARANBHAI
RATHWA
|NC GU1APAT 2,793,000 l2,4l2,727 9,6l9,727 344%
143 wAGMAPL SUPLSH
GANAPAT
BJP MAHARASHTRA 44l,000 9,965,000 9,524,000 2l60%
144 USHA vLPMA SP UTTAP PPADLSH 976,000 l0,lll,699 9,l35,699 936%
145 ANANTHA VENKATA
RAMI REDDY
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
3,890,000 l3,0l5,000 9,l25,000 235%
l46 SARVEY
SATHYANARAYANA
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
l,ll0,000 l0,ll2,52l 9,002,52l 8ll%
l47 HLMLAL MUPMU JMM JHARKHAND l,680,400 l0,680,606 9,000,206 536%
148 vLLU P. PMK TAM|L NADU 4,569,785 l3,437,838 8,868,053 l94%
149 AN|PUDH PPASAD
AL|AS SADHU
YADAV
|NC BIHAR 5,234,2l9 l4,06l,8l3 8,827,594 l69%
150 VAGHELA
SHANKERSINH
LAXMANSINH
|NC GU1APAT 6,0l4,l74 l4,445,0l0 8,430,836 l40%
151 DHIRENDRA
AGARWAL
IND JHARKHAND 28,085,948 36,407,794 8,32l,846 30%
152 CHANDPA
8HUSHAN S|NGH
(MUNNOO 8A8U)
SP UTTAP PPADLSH 9,260,000 l7,55l,589 8,29l,589 90%
153 H. D. DEVEGOWDA 1D(S) KARNATAKA ll,439,574 l9,672,l57 8,232,583 72%
154 BALIRAM KASHYAP BJP CHHATT|SGAPH l,865,382 9,948,590 8,083,208 433%
155 KISHAN SINGH
SANGWAN
BJP HARYANA 7,76l,938 l5,765,452 8,003,5l4 l03%
l56 TEK LAL MAHTO JMM JHARKHAND 625,000 8,550,ll9 7,925,ll9 l268%
l57 CHANDPAPAL
SINGH YADAV*
SP UTTAP PPADLSH 4,2l9,630 l2,09l,752 7,872,l22 l87% Bad Scan
2004
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158 PAGHUPA1 S|NGH
SHAKYA
SP UTTAP PPADLSH l,595,559 9,434,570 7,839,0ll 49l%
159 PAPAM1|T KAUP
GULSHAN
SAD PUN1A8 6,387,66l l4,208,609 7,820,948 l22%
l60 RATHOD HARISING
NASAPU
|NC MAHARASHTRA 3,80l,000 ll,5l2,482 7,7ll,482 203%
l6l DHANI RAM
SHANDIL
|NC H|MACHAL
PRADESH
9,272,958 l6,885,300 7,6l2,342 82%
l62 8APAD 1ASU8HA|
DHANABHAI
|NC GU1APAT l8,457,408 25,678,358 7,220,950 39%
l63 RAJA A. DMK TAM|L NADU 5,8l6,434 l2,99l,669 7,l75,235 l23%
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Party
State Assets
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Assets in
2009
Increase %
In-
crease
Com-
ments
l64 DHOTRE SANJAY
SHAMRAO
BJP MAHARASHTRA l2,289,645 l9,335,l44 7,045,499 57%
l65 CHANDPA SLKHAP
SAHU
|NC ORISSA l,4l7,000 8,220,532 6,803,532 480%
l66 FAGGAN SINGH
KULASTL
BJP MADHYA
PRADESH
3,09l,035 9,853,370 6,762,335 2l9%
l67 RAJEN GOHAIN BJP ASSAM 3,659,245 l0,290,89l 6,63l,646 l8l%
l68 ANANTH KUMAP BJP KARNATAKA 5,747,974 l2,206,366 6,458,392 ll2%
l69 JIGAJINAGI
RAMESH
CHANDAPPA
BJP KARNATAKA 5,480,600 ll,753,725 6,273,l25 ll4%
l70 SOHAN POTAI BJP CHHATT|SGAPH 2,ll4,406 8,26l,296 6,l46,890 29l%
l7l DP. SHAP|QUPPAH-
MAN BARQ
BSP UTTAP PPADLSH l,349,l5l 7,059,763 5,7l0,6l2 423%
l72 PAGHUNATH 1HA RJD BIHAR ll,267,l89 l6,964,767 5,697,578 5l%
l73 MADAN LAL
SHARMA
|NC 1AMMU & KASH-
MIR
6,2l7,000 ll,882,734 5,665,734 9l%
l74 HANNAN MOLLAH CPM WEST BENGAL 62l,879 6,208,l99 5,586,320 898%
l75 AHIR HANSRAJ
GANGARAM
BJP MAHARASHTRA 2,653,960 8,084,050 5,430,090 205%
l76 ASADUDD|N
OWAISI
AIM
IM
ANDHRA
PRADESH
3,902,342 9,302,233 5,399,89l l38%
l77 SHRIPAD YESSO
NAIK
BJP GOA 4,537,329 9,897,462 5,360,l33 ll8%
l78 v|LAS MUTTLMwAP |NC MAHARASHTRA l0,020,539 l5,302,294 5,28l,755 53%
l79 RAJIV RANJAN
SINGH ALIAS
LALAN SINGH
JD
(U)
BIHAR 6,746,462 ll,996,586 5,250,l24 78%
180 CHANDPA8HAN
BHAIYA*
|NC MADHYA
PRADESH
l0,343,289 l5,57l,335 5,228,046 5l% Immov-
able as-
sets page
missing
from 2009
afdavit
181 ANANTHKUMAP
HEGDE
BJP KARNATAKA l,206,000 6,427,l92 5,22l,l92 433%
182 HAP|SCHANDPA
DLvPAM CHAvAN
BJP MAHARASHTRA 3,3l2,29l 8,5l5,58l 5,203,290 l57%
183 NAND KUMAP
S|NGH CHAUHAN
( NANDU 8HA|A)
BJP MADHYA
PRADESH
4,5l0,l92 9,556,053 5,045,86l ll2%
184 DAROGA PRASAD
SAROJ
SP UTTAP PPADLSH 6l4,485 5,573,553 4,959,068 807%
185 KAPUNA SHUKLA` BJP CHHATT|SGAPH 2,289,000 7,200,288 4,9ll,288 2l5% Bad Scan
2004
afdavit
l86 KAvUPU SAM8A
SIVA RAO
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
ll7,898,22l l22,733,lll 4,834,890 4%
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State Assets
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Assets in
2009
Increase %
In-
crease
Com-
ments
l87 GANESH SINGH BJP MADHYA
PRADESH
2,548,l43 7,372,032 4,823,889 l89%
188 CHANDPAKANT
KHAIRE
SHS MAHARASHTRA 9,333,773 l4,l5l,539 4,8l7,766 52%
189 ASHOK KUMAP
RAWAT
BSP UTTAP PPADLSH l,4l9,l08 6,22l,049 4,80l,94l 338%
190 ASHOK
CHHAv|PAM APGAL
BJP MADHYA
PRADESH
3,220,504 7,953,043 4,732,539 l47%
191 MANVENDRA
SINGH
BJP RAJASTHAN 5,l06,839 9,8l0,062 4,703,223 92%
192 8HU8NLSHwAP
PRASAD MEHTA
CP| JHARKHAND 970,342 5,539,578 4,569,236 47l%
193 SITARAM YADAV RJD BIHAR 4,938,446 9,440,339 4,50l,893 9l%
194 CHANDPA
SHLKHAP DU8L
|NC JHARKHAND l0,250,582 l4,68l,276 4,430,694 43%
195 SH|8U SOPLN JMM JHARKHAND 3,802,022 8,229,4l9 4,427,397 ll6%
l96 KIRAN MAHESH-
WARI*
BJP RAJASTHAN 4,092,ll4 8,500,435 4,408,32l l08% Bad scan
2004
afdavit
l97 MADHUSUDAN
MISTRY
|NC GU1APAT l,908,568 6,306,522 4,397,954 230%
198 SANTOSH
GANGWAR
BJP UTTAP PPADLSH 7,043,4l6 ll,433,609 4,390,l93 62%
199 MAHENDRA
PRASAD NISHAD
BSP UTTAP PPADLSH l,082,468 5,l64,728 4,082,260 377%
200 SUDAM MAPND| JMM ORISSA l,780,596 5,856,359 4,075,763 229%
201 VIJAYAN A. K. S. DMK TAM|L NADU 3,l9l,000 7,205,000 4,0l4,000 l26%
202 PALAN|MAN|CKAM.
S. S.
DMK TAM|L NADU 3,5l6,998 7,523,592 4,006,594 ll4%
203 LAL MANI PRASAD BSP UTTAP PPADLSH l,07l,480 5,05l,684 3,980,204 37l%
204 GIRIDHARI YADAV |NC BIHAR 2,94l,000 6,837,392 3,896,392 l32%
205 CH|TTHAN N. S. v. |NC TAM|L NADU l3,247,227 l7,035,764 3,788,537 29%
206 CHANDLP KUMAP |NC H|MACHAL
PRADESH
7,304,760 ll,07l,942 3,767,l82 52%
207 PA8|NDPA KU.
RANA
RJD BIHAR 6,23l,27l 9,9l2,366 3,68l,095 59%
208 LPPANNA|DU
K|N1APAPU`
TDP ANDHRA
PRADESH
2,9l6,83l 6,52l,697 3,604,866 l24% Movable
assets
page
missing
from 2004
afdavit
209 HARIKEVAL PRAS-
AD
SP UTTAP PPADLSH 3,037,000 6,6l9,949 3,582,949 ll8%
210 RAM VILAS
PASWAN
LJP BIHAR 8,332,433 ll,838,79l 3,506,358 42%
211 N|KH|L KUMAP
CHOUDHAP
BJP BIHAR 4,535,938 8,0l8,754 3,482,8l6 77%
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State Assets
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Assets in
2009
Increase %
In-
crease
Com-
ments
212 SHP|CHAND
KRIPLANI
BJP RAJASTHAN 2,448,889 5,90l,396 3,452,507 l4l%
213 MAHAVEER
BHAGORA
BJP RAJASTHAN 3,526,777 6,934,00l 3,407,224 97%
214 SUM|TPA
MAHAJAN
BJP MADHYA
PRADESH
4,422,500 7,762,806 3,340,306 76%
215 HARIN PATHAK BJP GU1APAT l0,l85,93l l3,474,484 3,288,553 32%
2l6 BRAJA KISHORE
TRIPATHY
BJP ORISSA 4,l97,384 7,475,864 3,278,480 78%
2l7 SANSUMA
KHUNGGUP
8w|SwMUTH|AP
BPF ASSAM l,692,686 4,954,903 3,262,2l7 l93%
218 KAILASH JOSHI BJP MADHYA
PRADESH
2,695,080 5,885,927 3,l90,847 ll8%
219 RAMESHWAR
ORAON
|NC JHARKHAND 9,238,423 l2,4l6,933 3,l78,5l0 34%
220 RANA RAJENDRAS-
INH GHANASHY-
AMS|NH (PA1U8HA|
PANA)
BJP GU1APAT 2,390,6l4 5,508,7ll 3,ll8,097 l30%
221 ANANT GEETE SHS MAHARASHTRA 5,5l8,754 8,555,6l7 3,036,863 55%
222 RAJARAM PAL |NC UTTAP PPADLSH l,47l,ll3 4,400,000 2,928,887 l99%
223 RAKESH SINGH BJP MADHYA
PRADESH
6,327,29l 9,23l,699 2,904,408 46%
224 SARBANANDA
SONOWAL
AGP ASSAM 2,038,l60 4,846,l40 2,807,980 l38%
225 KUNwAP SAPvPA1
SINGH
BSP UTTAP PPADLSH l4,28l,673 l7,078,923 2,797,250 20%
226 SHAILENDRA
KUMAP
SP UTTAP PPADLSH 9,337,874 l2,l28,999 2,79l,l25 30%
227 JYOTIRMOYEE
SIKDAR
CPM WEST BENGAL 7,545,592 l0,294,653 2,749,06l 36%
228 TATHAGATA
SATAPATHY
BJD ORISSA 2,775,930 5,5l5,930 2,740,000 99%
229 DAwA NAP8ULA |NC WEST BENGAL 7,065,000 9,800,000 2,735,000 39%
230 MD. ALI ASHRAF
FATMI
RJD BIHAR 2,07l,240 4,802,469 2,73l,229 l32%
231 MANDLIK
SADASHIVRAO
DADOBA
IND MAHARASHTRA 8,842,586 ll,552,0l2 2,709,426 3l%
232 PUPKAN ANSAP| |NC JHARKHAND l,499,897 4,052,000 2,552,l03 l70%
233 DP. PA1LSH KUMAP
MISHRA
|NC UTTAP PPADLSH l,24l,800 3,789,522 2,547,722 205%
234 8A1U 8AN P|AN CPM TP|PUPA l,l88,586 3,695,98l 2,507,395 2ll%
235 RAVI PRAKASH
VERMA
SP UTTAP PPADLSH 2,9l6,963 5,389,78l 2,472,8l8 85%
236 RASA SINGH RAWAT BJP RAJASTHAN l,47l,445 3,938,878 2,467,433 l68%
237 PUSP 1A|N BJP RAJASTHAN l,654,429 4,089,222 2,434,793 l47%
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Party
State Assets
in 2004
Assets in
2009
Increase %
In-
crease
Com-
ments
238 MITRASEN SP UTTAP PPADLSH 5,380,5l6 7,788,600 2,408,084 45%
239 MAHAVEER
PRASAD
|NC UTTAP PPADLSH 8,944,794 ll,323,938 2,379,l44 27%
240 THAwAP CHAND
GEHLOT
BJP MADHYA
PRADESH
2,0l6,554 4,387,856 2,37l,302 ll8%
241 CHANDPAMAN|
TRIPATHI
BJP MADHYA
PRADESH
l,05l,l44 3,386,806 2,335,662 222%
242 G.V. HARSHA
KUMAP
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
4,757,500 7,089,000 2,33l,500 49%
243 DIP GOGOI |NC ASSAM 342,75l 2,539,058 2,l96,307 64l%
244 MOHAN JENA BJD ORISSA 870,000 3,046,404 2,l76,404 250%
245 DP. APUN KUMAP
SARMAH
AGP ASSAM l,52l,028 3,607,426 2,086,398 l37%
246 KHAGEN DAS CPM TP|PUPA l,423,083 3,492,580 2,069,497 l45%
247 K. SUPLSH KUPUP CPM KERALA l,8l8,560 3,867,004 2,048,444 ll3%
248 BIJENDRA SINGH |NC UTTAP PPADLSH 2,892,600 4,9l3,000 2,020,400 70% Bad Scan
2004 af-
fdavit
249 JAI PARKASH |NC HARYANA 4,568,8l2 6,558,644 l,989,832 44%
250 JAI PRAKASH BSP UTTAP PPADLSH l6,583,667 l8,38l,208 l,797,54l ll%
251 KH|PLN P|1|1U` BJP APUNACHAL
PRADESH
6,5ll,344 8,295,l39 l,783,795 27% Bad scan
2004 af-
fdavit
252 PAPSUPAM MA1H| BJP ORISSA 767,000 2,506,600 l,739,600 227%
253 SUPAvAPAM SUD-
HAKAR REDDY
CP| ANDHRA
PRADESH
l,990,000 3,724,4l7 l,734,4l7 87%
254 8A8ULAL MAPAND| JVM JHARKHAND 500,000 2,l37,675 l,637,675 328%
255 DEVENDRA PRAS-
AD YADAV
RJD BIHAR l,l37,32l 2,743,902 l,606,58l l4l%
256 MAHAMEGHA
BAHAN AIRA
KHARBELA SWAIN
BJP ORISSA l,0l0,000 2,556,000 l,546,000 l53%
257 CH|NTA MOHAN |NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
3,982,900 5,5l2,900 l,530,000 38%
258 DR. P.
POOKUNH|KOA
NCP LAKSHADWEEP 3,945,099 5,435,73l l,490,632 38%
259 ACHAP|A
8ASUDL8`
CPM WEST BENGAL l,765,975 3,249,037 l,483,062 84% Unclear
hand
writing
in 2004
afdavit
260 DR LAXMINARAYAN
PANDEYA
BJP MADHYA
PRADESH
2,650,506 4,l07,337 l,456,83l 55%
26l DR. K. S. MANOJ CPM KERALA 700,23l 2,l35,l85 l,434,954 205%
262 MAN| CHAPLNAML| PDA MAN|PUP 205,000 l,550,089 l,345,089 656%
263 SHISH RAM OLA |NC RAJASTHAN 4,77l,6l4 6,l0l,62l l,330,007 28%
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Party
State Assets
in 2004
Assets in
2009
Increase %
In-
crease
Com-
ments
264 PAGHU8ANSH
PRASAD SINGH
RJD BIHAR 4,869,420 6,l69,238 l,299,8l8 27%
265 MOHAN SINGH SP UTTAP PPADLSH 2,5l8,000 3,803,000 l,285,000 5l%
266 KISHANBHAI
VESTABHAI PATEL
|NC GU1APAT 294,46l l,520,245 l,225,784 4l6%
267 ADITYA NATH BJP UTTAP PPADLSH 960,672 2,l82,2l2 l,22l,540 l27%
268 8HALCHANDPA
YADAVA
SP UTTAP PPADLSH 65l,000 l,839,980 l,l88,980 l83%
269 LALMUN| CHAU8L BJP BIHAR 8,43l,336 9,603,000 l,l7l,664 l4%
270 PPA8HUNATH
SINGH
JD
(U)
BIHAR 3,296,840 4,447,753 l,l50,9l3 35%
27l BELLARMIN. A. V. CPM TAM|L NADU 3,076,650 4,209,424 l,l32,774 37%
272 v|PLNDPA KUMAP BJP MADHYA
PRADESH
l,429,786 2,548,466 l,ll8,680 78%
273 N|HALCHAND
MEGHWAL*
BJP RAJASTHAN 2,282,422 3,340,l88 l,057,766 46% Bad scan
2004
afdavit
274 8HANU PPATAP
SINGH VERMA
BJP UTTAP PPADLSH 446,550 l,49l,809 l,045,259 234%
275 SUSM|TA 8AUP| CPM WEST BENGAL 33,000 l,078,000 l,045,000 3l67%
276 EKNATH M. GAIK-
WAD
|NC MAHARASHTRA 2,045,86l 3,088,408 l,042,547 5l%
277 SWADESH
CHAKPA8OPTT
CPM WEST BENGAL l,545,667 2,574,975 l,029,308 67%
278 P. RAJENDRAN CPM KERALA 2,377,l49 3,372,008 994,859 42%
279 MOHAN P.* CPM TAM|L NADU 62l,l35 l,476,0l2 854,877 l38% Bad scan
2004
afdavit
280 TUPAN| SAPO1 SP UTTAP PPADLSH 4,558,332 5,336,l63 777,83l l7%
281 NAMO NARAIN |NC RAJASTHAN 5,234,897 6,006,236 77l,339 l5%
282 8ASUDL8 8APMAN CPM WEST BENGAL 3,4l0,l66 4,l46,393 736,227 22%
283 ANwAP HUSSA|N` |NC ASSAM 558,l5l l,285,l67 727,0l6 l30% Bad scan
2004
afdavit
284 vASAvA MANSUKH-
BHAI DHANJIBHAI
BJP GU1APAT l,7l8,7l9 2,44l,000 722,28l 42%
285 ANANTA NAYAK BJP ORISSA 8l8,420 l,526,306 707,886 86%
286 SANTASP| CHAT-
TERJEE
CPM WEST BENGAL l,698,395 2,37l,252 672,857 40%
287 P. SATHEEDEVI CPM KERALA l,306,000 l,968,782 662,782 5l%
288 BALESHWAR YADAV |NC UTTAP PPADLSH 6,907,l00 7,509,000 60l,900 9%
289 RATTAN SINGH SAD PUN1A8 l8,229,59l l8,774,l02 544,5ll 3%
290 RAJESH VERMA* BSP UTTAP PPADLSH 4,850,000 5,393,555 543,555 ll% Unclear
hand
writing
in 2009
afdavit
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Name 2009
Party
State Assets
in 2004
Assets in
2009
Increase %
In-
crease
Com-
ments
291 DP. THOKCHOM
MEINYA
|NC MAN|PUP l,l07,278 l,639,200 53l,922 48%
292 PONNUSwAM L. PMK TAM|L NADU 420,000 875,000 455,000 l08%
293 LALIT MOHAN
SUKLA8A|DA
|NC ASSAM 4,l97,600 4,644,05l 446,45l ll%
294 CHAUDHAP
TUSHAP8HA|
AMARSINHBHAI
|NC GU1APAT l,8l6,l90 2,2l3,66l 397,47l 22%
295 DR. SATYANARAYAN
JATIYA
BJP MADHYA
PRADESH
2,794,387 3,l88,630 394,243 l4%
296 PAM CHANDPA
DOME
CPM WEST BENGAL 409,54l 739,396 329,855 8l%
297 8AGUN SUM8PA| |NC JHARKHAND 4,532,035 4,765,654 233,6l9 5%
298 M|D|AM 8A8U
RAO
CPM ANDHRA
PRADESH
542,000 707,000 l65,000 30%
299 APCHANA NAAK BJP ORISSA 384,400 545,000 l60,600 42%
300 MAMATA BANERJEE A|TC WEST BENGAL 375,489 473,l94 97,705 26%
301 MD. TASL|MUDD|N RJD BIHAR 5,525,834 5,553,2l2 27,378 l%
302 GUPUDAS
DASGUPTA
CP| WEST BENGAL 3,668,778 3,654,00l -l4,777 0%
303 PUPCHAND PAL CPM WEST BENGAL 893,720 877,500 -l6,220 -2%
304 GIRIDHAR GAMANG |NC ORISSA 459,8l2 328,577 -l3l,235 -29%
305 PRASANTA
PRADHAN
CPM WEST BENGAL l,409,752 985,446 -424,306 -30%
306 MANVENDRA
SINGH
|NC UTTAP PPADLSH l5,387,530 l4,959,430 -428,l00 -3%
307 SITARAM SINGH RJD BIHAR 4,624,000 4,l30,000 -494,000 -ll%
308 MOHAN RAWALE SHS MAHARASHTRA 5,939,668 5,433,390 -506,278 -9%
309 ALOK KUMAP
MEHTA
RJD BIHAR 6,734,434 6,l0l,224 -633,2l0 -9%
310 RANJEET RANJAN |NC BIHAR 2,549,000 l,537,688 -l,0ll,3l2 -40%
311 PRABODH PANDA CP| WEST BENGAL 3,248,098 2,230,746 -l,0l7,352 -3l%
312 PU8A8 SALDA SP UTTAP PPADLSH l5,353,959 l4,3l2,539 -l,04l,420 -7%
313 PATEL DAHYABHAI
VALLABHBHAI
|NC DAMAN & D|U 54,787,35l 53,l22,703 -l,664,648 -3%
314 ILIYAS AZMI BSP UTTAP PPADLSH l9,683,626 l7,6l9,3l6 -2,064,3l0 -l0%
315 ADSUL ANANDPAO
VITHOBA
SHS MAHARASHTRA 20,636,0l9 l7,708,4l8 -2,927,60l -l4%
3l6 PPASANNA KUMAP
PATASANI
BJD ORISSA 4,44l,58l l,477,l78 -2,964,403 -67%
3l7 ANNAYYAGARI SAI
PRATHAP
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
9,709,l90 6,228,356 -3,480,834 -36%
318 CH. LAL S|NGH |NC 1AMMU & KASH-
MIR
5,4l2,000 l,762,378 -3,649,622 -67%
319 KUNwAP PLwAT|
PAMAN S|NGH UPP
MANI JI
SP UTTAP PPADLSH 22,837,000 l8,400,l64 -4,436,836 -l9%
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S
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Name 2009
Party
State Assets
in 2004
Assets in
2009
Increase %
In-
crease
Com-
ments
320 D. VITTAL RAO |NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
65,075,830 60,009,958 -5,065,872 -8%
321 SUPAKANTA PAT|L NCP MAHARASHTRA l5,307,225 l0,l48,45l -5,l58,774 -34%
322 APUNA KUMAP
vUNDAvALL|
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
23,430,7l8 l3,073,077 -l0,357,64l -44%
323 PRALHAD JOSHI BJP KARNATAKA 26,440,40l l5,470,667 -l0,969,734 -4l%
324 PATIL PRAKASH-
8APU vASANT-
DADA
|NC MAHARASHTRA 45,635,000 22,l37,000 -23,498,000 -5l%
325 MADHU GOUD
YASKHI
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
l42,7l8,537 ll9,l08,338 -23,6l0,l99 -l7%
326 N|KH|L KUMAP |NC BIHAR 74,489,984 49,525,239 -24,964,745 -34%
327 S. BANGARAPPA |NC KARNATAKA 33,302,3l8 6,754,8l7 -26,547,50l -80%
328 K|SHOPL CHANDPA
SUPANAPAANA
DEO
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
220,678,000 37,4l0,000 - l 8 3 , 2 6 8 ,
000
-83%
100 A Report by ADR
Asset comparison for re-elected MPs
The following table gives the list of re-elected MPs in Lok Sabha 2009.
S
No
Name 2009
Party
State Assets in
2004
Assets in 2009 Increase %
In-
crease
Com-
ments
1 NAVEEN JINDAL |NC HARYANA l2l,295,000 l,3l0,730,000 l,l89,435,
000
98l%
2 LAGADAPATI RAJA
GOPAL*
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
96,09l,980 l,222,964,909 l,l26,872,
929
ll73% Bad scan
2004
afdavit
3 UDA S|NGH BJP BIHAR 30,654,l43 4l9,030,669 388,376,526 l267%
4 MEKAPATI
RAJAMOHAN
REDDY
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
55,243,669 363,462,696 308,2l9,027 558%
5 DAGGU8AT|
PUPANDAPLSwAP|
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
34,524,378 202,639,26l l68,ll4,883 487%
6 KAPIL SIBAL |NC NCT DLLH| l58,850,000 303,443,79l l44,593,79l 9l%
7 JYOTIRADITYA
MADHAVRAO
SC|ND|A
|NC MADHYA
PRADESH
28,087,039 l49,094,2l2 l2l,007,l73 43l%
8 ANGAD| SUPLSH
CHANA8ASAPPA
BJP KARNATAKA 47,466,698 l64,344,263 ll6,877,565 246%
9 MANEKA GANDHI BJP UTTAP PPADLSH 66,693,705 l76,0l0,979 l09,3l7,274 l64%
10 RAYAPATI
SAMBASIVA RAO
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
48,l98,297 l47,l43,582 98,945,285 205%
11 AARON RASHID.J.M |NC TAM|L NADU l53,505,l48 248,974,573 95,469,425 62%
12 CH|DAM8APAM P. |NC TAM|L NADU l79,86l,585 273,908,542 94,046,957 52%
13 G.M. SIDDESWARA BJP KARNATAKA 50,282,989 l40,248,867 89,965,878 l79%
14 KAMALNATH |NC MADHYA
PRADESH
5l,839,379 l4l,770,037 89,930,658 l73%
15 KALMAD| SUPLSH |NC MAHARASHTRA 39,400,875 l28,l65,624 88,764,749 225%
l6 M|L|ND MUPL|
DEORA
|NC MAHARASHTRA 88,7l4,665 l75,373,l42 86,658,477 98%
l7 NAVJOT SINGH
S|DHU
BJP PUN1A8 64,2ll,374 l43,635,662 79,424,288 l24%
18 ADHALARAO PATIL
SHIVAJIRAO
SHS MAHARASHTRA 52,228,l8l l27,ll3,l34 74,884,953 l43%
19 SPLLN|vASULU
PLDD MAGUNTA
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
26,523,2ll l00,850,672 74,327,46l 280%
20 ML|PA KUMAP |NC BIHAR 28,956,230 l0l,565,500 72,609,270 25l%
21 DUSHANT S|NGH BJP RAJASTHAN 7,082,067 64,ll0,900 57,028,833 805%
22 MALL|PUD| MAN-
GAPATI PALLAM
PA1U
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
l0,002,205 65,589,882 55,587,677 556%
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Party
State Assets in
2004
Assets in 2009 Increase %
In-
crease
Com-
ments
23 PAWAR SHARAD-
CHANDPA GOv|N-
DRAO
NCP MAHARASHTRA 32,7l7,582 87,238,434 54,520,852 l67%
24 8AALU T. P. DMK TAM|L NADU 27,444,755 76,97l,478 49,526,723 l80%
25 vLNUGOPAL.D DMK TAM|L NADU 7,685,000 57,0l0,000 49,325,000 642%
26 P. JAYA PRADA
NAHATA
SP UTTAP PPADLSH 84,275,000 l3l,490,ll8 47,2l5,ll8 56%
27 K.H. MUN|APPA |NC KARNATAKA 6,l87,039 5l,92l,402 45,734,363 739%
28 AJIT SINGH RLD UTTAP PPADLSH l3,423,683 58,232,462 44,808,779 334%
29 SACH|N P|LOT |NC RAJASTHAN 2,5l9,000 46,489,558 43,970,558 l746%
30 JAIPAL REDDY
SUD|N|
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
l3,35l,507 56,l50,333 42,798,826 32l%
31 GAVIT MANIKRAO
HODLYA*
|NC MAHARASHTRA l,0l4,065 4l,064,753 40,050,688 3950% Bad scan
2004
afdavit
32 SELJA |NC HARYANA 8,076,087 46,7ll,386 38,635,299 478%
33 KOTLA 1AA SUPA
PRAKASH REDDY
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
l5,94l,80l 53,7l9,l95 37,777,394 237%
34 8HAPTPUHAP|
MAHTAB
BJD ORISSA l7,843,407 5l,073,86l 33,230,454 l86%
35 AVTAR SINGH
BHADANA
|NC HARYANA 9,763,648 40,573,585 30,809,937 3l6%
36 KAMAT GUPUDAS |NC MAHARASHTRA 33,894,725 63,926,963 30,032,238 89%
37 SOLANKI BHAR-
ATSINH
MADHAVSINH
|NC GU1APAT 996,308 30,9l8,994 29,922,686 3003%
38 AKHILESH YADAV SP UTTAP PPADLSH 23,l42,705 48,582,202 25,439,497 ll0%
39 LALU PPASAD RJD BIHAR 8,669,342 3l,702,693 23,033,35l 266%
40 DAYANIDHI MARAN DMK TAM|L NADU l4,040,963 36,669,23l 22,628,268 l6l%
41 L. K. ADVANI BJP GU1APAT l3,042,443 35,543,l72 22,500,729 l73%
42 S. P. Y. REDDY |NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
70,386,900 92,87l,000 22,484,l00 32%
43 K. C. S|NGH 8A8A` |NC UTTAPAKHAND 22,3l9,954 43,987,049 2l,667,095 97% Bad scan
2004
afdavit
44 DR.MANDA
JAGANNATH
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
6,597,504 28,l26,000 2l,528,496 326%
45 PAwAN KUMAP
BANSAL
|NC CHAND|GAPH l7,550,052 38,729,400 2l,l79,348 l2l%
46 BIREN SINGH ENGTI |NC ASSAM 5,389,l94 25,297,069 l9,907,875 369%
47 PAHUL GANDH| |NC UTTAP PPADLSH 4,527,880 23,274,706 l8,746,826 4l4%
48 SANDEEP DIKSHIT |NC NCT DLLH| 4,764,90l 22,746,428 l7,98l,527 377%
49 8P|1 8HUSHAN
SHARAN SINGH
SP UTTAP PPADLSH 35,8l0,577 53,537,885 l7,727,308 50%
50 DINSHA PATEL |NC GU1APAT 5,727,475 23,065,0l9 l7,337,544 303%
51 KANT|LAL 8HUP|A |NC MADHYA
PRADESH
l3,99l,825 30,557,089 l6,565,264 ll8%
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2004
Assets in 2009 Increase %
In-
crease
Com-
ments
52 M. AN1AN KUMAP
YADAV
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
4,250,700 20,620,697 l6,369,997 385%
53 BENI PRASAD
VERMA
|NC UTTAP PPADLSH 4,ll2,560 l9,9l3,574 l5,80l,0l4 384%
54 SU8ODH KANT
SAHAY
|NC JHARKHAND l2,29l,253 27,854,9l8 l5,563,665 l27%
55 KUNwAP 1|T|N
PRASAD
|NC UTTAP PPADLSH l7,ll3,69l 32,656,975 l5,543,284 9l%
56 KRISHNA TIRATH |NC NCT DLLH| 6,4l5,254 2l,l46,350 l4,73l,096 230%
57 DANVE RAOSAHEB
DADARAO PATIL
BJP MAHARASHTRA 9,68l,004 24,27l,5l8 l4,590,5l4 l5l%
58 KOLI PATEL SOMAB-
HAI GANDABHAI
|NC GU1APAT 4,404,l30 l8,635,7l8 l4,23l,588 323%
59 RAMSINGH KAS-
WAN
BJP RAJASTHAN l3,l98,438 27,403,097 l4,204,659 l08%
60 BIJOY KRISHNA
HAND|QUL
|NC ASSAM l,356,l92 l5,428,l23 l4,07l,93l l038%
6l K. CHAN-
DRASEKHAR RAO
TRS ANDHRA
PRADESH
8,598,858 22,669,420 l4,070,562 l64%
62 APv|ND KUMAP
SHARMA
|NC HARYANA 5,736,332 l9,07l,256 l3,334,924 232%
63 INDERJIT SINGH |NC HARYANA 54,205,874 67,383,257 l3,l77,383 24%
64 RAMESH BAIS* BJP CHHATT|SGAPH 9,69l,l84 22,476,39l l2,785,207 l32% Bad scan
2004
afdavit
65 P. KAPUNAKAPAN CPM KERALA 5,l90,249 l7,823,645 l2,633,396 243%
66 PANABAKA LAK-
SHMI
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
5,394,726 l7,387,066 ll,992,340 222%
67 SUGAvANAM. L.G.` DMK TAM|L NADU 5,ll3,29l l6,974,l57 ll,860,866 232% Bad Scan
2004
afdavit
68 PPANA8 MUKHLP-
JEE
|NC WEST BENGAL l5,204,925 26,920,479 ll,7l5,554 77%
69 SHRIPRAKASH
JAISWAL
|NC UTTAP PPADLSH l9,l27,260 30,767,980 ll,640,720 6l%
70 GAwAL| (PAT|L) KU.
8HAvANA PUND-
LIKRAO
SHS MAHARASHTRA l8,808,750 30,399,47l ll,590,72l 62%
7l GADD|GOUDAP
PAPvATAGOUDA
CHANDANAGOUDA
BJP KARNATAKA 5,375,000 l6,762,000 ll,387,000 2l2%
72 AP1UN CHAPAN
SETHI*
BJD ORISSA 335,000 ll,06l,000 l0,726,000 3202% Assets
page
missing
from 2004
afdavit
73 AHIR VIKRAMBHAI
ARJANBHAI MAD-
AM
|NC GU1APAT 4,982,028 l5,590,l09 l0,608,08l 2l3%
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State Assets in
2004
Assets in 2009 Increase %
In-
crease
Com-
ments
74 ADHIR RANJAN
CHOwDHUP
|NC WEST BENGAL l9,395,l74 29,943,557 l0,548,383 54%
75 PPLNLLT KAUP |NC PUN1A8 4l2,867,297 423,043,438 l0,l76,l4l 2%
76 RAMAKANT YADAV BJP UTTAP PPADLSH l7,358,777 27,294,000 9,935,223 57%
77 AJAY MAKAN |NC NCT DLLH| 30,234,l58 40,l48,040 9,9l3,882 33%
78 D. V. SADANANDA
GOWDA
BJP KARNATAKA 4,635,359 l4,375,959 9,740,600 2l0%
79 SONIA GANDHI* |NC UTTAP PPADLSH 4,l09,300 l3,794,768 9,685,468 236% Bad Scan
2004
afdavit
80 USHA vLPMA SP UTTAP PPADLSH 976,000 l0,lll,699 9,l35,699 936%
81 ANANTHA VENKATA
RAMI REDDY
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
3,890,000 l3,0l5,000 9,l25,000 235%
82 SARVEY
SATHYANARAYANA
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
l,ll0,000 l0,ll2,52l 9,002,52l 8ll%
83 H. D. DEVEGOWDA 1D(S) KARNATAKA ll,439,574 l9,672,l57 8,232,583 72%
84 BALIRAM KASHYAP BJP CHHATT|SGAPH l,865,382 9,948,590 8,083,208 433%
85 PAPAM1|T KAUP
GULSHAN
SAD PUN1A8 6,387,66l l4,208,609 7,820,948 l22%
86 RAJA A. DMK TAM|L NADU 5,8l6,434 l2,99l,669 7,l75,235 l23%
87 DHOTRE SANJAY
SHAMRAO
BJP MAHARASHTRA l2,289,645 l9,335,l44 7,045,499 57%
88 RAJEN GOHAIN BJP ASSAM 3,659,245 l0,290,89l 6,63l,646 l8l%
89 ANANTH KUMAP BJP KARNATAKA 5,747,974 l2,206,366 6,458,392 ll2%
90 JIGAJINAGI
RAMESH
CHANDAPPA
BJP KARNATAKA 5,480,600 ll,753,725 6,273,l25 ll4%
91 SOHAN POTAI BJP CHHATT|SGAPH 2,ll4,406 8,26l,296 6,l46,890 29l%
92 DP. SHAP|QUPPAH-
MAN BARQ
BSP UTTAP PPADLSH l,349,l5l 7,059,763 5,7l0,6l2 423%
93 MADAN LAL
SHARMA
|NC 1AMMU & KASH-
MIR
6,2l7,000 ll,882,734 5,665,734 9l%
94 AHIR HANSRAJ
GANGARAM
BJP MAHARASHTRA 2,653,960 8,084,050 5,430,090 205%
95 ASADUDD|N
OWAISI
AIM
IM
ANDHRA
PRADESH
3,902,342 9,302,233 5,399,89l l38%
96 SHRIPAD YESSO
NAIK
BJP GOA 4,537,329 9,897,462 5,360,l33 ll8%
97 v|LAS MUTTLMwAP |NC MAHARASHTRA l0,020,539 l5,302,294 5,28l,755 53%
98 RAJIV RANJAN
SINGH ALIAS
LALAN SINGH
1D(U) BIHAR 6,746,462 ll,996,586 5,250,l24 78%
99 ANANTHKUMAP
HEGDE
BJP KARNATAKA l,206,000 6,427,l92 5,22l,l92 433%
100 HAP|SCHANDPA
DLvPAM CHAvAN
BJP MAHARASHTRA 3,3l2,29l 8,5l5,58l 5,203,290 l57%
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Party
State Assets in
2004
Assets in 2009 Increase %
In-
crease
Com-
ments
101 KAvUPU SAM8A
SIVA RAO
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
ll7,898,22l l22,733,lll 4,834,890 4%
102 GANESH SINGH BJP MADHYA
PRADESH
2,548,l43 7,372,032 4,823,889 l89%
103 CHANDPAKANT
KHAIRE
SHS MAHARASHTRA 9,333,773 l4,l5l,539 4,8l7,766 52%
104 ASHOK KUMAP
RAWAT
BSP UTTAP PPADLSH l,4l9,l08 6,22l,049 4,80l,94l 338%
105 ASHOK
CHHAv|PAM APGAL
BJP MADHYA
PRADESH
3,220,504 7,953,043 4,732,539 l47%
l06 SH|8U SOPLN JMM JHARKHAND 3,802,022 8,229,4l9 4,427,397 ll6%
l07 VIJAYAN A. K. S. DMK TAM|L NADU 3,l9l,000 7,205,000 4,0l4,000 l26%
108 PALAN|MAN|CKAM.
S. S.
DMK TAM|L NADU 3,5l6,998 7,523,592 4,006,594 ll4%
109 CH|TTHAN N. S. v. |NC TAM|L NADU l3,247,227 l7,035,764 3,788,537 29%
110 N|KH|L KUMAP
CHOUDHAP
BJP BIHAR 4,535,938 8,0l8,754 3,482,8l6 77%
111 SUM|TPA MA-
HAJAN
BJP MADHYA
PRADESH
4,422,500 7,762,806 3,340,306 76%
112 HARIN PATHAK BJP GU1APAT l0,l85,93l l3,474,484 3,288,553 32%
113 SANSUMA
KHUNGGUP
8w|SwMUTH|AP
BPF ASSAM l,692,686 4,954,903 3,262,2l7 l93%
114 KAILASH JOSHI BJP MADHYA
PRADESH
2,695,080 5,885,927 3,l90,847 ll8%
115 RANA RAJENDRAS-
INH GHANASHY-
AMS|NH (PA1U8HA|
PANA)
BJP GU1APAT 2,390,6l4 5,508,7ll 3,ll8,097 l30%
ll6 ANANT GEETE SHS MAHARASHTRA 5,5l8,754 8,555,6l7 3,036,863 55%
ll7 RAJARAM PAL |NC UTTAP PPADLSH l,47l,ll3 4,400,000 2,928,887 l99%
118 RAKESH SINGH BJP MADHYA
PRADESH
6,327,29l 9,23l,699 2,904,408 46%
119 SHAILENDRA
KUMAP
SP UTTAP PPADLSH 9,337,874 l2,l28,999 2,79l,l25 30%
120 TATHAGATA
SATAPATHY
BJD ORISSA 2,775,930 5,5l5,930 2,740,000 99%
121 MANDLIK
SADASHIVRAO
DADOBA
IND MAHARASHTRA 8,842,586 ll,552,0l2 2,709,426 3l%
122 8A1U 8AN P|AN CPM TP|PUPA l,l88,586 3,695,98l 2,507,395 2ll%
123 G.V. HARSHA
KUMAP
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
4,757,500 7,089,000 2,33l,500 49%
124 DIP GOGOI |NC ASSAM 342,75l 2,539,058 2,l96,307 64l%
125 MOHAN JENA BJD ORISSA 870,000 3,046,404 2,l76,404 250%
l26 KHAGEN DAS CPM TP|PUPA l,423,083 3,492,580 2,069,497 l45%
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State Assets in
2004
Assets in 2009 Increase %
In-
crease
Com-
ments
l27 8A8ULAL MAPAND| JVM JHARKHAND 500,000 2,l37,675 l,637,675 328%
128 CH|NTA MOHAN |NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
3,982,900 5,5l2,900 l,530,000 38%
129 ACHAP|A 8A-
SUDL8`
CPM WEST BENGAL l,765,975 3,249,037 l,483,062 84% Unclear
hand
writing
in 2004
afdavit
130 SHISH RAM OLA |NC RAJASTHAN 4,77l,6l4 6,l0l,62l l,330,007 28%
131 PAGHU8ANSH
PRASAD SINGH
RJD BIHAR 4,869,420 6,l69,238 l,299,8l8 27%
132 KISHANBHAI
VESTABHAI PATEL
|NC GU1APAT 294,46l l,520,245 l,225,784 4l6%
133 ADITYA NATH BJP UTTAP PPADLSH 960,672 2,l82,2l2 l,22l,540 l27%
134 v|PLNDPA KUMAP BJP MADHYA
PRADESH
l,429,786 2,548,466 l,ll8,680 78%
135 SUSM|TA 8AUP| CPM WEST BENGAL 33,000 l,078,000 l,045,000 3l67%
l36 EKNATH M.
GAIKWAD
|NC MAHARASHTRA 2,045,86l 3,088,408 l,042,547 5l%
l37 TUPAN| SAPO1 SP UTTAP PPADLSH 4,558,332 5,336,l63 777,83l l7%
138 NAMO NARAIN |NC RAJASTHAN 5,234,897 6,006,236 77l,339 l5%
139 vASAvA MANSUKH-
BHAI DHANJIBHAI
BJP GU1APAT l,7l8,7l9 2,44l,000 722,28l 42%
140 RATTAN SINGH SAD PUN1A8 l8,229,59l l8,774,l02 544,5ll 3%
141 DP. THOKCHOM
MEINYA
|NC MAN|PUP l,l07,278 l,639,200 53l,922 48%
142 LALIT MOHAN
SUKLA8A|DA
|NC ASSAM 4,l97,600 4,644,05l 446,45l ll%
143 CHAUDHAP
TUSHAP8HA|
AMARSINHBHAI
|NC GU1APAT l,8l6,l90 2,2l3,66l 397,47l 22%
144 PAM CHANDPA
DOME
CPM WEST BENGAL 409,54l 739,396 329,855 8l%
145 MAMATA BANERJEE A|TC WEST BENGAL 375,489 473,l94 97,705 26%
l46 GUPUDAS DAS-
GUPTA
CP| WEST BENGAL 3,668,778 3,654,00l -l4,777 0%
l47 PRABODH PANDA CP| WEST BENGAL 3,248,098 2,230,746 -l,0l7,352 -3l%
148 ADSUL ANANDPAO
VITHOBA
SHS MAHARASHTRA 20,636,0l9 l7,708,4l8 -2,927,60l -l4%
149 PPASANNA KUMAP
PATASANI
BJD ORISSA 4,44l,58l l,477,l78 -2,964,403 -67%
150 ANNAYYAGARI SAI
PRATHAP
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
9,709,l90 6,228,356 -3,480,834 -36%
151 CH. LAL S|NGH |NC 1AMMU & KASH-
MIR
5,4l2,000 l,762,378 -3,649,622 -67%
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Assets in 2009 Increase %
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Com-
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152 KUNwAP PLwAT|
PAMAN S|NGH UPP
MANI JI
SP UTTAP PPADLSH 22,837,000 l8,400,l64 -4,436,836 -l9%
153 APUNA KUMAP
vUNDAvALL|
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
23,430,7l8 l3,073,077 -l0,357,64l -44%
154 PRALHAD JOSHI BJP KARNATAKA 26,440,40l l5,470,667 -l0,969,734 -4l%
155 PATIL
PPAKASH8APU
VASANTDADA
|NC MAHARASHTRA 45,635,000 22,l37,000 -23,498,000 -5l%
l56 MADHU GOUD
YASKHI
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
l42,7l8,537 ll9,l08,338 -23,6l0,l99 -l7%
l57 K|SHOPL CHANDPA
SUPANAPAANA
DEO
|NC ANDHRA
PRADESH
220,678,000 37,4l0,000 -l83,268,
000
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143 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
1 KAMESHWAR BAITHA JHARKHAND Palamau JMM 56 51 35 0 35
IPC Sections - 307, 326, , Other Details - 27 ARMS 1.
ACT (CHARGED)
IPC Sections - 323, 324, 325, 326, 333, 328, 427, 389, 2.
, Other Details - 27 ARMS ACT, 3/4 EXP ARMS ACT,
17 CLA ACT (CHARGED)
IPC Sections - 307, 323, 325, 341, , Other Details - 17 3.
CLA ACT (CHARGED)
IPC Sections - 307 , Other Details - 27 ARMS ACT, 17 4.
CLA ACT (CHARGED)
IPC Sections - 307, , Other Details - 27 ARMS ACT, 17 5.
CLA ACT (CHARGED)
IPC Sections - 307, 399, 402, 353, 411 , Other Details 6.
- 25, 26 ARMS ACT, 17 CLA ACT (CHARGED)
IPC Sections - 384, 385 , Other Details - 17 CLA ACT 7.
(CHARGED)
IPC Sections - 436, 307, 389, 504, 435, 323, 427, 8.
341 , Other Details - 27 ARMS ACT, 17 CLA ACT
(CHARGED)
IPC Sections - 302, 107, 388, 389, 324, 326, 341, 9.
353, 427 , Other Details - 27 ARMS ACT, 17 CLA ACT
(CHARGED)
IPC Sections - 302, 353, 323, 341, 307, 427, 216, 10.
, Other Details - 3/4 EXP ARMS ACT, 17 CLA ACT
(CHARGED)
IPC Sections - 307, 302, 323, 342, 120B, , Other De- 11.
tails - 17 CLA ACT (CHARGED)
IPC Sections - 307, 504, 120B , Other Details - 27 ARMS 12.
ACT 3/4 EXP ARMS ACT, 17 CLA ACT (CHARGED)
IPC Sections - 302, 201, 304, , Other Details - 27 13.
ARMS ACT, 17 CLA ACT (CHARGED)
IPC Sections - 506, 307 , Other Details - 27 ARMS 14.
ACT
IPC Sections - 380, 436, 427, 323, , Other Details - 27 15.
ARMS ACT 3/4 EXP ARMS ACT (CHARGED)
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
307 17
302 11
324 4
326 3
325 3
379 3
411 2
384 2
380 2
395 1
304 1
364 1
124 1
Total 51
IPC Section Description
107 Abetment of a thing
114 Abettor present when ofence is
committed
120B Punishment of criminal conspiracy
124 Assaulting President, Governor, etc.,
with intent to compel or restrain the
exercise of any lawful power
127 Receiving Property taken by war on
depredation mention in Sections 125
and 126
141 Unlawful assembly
144 Joining unlawful assembly armed
with deadly weapon
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha
2009
144 A Report by ADR
IPC Sections - 302, , Other Details - 27 ARMS ACT 16.
IPC Sections - 384 , Other Details - 27 ARMS ACT, 17 17.
CLA ACT (CHARGED)
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 27 ARMS ACT, 17 CLA 18.
ACT (COMMITMENT)
IPC Sections - 147, 148, 149, 353, 114 , Other Details 19.
- 3/4 EXP SUB ACT (REMAND)
IPC Sections - 147, 148, 149, 353, 323, 307, , Other 20.
Details - 27 ARMS ACT 3/4 EXP SUB ACT (REMAND)
IPC Sections - 147, 148, 149, 341, 364, 504 , Other 21.
Details - 27 ARMS ACT 17 CLA ACT (REMAND)
IPC Sections - 147, 148, 149, 307, 353, 120B , Other 22.
Details - 25 (B)A 26, 27, 35 ARMS ACT, 17 CLA ACT
IPC Sections - 147, 148, 149, 323, 120B, 353, 436, 23.
307, 302 , Other Details - 27 ARMS ACT, 3/4 EXP SUB
ACT (REMAND)
IPC Sections - 147, 148, 149, 324, 307, 302, 427 , 24.
Other Details - 27 ARMS ACT, 3/4 EXP SUB ACT (RE-
MAND)
IPC Sections - 147, 148, 149, 307, 353, 124, , Other 25.
Details - 37 C.A.L ACT, 27 ARMS ACT (REMAND)
IPC Sections - 149, 341, 324, 323, 379, 435, 436 , Oth- 26.
er Details - (CHARGE)
IPC Sections - 147, 148, 149, 353, 435, 307 , Other 27.
Details - 27 ARMS ACT (CHARGE)
IPC Sections - 147, 148, 149, 302, 307, 341, 141, 127, 28.
379 , Other Details - 27 ARMS ACT (CHARGE)
IPC Sections - 147, 148, 107, 341, 342, 323, 352, 114, 29.
302 , Other Details - 27 ARMS ACT (CHARGE)
IPC Sections - 395, 120B , Other Details - (CHARGE) 30.
IPC Sections - 380, 436, 144, 411, , Other Details - 31.
(CHARGE)
IPC Sections - 325 , Other Details - (CHARGE) 32.
IPC Sections - 147, 148, 149, 342, 341, , Other Details 33.
- (CHARGE)
IPC Sections - 149, 148, 149, 302, 379 , Other Details 34.
IPC Sections - 147, 148, 149, 302, 436, 447, 353, 323, 35.
377, 452, 120B, , Other Details - 27 ARMS ACT, 3/4
EXP ACT
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
201 Causing disappearance of evidence
of ofence, or giving false informa-
tion to screen ofender
216 Harbouring ofender who has
escaped from custody or whose ap-
prehension has been ordered
302 Murder
304 culpable homicide not amounting to
murder
307 Attempt to murder
323 voluntarily causing hurt
324 Voluntarily causing hurt by danger-
ous weapons or means
325 voluntarily causing grievous hurt
326 Voluntarily causing grievous hurt by
dangerous weapons or means
328 Causing hurt by means of poison,
etc. with intent to commit an ofence
333 Voluntarily causing grievous hurt to
deter public servant from his duty
341 wrongful restraint
342 wrongful Confnement
352 assault or criminal force otherwise
than on grave provocation
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
364 Kidnapping or abducting in order to
murder
377 Unnatural ofences
379 theft
380 Theft in dwelling house, etc.
384 extortion
385 Putting person in fear of injury in
order to commit extortion
388 Extortion by threat of accusation of
an ofence punishable with death or
imprisonment for life, etc.
389 Putting person in fear of accusation
of ofence, in order to commit extor-
tion
395 dacoity
399 Making preparation to commit daco-
ity
402 Assembling for purpose of commit-
ting dacoity
145 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
411 Dishonestly receiving stolen prop-
erty
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
435 Mischief by destroying or moving,
etc., a land- mark fxed by public
authority Mischief by fre or explo-
sive substance with intent to cause
damage to amount of one hundred
or (in case of agricultural produce)
ten rupees
436 Mischief by fre or explosive sub-
stance with intent to destroy house,
etc.
447 criminal trespass
452 House-trespass after preparation for
hurt, assault or wrongful restraint
504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
2 JAGDIS SHARMA BIHAR Jahana-
bad
JD(U) 58 17 6 0 6
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 409,420, , Other Details - 13(1) 1.
(c)&(d),13(2) of pc act
IPC Sections - 409,420,467,471,472,468,474,477(A),1 2.
20(B) , Other Details - 13(1)(C)&(D),13(2)of pc act
IPC Sections - 409,420 , Other Details - 13(1) 3.
(C)&(D),13(2)of pc act
IPC Sections - 409,420,467,468,471,474,477,(A)&120 4.
(B) , Other Details -
IPC Sections - 409,420,467,468,471,472,474,477(A)& 5.
120(B) , Other Details - 13(1)(C)&(D),13(2)of pc act
IPC Sections - 409,201,511,420,467,468,472,474,477 6.
(A)&120(B) , Other Details - 13(1)(C)&(D),13(2)of pc
act
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
420 6
467 4
468 4
471 3
Total 17
IPC Section Description
120B Punishment of criminal conspiracy
201 Causing disappearance of evidence
of ofence, or giving false informa-
tion to screen ofender
409 Criminal breach of trust by public
servant, or by banker, merchant or
agent
420 Cheating and dishonestly inducing
delivery of property
467 Forgery of valuable security, will, etc.
468 Forgery for purpose of cheating
146 A Report by ADR
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
471 Using as genuine a forged document
or electronic record
472 Making or possessing counterfeit
seal, etc., with intent to commit forg-
ery punishable under section 467
474 Having possession of document de-
scribed in Section 466 or 467, know-
ing it to be forged and intending to
use it as genuine
477 Fraudulent cancellation, destruction,
etc., of will, authority to adopt, or
valuable security
477A Falsifcation of accounts
511 attempting to commit ofences pun-
ishable with imprisonment for life or
other imprisonment
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constitu-
ency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
3 BAL KUMAR PATEL UTTAR
PRADESH
Mirzapur SP 48 14 10 0 10
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147,506 , Other Details - 14A/06 1.
IPC Sections - 147,148,149,302,364,201 , Other De- 2.
tails - 14 DA Act
IPC Sections - 420,467,468,471 , Other Details - 3.
652/07
IPC Sections - 420,467,468,471 , Other Details - 4.
653/07
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 25/27/30 Arms Act, 5.
Case no. 654/07
IPC Sections - , Other Details - Case no. 655/07 6.
,25/27/30 Arms Act
IPC Sections - , Other Details - Case no. 656/07, 7.
25/27/30 Arms Act
IPC Sections - 147, 148,149,447,448,504,506 , Other 8.
Details - 2/3 UP Gangster Act, Case no. 658/07
IPC Sections - 420,467,468,471 , Other Details - 9.
IPC Sections - 406 , Other Details - Case no. 807/07 10.
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
420 3
467 3
468 3
471 3
302 1
364 1
Total 14
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in
prosecution of common object
201 Causing disappearance of evidence
of ofence, or giving false informa-
tion to screen ofender
302 Murder
364 Kidnapping or abducting in order to
murder
406 criminal breach of trust
420 Cheating and dishonestly inducing
delivery of property
147 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
447 criminal trespass
448 house-trespass
467 Forgery of valuable security, will, etc.
468 Forgery for purpose of cheating
471 Using as genuine a forged document
or electronic record
504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constitu-
ency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
4 PRABHATSINH PRATAPSINH
CHAUHAN
GUJARAT Panch-
mahal
BJP 67 10 3 0 3
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - , Other Details - VADODARA ROUND 1.
FOREST RANGE POLICE STATION, FIR NO. 5/2001.
FOREST ACT SECTION 26(1) F, 41(2)B, 61C. CR. CASE
NO. 722/05,
IPC Sections - 406, 417, 408, 409, 465,467,468,471, 2.
120B, 114 , Other Details - FATEHPURA POLICE STA-
TION, FIR NO. 78/2003,
IPC Sections - 406, 417, 408, 409, 465, 467,468,471, 3.
120B, 114 , Other Details - FATEHPURA POLICE STA-
TION, FIR NO. 79/2003,
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
417 2
465 2
467 2
468 2
471 2
Total 10
IPC Section Description
114 Abettor present when ofence is
committed
120B Punishment of criminal conspiracy
406 criminal breach of trust
408 Criminal breach of trust by clerk or
servant
409 Criminal breach of trust by public
servant, or by banker, merchant or
agent
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
417 cheating
465 forgery
467 Forgery of valuable security, will, etc.
468 Forgery for purpose of cheating
471 Using as genuine a forged document
or electronic record
148 A Report by ADR
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constitu-
ency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
5 KAPIL MUNI KARWARIYA UTTAR
PRADESH
Phulpur BSP 42 8 4 0 4
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147,148,149,302,307,34 , Other De- 1.
tails - 7C.L.A
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 21(4)KHAN EVUM 2.
KHANIJ VINIMAY EVUM VIKAS ADHINIYAM
IPC Sections - 420,379,411 , Other Details - KHANIJ 3.
PARIHAAR NIYUMAWALI
IPC Sections - 379,419,420,506 , Other Details - 21(1) 4.
(2),MINES MINERAL ACT & IPC
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
420 2
379 2
302 1
307 1
411 1
419 1
Total 8
IPC Section Description
34 Acts done by several persons in
furtherance of common intention
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in
prosecution of common object
302 Murder
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
307 Attempt to murder
379 theft
411 Dishonestly receiving stolen
property
419 cheating by personation
420 Cheating and dishonestly inducing
delivery of property
506 criminal intimidation
149 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
6 P. KARUNAKARAN KERALA Kasara-
god
CPM 64 6 12 0 12
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 499, 500, 34 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Sections - 500, 501, 502, 465, 469 , 34 , Other De- 2.
tails -
IPC Sections - 500, 501, 502, 465, 469 , 34 , Other De- 3.
tails -
IPC Sections - 500, 501, 502, 465, 469, 34 , Other 4.
Details -
IPC Sections - 500, 501 , Other Details - 5.
IPC Sections - 500 , Other Details - 6.
IPC Sections - 499, 500, 34 , Other Details - 7.
IPC Sections - 499, 500, 34 , Other Details - 8.
IPC Sections - 499, 500, 34 , Other Details - 9.
IPC Sections - 499, 500, 34 , Other Details - 10.
IPC Sections - 499, 500, 34 , Other Details - 11.
IPC Sections - 499, 500, 34 , Other Details 12.
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
465 3
469 3
Total 6
IPC Section Description
34 Acts done by several persons in fur-
therance of common intention
465 forgery
469 Forgery for purpose of harming
reputation
499 Defamation
500 Defamation
501 Printing or engraving matter known
to be defamatory
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
502 Sale of printed or engraved sub-
stance containing defamatory matter
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
7 KUNVARJIBHAI MOHANBHAI
BAVALIYA
GUJARAT Rajkot INC 54 6 2 0 2
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 420, 465, 467, 468, 471 , Other Details 1.
- FIR NO. I-41/2005, VINCHHIYA POLICE STATION,
RAJKOT, JUD. MAG. F.C., JASDAN, CASE IS PENDING.
IPC Sections - 302, , Other Details - BP ACT 37, 135 2.
AND ARMS ACT 25(1)(1-A), FIR NO. 24/07, VINCH-
HIYA POLICE STATION, CASE NO. 16779/08, GUJARAT
HIGH COURT
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
420 1
465 1
467 1
468 1
471 1
302 1
Total 6
150 A Report by ADR
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
IPC Section Description
302 Murder
420 Cheating and dishonestly inducing
delivery of property
465 forgery
467 Forgery of valuable security, will, etc.
468 Forgery for purpose of cheating
471 Using as genuine a forged document
or electronic record
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
8 VITTHALBHAI HANSRAJBHAI
RADADIYA
GUJARAT Porban-
dar
INC 51 5 16 0 16
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 322, 323, 501, 506(2), 114 , Other 1.
Details -
IPC Sections - 323, 324, 504, 506(2), 189 , Other 2.
Details -
IPC Sections - 504, 506(2) , Other Details - 3.
IPC Sections - 188 , Other Details - 33(1), (2), (33) 4.
Disturbing Public Servent on Duty & B. P. Act
IPC Sections - 189, 504, 506(2) , Other Details - 5.
IPC Sections - 394, 332, 186, 143, 147, 395, 397, 144, 6.
504, 506(2) , Other Details -
IPC Sections - 394, 332, 186, 147, 395, 397, 144, 504, 7.
506(2) , Other Details -
IPC Sections - 394, 332, 186, 143, 147, 395, 397, 144, 8.
504, 506(2) , Other Details -
IPC Sections - 188 , Other Details - 135 B. P. Act 9.
IPC Sections - 188 , Other Details - 135 B. P. Act 10.
IPC Sections - 332, 143, 149, 504, 341 , Other Details 11.
-
IPC Sections - 186, 387, 504, 506(2), 188, 114 , Other 12.
Details -
IPC Sections - 186, 304, 477, 114 , Other Details - 13.
IPC Sections - 504, 506(2), 188 , Other Details - 30 14.
Arms Act
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
395 3
324 1
304 1
Total 5
IPC Section Description
114 Abettor present when ofence is
committed
143 Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
144 Joining unlawful assembly armed
with deadly weapon
147 rioting
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
186 Obstructing public servant in dis-
charge of public functions
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
189 Threat of injury to public servant
304 culpable homicide not amounting to
murder
322 Voluntarily causing grievous hurt.
323 voluntarily causing hurt
324 Voluntarily causing hurt by danger-
ous weapons or means
332 Voluntarily causing hurt to deter
public servant from his duty
151 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
IPC Sections - 504, 506(2) , Other Details - 135 B. P. 15.
Act
IPC Sections - 143, 147, 149, 186, 188 , Other Details 16.
-
341 wrongful restraint
387 Putting person in fear of death or of
grievous hurt, in order to commit
extortion
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
394 Voluntarily causing hurt in commit-
ting robbery
395 dacoity
397 Robbery, or dacoity, with attempt to
cause death or grievous hurt
477 Fraudulent cancellation, destruction,
etc., of will, authority to adopt, or
valuable security
501 Printing or engraving matter known
to be defamatory
504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
9 RAMKISHUN UTTAR
PRADESH
Chanda
-uli
SP 49 5 10 0 10
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - IPC 143,341,286,283 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Sections - IPC 147,148,149,323,504,506,325 , 2.
Other Details -
IPC Sections - IPC 147,148, 323,504,506 , Other De- 3.
tails - 3 (1)X SC/ST ACT
IPC Sections - IPC 147,336,228,307,332,427 , Other 4.
Details - 3/4 Damageof public Property Act, 7 kg
Amendment Act
IPC Sections - IPC 147,332,293,337,336,427 , Other 5.
Details -
IPC Sections - IPC 188,171 , Other Details - 6.
IPC Sections - IPC 188,171 , Other Details - 7.
IPC Sections - IPC 147,148,149,307,323,427,332,335 8.
,337,336,504,506 , Other Details - 7 kg Amendment
Act
IPC Sections - IPC 147,148,307,332,427 , Other De- 9.
tails - 7 kg Amendment Act
IPC Sections - IPC 323,504 , Other Details - 10.
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
307 3
325 1
293 1
Total 5
IPC Section Description
143 Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
171 Wearing grab or carrying token used
by public servant with fraudulent
intent
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
228 Intentional insult or interruption
to public servant sitting in judicial
proceeding
283 Danger or obstruction in public way
or line of navigation
152 A Report by ADR
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
286 Negligent conduct with respect to
explosive substance
293 Sale, etc., of obscene objects to
young person
307 Attempt to murder
323 voluntarily causing hurt
325 voluntarily causing grievous hurt
332 Voluntarily causing hurt to deter
public servant from his duty
335 Voluntarily causing grievous hurt on
provocation: -
336 Act endangering life or personal
safety of others
337 Causing hurt by act endangering life
or personal safety of others
341 wrongful restraint
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
10 Lalu Prasad BIHAR Saran RJD 60 5 7 0 7
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 120 B, 420, 201, 511, 418, 409, 467, 1.
468, 471, 477(A), 473, 472 , Other Details - 13(2)r.w
13(1)(c)(d)of prevention of corruption Act1988, Case
No- RC-20(A)/96
IPC Sections - , Other Details - RC-38(a)/96 2.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - RC-47(A)/96 3.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - RC-63(A)/96 4.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - RC-64(A)/96 5.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - RC-68(A)/96 6.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - RC-5(A)/98 7.
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
420 1
418 1
467 1
468 1
471 1
Total 5
IPC Section Description
120 Concealing design to commit of-
fence punishable with imprisonment
201 Causing disappearance of evidence
of ofence, or giving false informa-
tion to screen ofender
409 Criminal breach of trust by public
servant, or by banker, merchant or
agent
418 Cheating with knowledge that
wrongful loss may ensue to person
whose interest ofender is bound to
protect
153 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
420 Cheating and dishonestly inducing
delivery of property
467 Forgery of valuable security, will, etc.
468 Forgery for purpose of cheating
471 Using as genuine a forged document
or electronic record
472 Making or possessing counterfeit
seal, etc., with intent to commit
forgery punishable under section
467
473 Making or possessing counterfeit
seal, etc., with intent to commit
forgery punishable otherwise
477A Falsifcation of accounts
511 attempting to commit ofences
punishable with imprisonment for
life or other imprisonment
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
11 CHANDRAKANT RAGHUNATH
PATIL
GUJARAT Navsari BJP 54 5 6 0 6
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 408, 409, 420, 467, 468, 471, 114, 120(B), 1.
34 , Other Details -
IPC Sections - 406, 409, 420 , Other Details - FIR NO. : 2.
205/2006, LIBAYAT POLICE STATION, SURAT.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - NEGOTIATION INSTRU- 3.
MENT ACT SECTION 138, 141, CASE NO. : 1618/2002,
SURAT COURT
IPC Sections - , Other Details - NEGOTIATION INSTRU- 4.
MENT ACT SECTION 138, CASE NO. : 1032/2003,
CRIMINAL COMPLAINT, AHMEDABAD COURT
IPC Sections - , Other Details - NEGOTIATION INSTRU- 5.
MENT ACT SECTION 138, CASE NO. : 1033/2003,
CRIMINAL COMPLAINT, AHMEDABAD COURT
IPC Sections - , Other Details - TOTAL 100 CASES 6.
(CIVIL)OF RECOVERY ARE PENDING UNDER NEGO-
TIABLE INSTRUMENT ACT AT NAVSARI, SURAT AND
AHMEDABAD COURT.
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
420 2
467 1
468 1
471 1
Total 5
IPC Section Description
34 Acts done by several persons in fur-
therance of common intention
114 Abettor present when ofence is
committed
120B Punishment of criminal conspiracy
406 criminal breach of trust
408 Criminal breach of trust by clerk or
servant
409 Criminal breach of trust by public
servant, or by banker, merchant or
agent
420 Cheating and dishonestly inducing
delivery of property
467 Forgery of valuable security, will, etc.
154 A Report by ADR
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
468 Forgery for purpose of cheating
471 Using as genuine a forged document
or electronic record
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
12 FEROZE VARUN GANDHI UTTAR
PRADESH
Pilibhit BJP 29 5 6 0 6
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 332,352,504,506 , Other Details -
IPC Sections - 153A,188,295A,505(2) , Other Details - 125
R.P. ACT
IPC Sections - 153A,188,295A,505(2) , Other Details - 125
R.P.ACT
IPC Sections - 147,148,149,307,427,336,332,188 , Other
Details - 7 C.L.A. ACT & 125 R. P.ACT
IPC Sections - 147,148,323,504,506,427 , Other Details -
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 3 N.S. ACT
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
153A 2
295A 2
307 1
Total 5
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
153A Promoting enmity between diferent
groups on grounds of religion, race,
place of birth, residence, language,
etc., and doing acts prejudicial to
maintenance of harmony
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
295A Deliberate and malicious acts, in-
tended to outrage religious feelings
or any class by insulting its religion or
religious beliefs
307 Attempt to murder
323 voluntarily causing hurt
332 Voluntarily causing hurt to deter
public servant from his duty
336 Act endangering life or personal
safety of others
352 assault or criminal force otherwise
than on grave provocation
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
506 criminal intimidation
155 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
13 ASADUDDIN OWAISI Hyderabad AIMIM 41 5 4 0 4 6
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 120 B, 420, 201, 511, 418, 409, 467, 1.
468, 471, 477(A), 473, 472 , Other Details - 13(2)r.w
13(1)(c)(d)of prevention of corruption Act1988, Case
No- RC-20(A)/96
IPC Sections - , Other Details - RC-38(a)/96 2.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - RC-47(A)/96 3.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - RC-63(A)/96 4.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - RC-64(A)/96 5.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - RC-68(A)/96 6.
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
153A 2
324 1
295 1
295A 1
Total 5
IPC Section Description
109 Punishment of abetment if the act
abetted is committed in conse-
quence, and where no express provi-
sion is made for its punishment
114 Abettor present when ofence is
committed
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
153A Promoting enmity between diferent
groups on grounds of religion, race,
place of birth, residence, language,
etc., and doing acts prejudicial to
maintenance of harmony
186 Obstructing public servant in dis-
charge of public functions
290 public nuisance in cases not other-
wise provided for
295 Injuring or defling place of worship
with intent to insult the religion of
any class
295A Deliberate and malicious acts, in-
tended to outrage religious feelings
or any class by insulting its religion or
religious beliefs
324 Voluntarily causing hurt by danger-
ous weapons or means
341 wrongful restraint
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
156 A Report by ADR
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
448 house-trespass
504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
14 GANESH SINGH MADHYA
PRADESH
Satna BJP 46 5 2 0 2
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 166,217,218,420,467,477 (A),34 , 1.
Other Details -
IPC Sections - 120 B,420,468,471 , Other Details - 2.
13(1)D,13(2),15 Anti Corruption Act
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
420 2
467 1
468 1
471 1
Total 5
IPC Section Description
34 Acts done by several persons in fur-
therance of common intention
120 Concealing design to commit of-
fence punishable with imprisonment
166 Public servant disobeying law, with
intent to cause injury to any person
217 Public servant disobeying direction
of law with intent to save person
from punishment or property from
forfeiture
218 Public servant framing incorrect
record or writing with intent to save
person from punishment or property
from forfeiture
420 Cheating and dishonestly inducing
delivery of property
467 Forgery of valuable security, will, etc.
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
468 Forgery for purpose of cheating
471 Using as genuine a forged document
or electronic record
477 Fraudulent cancellation, destruction,
etc., of will, authority to adopt, or
valuable security
157 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
15 SIVASAMI C TAMIL NADU Tiruppur AD
MK
51 5 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
I 1. PC Sections - 31 416 419 463 464 465 471 474 , Other
Details - PALLADAM JM, CC NO.53/06, 54/06, 55/06
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
416 1
419 1
463 1
465 1
471 1
Total 5
IPC Section Description
31 A will
416 Cheating by personation
419 cheating by personation
463 Forgery
464 Making a false document
465 forgery
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
471 Using as genuine a forged document
or electronic record
474 Having possession of document de-
scribed in Section 466 or 467, know-
ing it to be forged and intending to
use it as genuine
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
16 RAMAKANT YADAV UTTAR
PRADESH
Azam-
garh
BJP 49 4 11 0 11
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 336,353,504,506 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Sections - 323,504.,506 , Other Details - 2.
IPC Sections - 323,325,504,506 , Other Details - 3.
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
302 2
325 1
307 1
Total 4
158 A Report by ADR
IPC Sections - 353,504,506 , Other Details - 4.
IPC Sections - 302 , Other Details - 5.
IPC Sections - 302 , Other Details - 6.
IPC Sections - 307,147,148,149 , Other Details - 7.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 3(1) Gangster Act 8.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 3(1) Gangster Act 9.
IPC Sections - 452,323,504,506 , Other Details - 10.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 3(1)(10)SC.ST. ACT 11.
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
302 Murder
307 Attempt to murder
323 voluntarily causing hurt
325 voluntarily causing grievous hurt
336 Act endangering life or personal
safety of others
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
452 House-trespass after preparation for
hurt, assault or wrongful restraint
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
17 VINAY KUMAR ALIAS VINNU UTTAR
PRADESH
Shra-
wasti
INC 45 4 9 0 9
Cases (Accused)
I 1. PC Sections - 307,341 , Other Details -
IPC Sections - 143,353,504,506 , Other Details - 2.
IPC Sections - 143,225,353,224 , Other Details - 3.
IPC Sections - 323,504,506 , Other Details - 4.
IPC Sections - 147,323,504,307 , Other Details - 131 5.
LOK PRATINIDHITVA ADHINIUM
IPC Sections - 304,34 , Other Details - 6.
IPC Sections - 395 , Other Details - 7.
IPC Sections - 147,323,504,506 , Other Details - 8.
IPC Sections - 290,283,188 , Other Details - 34 POLICE 9.
ACT AND 210,211 ,236,268 MUNICIPAL COPORATION
ACT
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
307 2
304 1
395 1
Total 4
IPC Section Description
34 Acts done by several persons in fur-
therance of common intention
143 Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
147 rioting
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
224 Resistance or obstruction by a per-
son to his lawful apprehension
225 Resistance or obstruction to lawful
apprehension of another person
159 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
283 Danger or obstruction in public way
or line of navigation
290 public nuisance in cases not other-
wise provided for
304 culpable homicide not amounting to
murder
307 Attempt to murder
323 voluntarily causing hurt
341 wrongful restraint
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
395 dacoity
504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
18 ANANTHKUMAR HEGDE KARNATAKA Uttara
Kannada
BJP 40 4 3 0 3
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 143,147,148,353,332,333,427,324,3 1.
23,153A,149 , Other Details - SIRSI N.M.P.S CRIME
NO,107/2003 AT SIRSI N.M.P.S POLICE STATION.ALSO
UNDER SECTION 2 OF K.P.D.L.P ACT IN THE COURT OF
2ND ADDITIONAL J.M.F.C COURT SIRSI
IPC Sections - 153A,295 , Other Details - CHIKKMAN- 2.
GALORE TOWN P.S CRIME NO,267/2001 AT TOWN PO-
LICE STATION CHIKKAMAGALORE IN THE COURT OF
J.M.F.C CHIKKAMANGLORE
IPC Sections - 143,147,148,341,332,149,427,353 , 3.
Other Details - BHATKAL RURAL P.S CRIME NO.2393AT
BHATKAL RURAL POLICE STATION IN THE COURT OF
BHATKAL
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
153A 2
324 1
295 1
Total 4
IPC Section Description
143 Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
153A Promoting enmity between diferent
groups on grounds of religion, race,
place of birth, residence, language,
etc., and doing acts prejudicial to
maintenance of harmony
295 Injuring or defling place of worship
with intent to insult the religion of
any class
323 voluntarily causing hurt
160 A Report by ADR
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
324 Voluntarily causing hurt by danger-
ous weapons or means
332 Voluntarily causing hurt to deter
public servant from his duty
333 Voluntarily causing grievous hurt to
deter public servant from his duty
341 wrongful restraint
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
19 ADHIKARI SUVENDU Tamluk AITC 39 4 3 0 3
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147,149,323,325,379 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Sections - 147,148,149,341,323,354 , Other De- 2.
tails -
IPC Sections - 147,148,149,323,307,364 , Other De- 3.
tails -
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
325 1
379 1
307 1
364 1
Total 4
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
307 Attempt to murder
323 voluntarily causing hurt
325 voluntarily causing grievous hurt
341 wrongful restraint
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
354 Assault or criminal force to woman
with intent to outrage her modesty
364 Kidnapping or abducting in order to
murder
379 theft
161 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
20 BRIJBHUSHAN SARAN SINGH UTTAR
PRADESH
Kaiser-
ganj
SP 52 4 2 0 2
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147,153,153A,332,338,295,297,395,397 ,
Other Details -
IPC Sections - 147, 148, 149, 307 , Other Details - 27 Arms
Act
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
153A 1
295 1
395 1
307 1
Total 4
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
153 Wantonly giving provocation with
intent to cause riot-if rioting be
committed-if not committed
153A Promoting enmity between diferent
groups on grounds of religion, race,
place of birth, residence, language,
etc., and doing acts prejudicial to
maintenance of harmony
295 Injuring or defling place of worship
with intent to insult the religion of
any class
297 Trespassing on burial places, etc.
307 Attempt to murder
332 Voluntarily causing hurt to deter
public servant from his duty
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
338 Causing grievous hurt by act en-
dangering life or personal safety of
others
395 dacoity
397 Robbery, or dacoity, with attempt to
cause death or grievous hurt
162 A Report by ADR
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
21 DR.SANJEEV GANESH NAIK MAHARASH-
TRA
Thane NCP 37 4 2 0 2
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 109,403,405,406,411,415,418,420,120 1.
B,34 , Other Details - 597/02,598/02,599/02
IPC Sections - 143,341,134,504,135 , Other Details - 2.
BPAct 36, 37(1) Case no. 1054/97
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
411 1
415 1
418 1
420 1
Total 4
IPC Section Description
34 Acts done by several persons in fur-
therance of common intention
109 Punishment of abetment if the act
abetted is committed in conse-
quence, and where no express provi-
sion is made for its punishment
120B Punishment of criminal conspiracy
134 Abetment of such assault, if the as-
sault is committed
135 Abetment of desertion of soldier,
sailor or airman
143 Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
341 wrongful restraint
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
403 Dishonest misappropriation of prop-
erty
405 Criminal breach of trust
406 criminal breach of trust
411 Dishonestly receiving stolen prop-
erty
415 Cheating
418 Cheating with knowledge that
wrongful loss may ensue to person
whose interest ofender is bound to
protect
420 Cheating and dishonestly inducing
delivery of property
504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
163 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
22 Nripendra Nath Ray WEST BENGAL Cooch-
behar
AIFB 49 4 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147,148,149,447,151,152,153, 332, 1.
333, 353, 325,326,307,436, 302 , Other Details -
3/4 PDPP Act, 9/10 NPO Act
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
325 1
326 1
307 1
302 1
Total 4
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
151 Knowingly joining or continuing in
assembly of fve or more persons
after it has been commanded to
disperse
152 Assaulting or obstructing public ser-
vant when suppressing riot, etc.
153 Wantonly giving provocation with
intent to cause riot-if rioting be
committed-if not committed
302 Murder
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
307 Attempt to murder
325 voluntarily causing grievous hurt
326 Voluntarily causing grievous hurt by
dangerous weapons or means
332 Voluntarily causing hurt to deter
public servant from his duty
333 Voluntarily causing grievous hurt to
deter public servant from his duty
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
436 Mischief by fre or explosive sub-
stance with intent to destroy house,
etc.
447 criminal trespass
164 A Report by ADR
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
23 PURNAMASI RAM BIHAR Gopal-
ganj
JD(U) 52 4 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147, 149, 447, 341, 342, 343, 365, 323, 1.
325, 307, 504, 120B , Other Details - 25(1-B)a and 26,
35 Arms act
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
343 1
365 1
325 1
307 1
Total 4
IPC Section Description
120B Punishment of criminal conspiracy
147 rioting
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
307 Attempt to murder
323 voluntarily causing hurt
325 voluntarily causing grievous hurt
341 wrongful restraint
342 wrongful Confnement
343 Wrongful confnement for three or
more days
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
365 Kidnapping or abducting with intent
secretly and wrongfully to confne
person
447 criminal trespass
504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
24 UMA SHANAKER SINGH BIHAR Maharaj-
ganj
RJD 61 4 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 364, 302, 379,171(F) , Other Details - 1.
27 Arms act
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
364 1
302 1
165 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
379 1
171F 1
Total 4
IPC Section Description
171F undue infuence or personation at an
election
302 Murder
364 Kidnapping or abducting in order to
murder
379 theft
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
25 PATIL PADAMSINHA BAJIRAO MAHARASH-
TRA
Osmana-
bad
NCP 68 3 7 0 7
Cases (Accused)
I 1. PC Sections - 37 1 3, 188 , Other Details - 135 B.P
ACT
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 138 to 142 N I Act 2.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 138 to 142 N I Act 3.
IPC Sections - 120 B ,406,409,109,34 , Other Details - 4.
IPC Sections - 120(B),420,406,409,109 , Other Details 5.
-
IPC Sections - 323,324,325,506,34 , Other Details - 6.
IPC Sections - 406,34, , Other Details - 7.
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
420 1
324 1
325 1
Total 3
IPC Section Description
1 Title and extent of operation of the
Code
3 Punishment of ofences committed
beyond, but which by law may be
tried within, India
34 Acts done by several persons in fur-
therance of common intention
37 Co-operation by doing one of several
acts constituting an ofence
109 Punishment of abetment if the act
abetted is committed in conse-
quence, and where no express provi-
sion is made for its punishment
120 Concealing design to commit of-
fence punishable with imprisonment
120B Punishment of criminal conspiracy
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
323 voluntarily causing hurt
324 Voluntarily causing hurt by danger-
ous weapons or means
166 A Report by ADR
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
325 voluntarily causing grievous hurt
406 criminal breach of trust
409 Criminal breach of trust by public
servant, or by banker, merchant or
agent
420 Cheating and dishonestly inducing
delivery of property
506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
26 RAJKUMARI RATNA SINGH UTTAR
PRADESH
Pratap-
garh
INC 49 3 6 0 6
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - U/S188 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Sections - U/S 323/504/506 , Other Details - 2.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - U/S136(2)RP ACT 3.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 4.
61/98,/62/98,/63/98,64/98
IPC Sections - 307,504,506, , Other Details - U/S 482 5.
CRP
IPC Sections - U/S307/392 , Other Details - 6.
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
307 2
392 1
Total 3
IPC Section Description
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
307 Attempt to murder
323 voluntarily causing hurt
392 robbery
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
27 DEVENDRA NAGPAL UTTAR
PRADESH
Amroha RLD 38 3 6 0 6
Cases (Accused)
I 1. PC Sections - , Other Details - 127(A)R.P.Act
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 127(A)R.P.Act 2.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 127(A)R.P.Act 3.
I
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
419 1
420 1
384 1
Total 3
167 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
IPC Sections - 170, 419, 420, 384, 120(B) , Other 4.
Details -
IPC Sections - 188 , Other Details - 144 Cr.P.C. 5.
IPC Sections - 171(J),427 , Other Details - 127(A)(1), 6.
127(A)(2),127(A)(2)(B)R.P.Act
IPC Section Description
120B Punishment of criminal conspiracy
170 Personating a public servant
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
384 extortion
419 cheating by personation
420 Cheating and dishonestly inducing
delivery of property
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
28 SHIBU SOREN JHARKHAND Dumka JMM 64 3 5 0 5
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 144, 341, 353, 504 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Sections - 188 , Other Details - 2.
IPC Sections - 323, 342, 504, 347, 348 , 34 , Other 3.
Details -
IPC Sections - 147, 148, 307, 302, 201 , Other Details 4.
-
IPC Sections - 148, 149, 302, 436, 429 , Other Details 5.
-
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
302 2
307 1
Total 3
IPC Section Description
34 Acts done by several persons in fur-
therance of common intention
144 Joining unlawful assembly armed
with deadly weapon
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
201 Causing disappearance of evidence
of ofence, or giving false informa-
tion to screen ofender
302 Murder
307 Attempt to murder
323 voluntarily causing hurt
341 wrongful restraint
342 wrongful Confnement
347 Wrongful confnement to extort
property, or constrain to illegal act
168 A Report by ADR
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
348 Wrongful confnement to extort
confession, or compel restoration of
property
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
429 Mischief by killing or maiming cattle,
etc., of any value or any animal of the
value of ffty rupees
436 Mischief by fre or explosive sub-
stance with intent to destroy house,
etc.
504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
29 ADHIR RANJAN CHOWDHURY WEST BENGAL Baha-
rampur
INC 53 3 5 0 5
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 149, 302, 120B , Other Details - 1.
IPC Sections - 143, 447, 341, 323, 427 , Other Details 2.
-
IPC Sections - 302, 34 , Other Details - 3.
IPC Sections - 447, 302, 120B, 34 , Other Details - 4.
25/27 Arms Act & 3/4 E.S Act,
IPC Sections - 115, 120B, 506 , Other Details 5.
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
302 3
Total 3
IPC Section Description
34 Acts done by several persons in fur-
therance of common intention
115 Abetment of ofence punishable
with death or imprisonment for life-if
ofence not committed
120B Punishment of criminal conspiracy
143 Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
302 Murder
323 voluntarily causing hurt
341 wrongful restraint
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
447 criminal trespass
506 criminal intimidation
169 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
30 KADEER RANA UTTAR
PRADESH
Muzaf-
farnagar
BSP 45 3 4 0 4
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 188, 353, 332, 392 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Sections - 147, 148, 149, 188, 307, 332, 336, 353, 2.
341, 342, 427, 436 , Other Details - 7 CRIMINAL LAW
ACT, 3 DAMAGIJ TO PUBLIC PROPERTY ACT
IPC Sections - 147, 148, 149, 302, 323, 506, 34 , Other 3.
Details -
IPC Sections - 171 , Other Details - 4.
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
392 1
307 1
302 1
Total 3
IPC Section Description
34 Acts done by several persons in fur-
therance of common intention
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
171 Wearing grab or carrying token used
by public servant with fraudulent
intent
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
302 Murder
307 Attempt to murder
323 voluntarily causing hurt
332 Voluntarily causing hurt to deter
public servant from his duty
336 Act endangering life or personal
safety of others
341 wrongful restraint
342 wrongful Confnement
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
392 robbery
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
436 Mischief by fre or explosive sub-
stance with intent to destroy house,
etc.
506 criminal intimidation
170 A Report by ADR
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
31 ADITYA NATH UTTAR
PRADESH
Gorakh-
pur
BJP 36 3 2 0 2
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147,148,149,307,302,504,506,427 , 1.
Other Details -
IPC Sections - 147,295,297,436,506 , Other Details - 2.
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
307 1
302 1
295 1
Total 3
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
295 Injuring or defling place of worship
with intent to insult the religion of
any class
297 Trespassing on burial places, etc.
302 Murder
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
307 Attempt to murder
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
436 Mischief by fre or explosive sub-
stance with intent to destroy house,
etc.
504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
32 HARENDRAKUMAR RAMCHAN-
DRA PATHAK
GUJARAT Ahmeda-
bad East
BJP 62 3 1 0 1
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
302 1
307 1
326 1
Total 3
171 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 302, 307, 326, 333, 347, 149, 152, 153, 1.
506, 168, 188, 120(B) , Other Details - FIR NO. 82/85,
ASTODIA POLICE STATION, SESSION COURT NO.
178/1986, AHMEDABAD, HE HAS BEEN DISCHARGED
IN THIS CASE BUT SPECIAL LEAVE APPLICATION FOR
THE SAME IS ADMITTED IN THE HON, SUPREME
COURT NO. 6207/2006, THIS CASE IS PENDING IN THE
SUPREME COURT.
IPC Section Description
120B Punishment of criminal conspiracy
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
152 Assaulting or obstructing public ser-
vant when suppressing riot, etc.
153 Wantonly giving provocation with
intent to cause riot-if rioting be
committed-if not committed
168 Public servant unlawfully engaging
in trade
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
302 Murder
307 Attempt to murder
326 Voluntarily causing grievous hurt by
dangerous weapons or means
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
333 Voluntarily causing grievous hurt to
deter public servant from his duty
347 Wrongful confnement to extort
property, or constrain to illegal act
506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
33 BHONSLE SHRIMANT CHH.
UDYANRAJE PRATAPSINH
MAHARASH-
TRA
Satara NCP 43 2 14 0 14
Cases (Accused)
I 1. PC Sections - 302,143,147,149 , Other Details - Part-5
363/99 Nirdosh Muktata Mumbai Highcourt Appeal
No 726/2001
IPC Sections - 363,452,427,323,504,506,34,3(1)(10) , 2.
Other Details - Part-5 427/2004
IPC Sections - 143,147,148,353,451,452,506 , Other 3.
Details - Part-5 340/2005 120 with 37(1)(3)Bombay
Police Act
IPC Sections - 451,504,506,507 , Other Details - Part-5 4.
517/2006
IPC Sections - 143,147,341 , Other Details - Part-5 5.
72/2006 37(1)/135 Bombay Police Act
IPC Sections - 447,323,506,34 , Other Details - Part-5 6.
192/2006
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
302 1
363 1
Total 2
IPC Section Description
34 Acts done by several persons in fur-
therance of common intention
37 Co-operation by doing one of several
acts constituting an ofence
135 Abetment of desertion of soldier,
sailor or airman
143 Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
172 A Report by ADR
IPC Sections - 143,147,504,506,427 , Other Details - 7.
Part-5 98/2007
IPC Sections - 143,147,435,355,323,405,427 , Other 8.
Details - Part-5 59/2007
IPC Sections - 37, 135 , Other Details - Part-6 9.
132/2001
IPC Sections - 504,506,34 , Other Details - 1661/2003 10.
IPC Sections - 323,504,506,34 , Other Details - 11.
88/2006
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 563/2006 CRPC 107 12.
IPC Sections - 143,147,149,341,332 with 37,135 , Oth- 13.
er Details - Part-5 16/2009
IPC Sections - , Other Details - Chapter Case 5/2009 14.
CRPC 107
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
302 Murder
323 voluntarily causing hurt
332 Voluntarily causing hurt to deter
public servant from his duty
341 wrongful restraint
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
355 Assault or criminal force with intent
to dishonour person, otherwise than
on grave provocation
363 kidnapping
405 Criminal breach of trust
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
435 Mischief by destroying or moving,
etc., a land- mark fxed by public
authority Mischief by fre or explo-
sive substance with intent to cause
damage to amount of one hundred
or (in case of agricultural produce)
ten rupees
447 criminal trespass
451 House-trespass in order to commit
ofence punishable with imprison-
ment
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
452 House-trespass after preparation for
hurt, assault or wrongful restraint
504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
506 criminal intimidation
507 Criminal intimidation by an anony-
mous communication
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
34 RAKESH SACHAN Fatehpur SP 53 2 7 0 7 14
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
307 1
364 1
Total 2
173 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 188 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 30 ARMS ACT 2.
IPC Sections - 147,323,332,336,353,504 , Other De- 3.
tails - 7 CRIMINAL AMENDMENT ACT
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 20/25/30 ARMS ACT 4.
IPC Sections - 147,504,506 , Other Details - 5.
IPC Sections - 147,149,307,342,506,436,364 , Other 6.
Details - 3(2)5
IPC Sections - 506,448,427 , Other Details 7.
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
307 Attempt to murder
323 voluntarily causing hurt
332 Voluntarily causing hurt to deter
public servant from his duty
336 Act endangering life or personal
safety of others
342 wrongful Confnement
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
364 Kidnapping or abducting in order to
murder
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
436 Mischief by fre or explosive sub-
stance with intent to destroy house,
etc.
448 house-trespass
504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
35 MUNDE GOPINATHRAO PAN-
DURANG
MAHARASH-
TRA
Beed BJP 59 2 4 0 4
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 365,341,342,323,506 , Other Details - 1.
3(10)ATTROCITY ACT
IPC Sections - 326 , Other Details - 2.
IPC Sections - 143,147,148,149,353,323,34 , Other 3.
Details -
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 3, 25, 35 Arms Act 4.
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
365 1
326 1
Total 2
IPC Section Description
34 Acts done by several persons in fur-
therance of common intention
143 Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
174 A Report by ADR
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
323 voluntarily causing hurt
326 Voluntarily causing grievous hurt by
dangerous weapons or means
341 wrongful restraint
342 wrongful Confnement
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
365 Kidnapping or abducting with intent
secretly and wrongfully to confne
person
506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
36 ADHALRAO SHIVAJI DATTATRAY MAHARASH-
TRA
Shirur SHS 52 2 4 0 4
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 143,147,323,353,504 , Other Details - 1.
132(1)B.P ACT 135
IPC Sections - 324,337,341,323,504,506,353,332,307, 2.
333,151,152,153,143,147,149 , Other Details -
IPC Sections - 341,143,149 , Other Details - 3.
IPC Sections - 188 , Other Details - 4.
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
324 1
307 1
Total 2
IPC Section Description
143 Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
147 rioting
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
151 Knowingly joining or continuing in
assembly of fve or more persons
after it has been commanded to
disperse
152 Assaulting or obstructing public ser-
vant when suppressing riot, etc.
153 Wantonly giving provocation with
intent to cause riot-if rioting be
committed-if not committed
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
307 Attempt to murder
175 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
323 voluntarily causing hurt
324 Voluntarily causing hurt by danger-
ous weapons or means
332 Voluntarily causing hurt to deter
public servant from his duty
333 Voluntarily causing grievous hurt to
deter public servant from his duty
337 Causing hurt by act endangering life
or personal safety of others
341 wrongful restraint
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
37 SUSHIL KUMAR SINGH MAHARASH-
TRA
Shirur SHS 52 2 4 0 4
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147, 148, 149, 323, 324, , Other Details 1.
-
IPC Sections - 147, 148, 149, 337, 323, , Other Details 2.
-
IPC Sections - 426, 427 , Other Details - 3.
IPC Sections - 147, 148, 149, 447, 427, 379 , Other 4.
Details -
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
324 1
379 1
Total 2
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
323 voluntarily causing hurt
324 Voluntarily causing hurt by danger-
ous weapons or means
337 Causing hurt by act endangering life
or personal safety of others
379 theft
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
426 Punished for mischief
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
447 criminal trespass
176 A Report by ADR
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
38 KHATGAONK PATIL BHASKARRAO
BAPURAO
MAHARASH-
TRA
Nanded INC 65 2 4 0 4
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 188, 186, 173B, 171B, 171E, 171C, 129, 1.
134 , Other Details - R.P.Act 1951
IPC Sections - 188, 171B, 171C , Other Details - 133 2.
R.P.Act, 66, 192, 184, 108, 177 Under Motor Vehicle
Act & 134 B.P. Act
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 226,227 ARTICLE OF 3.
CONSTITUTION OF INDIA SECTION - Passed by SEC-
TION 88 OF CO-OPERATIVE ACT
IPC Sections - , Other Details - INQUIRY U/S 88 MA- 4.
HARASTRA ,CO-OPRATIVE SOCIETY ACT -1960
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
171B 2
Total 2
IPC Section Description
129 Public servant negligently sufering
such prisoner to escape
134 Abetment of such assault, if the as-
sault is committed
171 Wearing grab or carrying token used
by public servant with fraudulent
intent
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
171B Bribery
186 Obstructing public servant in dis-
charge of public functions
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
323 voluntarily causing hurt
436 Mischief by fre or explosive sub-
stance with intent to destroy house,
etc.
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
39
SUBHASH BAPURAO WANKHEDE
MAHARASHTRA
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 143,147,436,295,323 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Sections - 171(b)(e) , Other Details - 2.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 226,227, ARTICLE OF 3.
CONSTITUTION OF INDIA
IPC Sections - , Other Details - INQUIRY U/S OF MA- 4.
HARASHTRA CO-OP SOCIETY ACT 1960
Hingoli SHS 46 2 4 0 4
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
295 1
171B 1
Total 2
IPC Section Description
143 Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
147 rioting
171B Bribery
177 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
295 Injuring or defling place of worship
with intent to insult the religion of
any class
323 voluntarily causing hurt
436 Mischief by fre or explosive sub-
stance with intent to destroy house,
etc.
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
40 RAKESH PANDEY UTTAR
PRADESH
Ambed-
kar
Nagar
BSP 55 2 3 0 3
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 452,506 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Sections - 352,504,506 , Other Details - 2.
IPC Sections - 364A, 302, 120B, 212 , Other 3.
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
364A 1
302 1
Total 2
IPC Section Description
120B Punishment of criminal conspiracy
212 Hrbouring ofender
302 Murder
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
352 assault or criminal force otherwise
than on grave provocation
364A Kidnapping for ransom, etc.
452 House-trespass after preparation for
hurt, assault or wrongful restraint
504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
41 DARA SINGH CHAUHAN UTTAR
PRADESH
Ghosi BSP 50 2 2 0 2
Cases (Accused)
I 1. PC Sections - 147,148,149,323,504,506,353,332,39
5,397,412 , Other Details - 7 C.L.A ACT, 27/30 ARMS
ACT
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
395 1
412 1
178 A Report by ADR
IPC Sections - 147 148,323,336,427,353,332,341,504, 2.
506 , Other Details - 7 C.L.A ACT, 3(I)G.P.D ACT
Total 2
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
323 voluntarily causing hurt
332 Voluntarily causing hurt to deter
public servant from his duty
336 Act endangering life or personal
safety of others
341 wrongful restraint
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
395 dacoity
397 Robbery, or dacoity, with attempt to
cause death or grievous hurt
412 Dishonestly receiving property sto-
len in the commission of a dacoity
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
42 KALIKESH NARAYAN SINGH DEO ORISSA Bolangir BJD 34 2 2 0 2
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 448,427,294,506,34 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Sections - 294,506 , Other Details - 3 SC/ST Act 2.
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
294 2
Total 2
IPC Section Description
34 Acts done by several persons in fur-
therance of common intention
294 Obscene acts and songs
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
448 house-trespass
506 criminal intimidation
179 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
43 SURENDRA SINGH NAGAR UTTAR
PRADESH
Gautam
Budhha
Nagar
BSP 44 2 2 0 2
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 37 MANDI ADHINIUM 1.
IPC Sections - 392,411,406 , Other Details 2.
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
392 1
411 1
Total 2
IPC Section Description
392 robbery
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
406 criminal breach of trust
411 Dishonestly receiving stolen prop-
erty
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
44 VENUGOPALA REDDY MODU-
GULA
ANDHRA
PRADESH
Naras-
araopet
TDP 42 2 2 0 2
Cases (Accused)
IP 1. C Sections - 147,148,307,324,447,149 , Other De-
tails - 237/86,Mangalagiri Rural PS
IPC Sections - 143,341,186 , Other Details - 409/95, 2.
5th Additional Munsif Magisrate
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
307 1
324 1
Total 2
IPC Section Description
143 Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
186 Obstructing public servant in dis-
charge of public functions
180 A Report by ADR
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
307 Attempt to murder
324 Voluntarily causing hurt by danger-
ous weapons or means
341 wrongful restraint
447 criminal trespass
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
45 THIRUMAAVALAVAN, THOL TAMIL NADU Chidam-
baram
VCK 46 2 2 0 2
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 153,153 B , Other Details - 1.
IPC Sections - 124, 153, 153 A, 153 B, 295 A, 505 , 2.
Other Details -
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
124 1
295 1
Total 2
IPC Section Description
124 Assaulting President, Governor, etc.,
with intent to compel or restrain the
exercise of any lawful power
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
153 Wantonly giving provocation with
intent to cause riot-if rioting be
committed-if not committed
295 Injuring or defling place of worship
with intent to insult the religion of
any class
505 Statements conducing to public
mischief
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
46 ABDUL MANNAN HOSSAIN WEST BENGAL Murshi-
dabad
INC 56 2 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147,148,149,332,353,323,427,337,364, 1.
307,506 , Other Details -
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
364 1
307 1
Total 2
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
181 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
307 Attempt to murder
323 voluntarily causing hurt
332 Voluntarily causing hurt to deter
public servant from his duty
337 Causing hurt by act endangering life
or personal safety of others
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
364 Kidnapping or abducting in order to
murder
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
47 PREMDAS UTTAR
PRADESH
Etawah SP 49 2 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 395,325 , Other Details - 156(3) CRPC 1.
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
395 1
325 1
Total 2
IPC Section Description
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
325 voluntarily causing grievous hurt
395 dacoity
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
48 MANIAN O.S TAMIL NADU May-
iladuthu-
rai
AD
M K
53 2 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147, 148, 342, 324, 323, 506(ii), 307 , 1.
Other Details - Case no.267/2007, Vedharayam
Serious IPC Frequency Table
182 A Report by ADR
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
324 1
307 1
Total 2
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
307 Attempt to murder
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
323 voluntarily causing hurt
324 Voluntarily causing hurt by danger-
ous weapons or means
342 wrongful Confnement
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
49 RADHEY MOHAN SINGH UTTAR
PRADESH
Ghazipur SP 43 2 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147, 148, 149, 307, 323, 325, 504, 506 , 1.
Other Details - 7 Criminal Law Amendment Act
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
307 1
325 1
Total 2
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
307 Attempt to murder
323 voluntarily causing hurt
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
325 voluntarily causing grievous hurt
504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
506 criminal intimidation
183 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
50 DINUBHAI BOGHABHAI
SOLANKI
GUJARAT Juna-
gadh
BJP 51 2 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 143, 147, 148, 149, 325, 324, 323, 1.
504, 506(2) , Other Details - BOMBAY POLICE ACT
SECTION 135 FIR NO. I-198/2005,KODINAR POLICE
STATION. JUD. MEGISTRATE FIRST CLASS KODINAR,
CASE NO. 505/07 CASE IS PENDING
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
325 1
324 1
Total 2
IPC Section Description
143 Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
323 voluntarily causing hurt
324 Voluntarily causing hurt by danger-
ous weapons or means
325 voluntarily causing grievous hurt
504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
51 CHANDRAKANT KHAIRE MAHARASH-
TRA
Aurang-
abad
SHS 57 1 16 0 16
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147,342,353 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Sections - 147,149,148, , Other Details - 2.
IPC Sections - 143,147,148,427,323,504, , Other De- 3.
tails - 7 & 1 ,135 bp act
IPC Sections - 188 , Other Details - 135 bp act 4.
IPC Sections - 343,34 , Other Details - 5.
IPC Sections - 188 , Other Details - 3,4 ACT 6.
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
343 1
Total 1
IPC Section Description
34 Acts done by several persons in fur-
therance of common intention
143 Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
147 rioting
184 A Report by ADR
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 134,135 bp act 7.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 134,135 bp act 8.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 135 bp act 9.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 37(3)135 BP Act 10.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 188 bp act 11.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 37(1)(3),135,136,134 12.
bp act
IPC Sections - 143,341, , Other Details - 135 bp act 13.
IPC Sections - 143,341 , Other Details - 132 bp act 14.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 135 B.P. Act 15.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - Case No. 252/05 16.
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
323 voluntarily causing hurt
341 wrongful restraint
342 wrongful Confnement
343 Wrongful confnement for three or
more days
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
52 N. DHARAMSINGH KARNATAKA Bidar INC 73 1 5 0 5
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - IPC 499,500,501and 502 , Other De- 1.
tails - A private Criminal Complaint Filed Before VIII
CMM,Bangalore Under section 200 CRPC for the of-
fences Punishable under section 499,500,501and
502 of IPC. Case No PCR 1450 of 2005 (CC 13146 of
2005) Stay Details: A private criminal complaint has
been fled before the VIII additional CMM Bangalore
as detailed above. The very initiation of the proceed-
ing and taking cognizance, has been challenged
by me, by fling a criminal petition number 2128 of
2005 under section 482 CRPC, in the Honble High
Court of Karnataka. The Honble High Court of Kar-
nataka by its order dated 3/06/2005 was pleased to
admit the petition and pending hearing granted an
Interim Order of Stay of further proceedings. Again
on 2/09/2005, the High Court ordered Interim order
to continue. The stay order is operating.
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
171F 1
Total 1
IPC Section Description
43 Illegal, Legally bound to do
143 Being member of an unlawful
assembly
147 rioting
171F undue infuence or personation at an
election
188 Disobedience to order duly
promulgated by public servant
499 Defamation
185 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
IPC Sections - IPC 143,147,188 , Other Details - Cr No 2.
173/2008 under IPC section 143,147,188 read with
149,127(B) OF IMV ACT AND 171(E)
IPC Sections - IPC IPC sec 43,147,188,124(B) , Other 3.
Details - CR No.145/2008 Under Section 188 read
with Section 34 and IPC sec 43,147,188,124(B)and of
IMV act
IPC Sections - IPC 188 , Other Details - CR NO 179/2008 4.
Under IPC sec 188 read with sec 34 and sec171(E)
IPC Sections - IPC 143,147,188 and 171(F) , Other De- 5.
tails - CR NO.172/2008 under IPC sec 143,147,188and
171(F)read with 149 IPC and 127(B)of IMV Act
500 defamation
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 502 Sale of printed or engraved
substance containing defamatory
matter
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
53 TAPAS PAUL WEST BENGAL Krish-
nanagar
AITC 51 1 5 0 5
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147, 148, 427, 380, 448 , Other Details 1.
- Case No 79/05
IPC Sections - 188,34 , Other Details - Case No. 137/09 2.
dt 09/04/09
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 121(4) W.B. MUNICIPAL 3.
ACT
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 121(4) W.B. MUNICIPAL 4.
ACT
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 121(4) W.B. MUNICIPAL 5.
ACT
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
380 1
Total 1
IPC Section Description
34 Acts done by several persons in fur-
therance of common intention
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
380 Theft in dwelling house, etc.
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
448 house-trespass
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
54 BHAKTA CHARAN DAS ORISSA Kalah-
andi
INC 52 1 4 0 4
186 A Report by ADR
Cases (Accused)
I 1. PC Sections - 448,294,355, 34 , Other Details -
IPC Sections - 143,283,186 , Other Details - 1/2004 2.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 112,123 Motor vehicle 3.
Act
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 112,125 Motor Vehicle 4.
Act
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
294 1
Total 1
IPC Section Description
34 Acts done by several persons in fur-
therance of common intention
143 Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
186 Obstructing public servant in dis-
charge of public functions
283 Danger or obstruction in public way
or line of navigation
294 Obscene acts and songs
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
355 Assault or criminal force with intent
to dishonour person, otherwise than
on grave provocation
448 house-trespass
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
55 DANVE RAOSAHEB DADARAO MAHARASH-
TRA
Jalna BJP 56 1 3 0 3
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 133 people represen- 1.
tation act
IPC Sections - 323,325,504,34 , Other Details - 2.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 135 bombay police 3.
act
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
325 1
Total 1
IPC Section Description
34 Acts done by several persons in fur-
therance of common intention
323 voluntarily causing hurt
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
325 voluntarily causing grievous hurt
504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
187 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
56 K SUDHAKARAN KAVINTE
ARIKATHU
KERALA Kannur INC 60 1 3 0 3
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
254 1
Total 1
IPC Section Description
6 Defnitions in the Code to be under-
stood subject to exceptions
103 When the right of private defence of
property extends to causing death
120B Punishment of criminal conspiracy
143 Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
147 rioting
254 Delivery of coin as genuine, which,
when frst possess, the deliverer did
not know to be altered
341 wrongful restraint
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
57 GUDDU PREMCHAND MADHYA
PRADESH
Ujjain INC 41 1 3 0 3
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 353 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Sections - 188, 201 , Other Details - 123(3), 127(A) 2.
P R Act
IPC Sections - 325 , Other Details - 3.
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
325 1
Total 1
IPC Section Description
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
201 Causing disappearance of evidence
of ofence, or giving false informa-
tion to screen ofender
188 A Report by ADR
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
325 voluntarily causing grievous hurt
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
58 H D KUMARA SWAMY KARNATAKA Ban-
galore
Rural
JD(S) 50 1 3 0 3
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 295(A), 298, 504 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 126 R.P. Act 2.
IPC Sections - 500 , Other Details - 3.
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
295A 1
Total 1
IPC Section Description
295A Deliberate and malicious acts, in-
tended to outrage religious feelings
or any class by insulting its religion or
religious beliefs
298 Uttering, words, etc., with deliberate
intent to wound the religious feel-
ings of any person
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
500 defamation
504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
59 KIRTI AZAD BIHAR Darb-
hanga
BJP 48 1 3 0 3
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 144,353,427,504, , Other Details - 1.
IPC Sections - 171(H), 188,120B , Other Details - 125, 2.
133 R.P Act
IPC Sections - 188 , Other Details - 133 R.P.Act 3.
IPC Section Description
120B Punishment of criminal conspiracy
144 Joining unlawful assembly armed
with deadly weapon
171H Illegal payments in connection with
an election
188 Disobedience to order duly
promulgated by public servant
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 504 Intentional insult with intent to
provoke breach of the peace
189 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
60 ASHOK TANWAR HARYANA Sirsa INC 33 1 2 0 2
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 143,188,171F,332,353,504,506,427 , 1.
Other Details - 192,196,181,207 M.V.Act, 151CR.P.C.
IPC Sections - 188 , Other Details - 2.
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
171F 1
Total 1
IPC Section Description
143 Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
171F undue infuence or personation at an
election
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
332 Voluntarily causing hurt to deter
public servant from his duty
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
61 GHANSYAM ANURAGI UTTAR
PRADESH
Jalaun SP 35 1 2 0 2
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147,148,149,504,506,171C,365,323 , 1.
Other Details - 3(1)(5)
IPC Sections - 147,504,506 , Other Details - 7 CRIMI- 2.
NAL LAW ACT
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
365 1
Total 1
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assem-
bly guilty of ofence committed in
prosecution of common object
190 A Report by ADR
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
171 Wearing grab or carrying token
used by public servant with fraudu-
lent intent
323 voluntarily causing hurt
365 Kidnapping or abducting with
intent secretly and wrongfully to
confne person
504 Intentional insult with intent to
provoke breach of the peace
506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
62 SIVAKUMAR @ J.K. RITHEESH. K TAMIL NADU Ramanat
hapuram
DMK 36 1 2 0 2
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147, 148, 307 , Other Details - 3 1.
TNPPDL ACT
IPC Sections - 188, 143, 506, 1 , Other Details - 2.
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
307 1
Total 1
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
IPC Section Description
1 Title and extent of operation of the
Code
143 Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
307 Attempt to murder
506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
63 R. K. SINGH PATEL UTTAR
PRADESH
Banda SP 49 1 2 0 2
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147,148,149,307,216A, , Other Details 1.
-
IPC Sections - 353,352,506,136(2) , Other Details - 2.
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
307 1
Total 1
191 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful
assembly guilty of ofence
committed in prosecution of
common object
216A Penalty for harbouring robbers or
dacoits
307 Attempt to murder
352 assault or criminal force otherwise
than on grave provocation
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
64 SEMMALAI S TAMIL NADU Karur AD
MK
62 1 2 0 2
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 498(A),406,307 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Sections - 143,341,188 , Other Details - 2,3 TNPPD 2.
ACT, 7(1)(a)CLA ACT
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
307 1
Total 1
IPC Section Description
143 Being member of an unlawful
assembly
188 Disobedience to order duly
promulgated by public servant
307 Attempt to murder
341 wrongful restraint
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
406 criminal breach of trust
498A Husband or relative of husband of a
woman subjecting her to cruelty
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
65 TAMBIDURAI.M TAMIL NADU Karur AD
MK
62 1 2 0 2
192 A Report by ADR
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 143,341,181 , Other Details - 7(1)(A) 1.
CLA ACT
IPC Sections - 147,188 , Other Details - 7(1)(A) CLA 2.
ACT
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
181 1
Total 1
IPC Section Description
143 Being member of an unlawful
assembly
147 rioting
181 False statement on oath or
afrmation to public servant or
person authorized to administer an
oath or afrmation
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
188 Disobedience to order duly
promulgated by public servant
341 wrongful restraint
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
66 ANGADI SURESH
CHANNABASAPPA
KARNATAKA Belgaum BJP 55 1 2 0 2
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 174(a)Railway Act 1.
(amendnent)2003 -Alleged obstuction to the train
movement.J.M.F.C.4th court,Belagam.C.C.no.338/07
Date;20-02-2007
IPC Sections - IPC 153(A),505(2),171(c) , Other De- 2.
tails - 153(A),505(2),171(c),ipc AND 123(3)&123(3A)
OF Representation of peoples act 1951-Cognizance
not taken.prl C.J.(Sr.Dn.)&C.J.M.Court Belagam Mar-
ket P.S.Cr.no.89/09
IPC Section Description
153A Promoting enmity between difer-
ent groups on grounds of religion,
race, place of birth, residence, lan-
guage, etc., and doing acts prejudi-
cial to maintenance of harmony
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
171 Wearing grab or carrying token
used by public servant with fraudu-
lent intent
193 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
67 NAVJOT SINGH SIDHU PUNJAB Amritsar BJP 45 1 0 1 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 302,323,34 , Other Details - FIR No.244 1.
Cr.M.P No.490 of 2007,59 of 2007. (Supreme Court
suspended sentence and conviction and stayed the
conviction)
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
302 1
Total 1
IPC Section Description
34 Acts done by several persons in
furtherance of common intention
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
302 Murder
323 voluntarily causing hurt
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
67 NAVJOT SINGH SIDHU PUNJAB Amritsar BJP 45 1 0 1 1
Cases (Accused) -----No Cases----
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
153A 1
Total 1
Cases (Convicted)
IPC Sections - 302,323,34 , Other Details - FIR No.244
Cr.M.P No.490 of 2007,59 of 2007. (Supreme Court sus-
pended sentence and conviction and stayed the
conviction)
IPC Section Description
34 Acts done by several persons in fur-
therance of common intention
302 Murder
323 voluntarily causing hurt
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
68 DR. MURLI MANOHAR JOSHI UTTAR
PRADESH
Varanasi BJP 73 1 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147,149,153A,153B,505 , Other Details 1.
-
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
153A 1
Total 1
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
194 A Report by ADR
149 Every member of unlawful assem-
bly guilty of ofence committed in
prosecution of common object
153A Promoting enmity between difer-
ent groups on grounds of religion,
race, place of birth, residence, lan-
guage, etc., and doing acts prejudi-
cial to maintenance of harmony
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
153B Imputations, assertions prejudicial
to national-integration
505 Statements conducing to public
mischief
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
69 AMBICA BANERJEE WEST BENGAL Howrah AITC 82 1 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147, 148, 149, 427, 325, 506 , Other 1.
Details - Case no. 53/98 dt-01.03.98
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
325 1
Total 1
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
325 voluntarily causing grievous hurt
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
70 LALKRISHNA KISHANCHAND
ADVANI
GUJARAT Gandhi-
nagar
BJP 81 1 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147, 149, 153A, 153B, 505 , Other De- 1.
tails -
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
153A 1
Total 1
195 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- IPC Section Description
147 rioting
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
153A Promoting enmity between diferent
groups on grounds of religion, race,
place of birth, residence, language,
etc., and doing acts prejudicial to
maintenance of harmony
153B Imputations, assertions prejudicial to
national-integration
505 Statements conducing to public
mischief
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
71 NALIN KUMAR KATEEL KARNATAKA Dakshina
Kannada
BJP 42 1 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 120B, 153, 153A,153(B), 504,501,506II, 1.
34C , Other Details - crime no: 55/09; dated 7/3/2009
on the basis of complaint dated : 04/03/2009 Police
station : Sullia. district Dakshin Kannada
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
153A 1
Total 1
IPC Section Description
34 Acts done by several persons in
furtherance of common intention
120B Punishment of criminal conspiracy
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
153 Wantonly giving provocation with
intent to cause riot-if rioting be
committed-if not committed
153A Promoting enmity between difer-
ent groups on grounds of religion,
race, place of birth, residence, lan-
guage, etc., and doing acts prejudi-
cial to maintenance of harmony
153B Imputations, assertions prejudicial
to national-integration
501 Printing or engraving matter known
to be defamatory
504 Intentional insult with intent to
provoke breach of the peace
196 A Report by ADR
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
72 GANDHI DILIPKUMAR
MANSUKHLAL
MAHARASH-
TRA
Ahmed-
nagar
BJP 59 1 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 93,143,147,148,149,123,337,341,427,5 1.
04,506 , Other Details - BOMBAY POLICE ACT 37 (1)
(3) 135
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
123 1
Total 1
IPC Section Description
93 Communication made in good faith
123 Concealing with intent to facilitate
design to wage war
143 Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assem-
bly guilty of ofence committed in
prosecution of common object
337 Causing hurt by act endangering
life or personal safety of others
341 wrongful restraint
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
504 Intentional insult with intent to
provoke breach of the peace
506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
73 B. JHANSI ANDHRA
PRADESH
Viziana-
garam
INC 45 1 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 177 , Other Details - cc-263/2008 1.
special judical 1st magisitrate (excise) vizianaram
33(A),125(A) OF REPRESENTATION OF PEOPLES ACT
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
177 1
Total 1
197 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- IPC Section Description
177 Furnishing false information
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
74 DHANANJAY SINGH UTTAR
PRADESH
Jaunpur BSP 33 1 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 120B,302 , Other Details - 3(1) 5 SC/ST 1.
ACT
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
302 1
Total 1
IPC Section Description
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 120B Punishment of criminal conspiracy
302 Murder
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
75 RAJNATH SINGH UTTAR
PRADESH
Ghazia-
bad
BJP 57 1 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 153A/153B/505 , Other Details - 123 1.
AND 125 REPRESENTATION OF PEOPLE ACT
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
153A 1
Total 1
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
IPC Section Description
153A Promoting enmity between difer-
ent groups on grounds of religion,
race, place of birth, residence, lan-
guage, etc., and doing acts prejudi-
cial to maintenance of harmony
153B Imputations, assertions prejudicial
to national-integration
505 Statements conducing to public
mischief
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
76 ADHIKARI SISIR KUMAR WEST BENGAL Kanthi AITC 69 1 1 0 1
198 A Report by ADR
Cases (Accused)
I 1. PC Sections - 147,148,149,323,379,427 , Other De-
tails - Gr 1138/81
Serious IPC Frequency Table
Serious IPC
Sections
Number of Times they appear for
this candidate
379 1
Total 1
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assem-
bly guilty of ofence committed in
prosecution of common object
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
323 voluntarily causing hurt
379 theft
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
77 AHIR HANSARAJ GANGARAM MAHARASH-
TRA
Chandra-
pur
BJP 54 0 30 0 1
Cases (Accused)
I 1. PC Sections - 147,149,136,151,152,506,332,427,153,
341,436 , Other Details - 135,294,337,427,131,143,18
8,341,186 B.P.Act & D.P.P Act
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 45/1987 2.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 12467/1990 3.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 8600/2000 4.
I 5. PC Sections - , Other Details - 6635/1988
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 1239/2000 6.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 3901/2000 7.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 4270/2000 8.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 2998/2001 9.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 1003/2002 10.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 10218/2004 11.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 9492/2004 12.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 436/2004 13.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 7683/2000 14.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 10564/2005 15.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 2757/2000 16.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 2951/2001 17.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 1885/2002 18.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 14965/2003 19.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 14833/2003 20.
IPC Section Description
136 Harbouring deserter
147 rioting
149 Every member of unlawful assem-
bly guilty of ofence committed in
prosecution of common object
151 Knowingly joining or continuing in
assembly of fve or more persons
after it has been commanded to
disperse
199 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 328/2000 21.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 326/2000 22.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 3748/1999 23.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 5/2000 24.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 427/2001 25.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 253/1998 26.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 640/1998 27.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 5795/2002 28.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 2899/2007 29.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 2539/2007 30.
152 Assaulting or obstructing public
servant when suppressing riot, etc.
153 Wantonly giving provocation with
intent to cause riot-if rioting be
committed-if not committed
332 Voluntarily causing hurt to deter
public servant from his duty
341 wrongful restraint
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
436 Mischief by fre or explosive sub-
stance with intent to destroy house,
etc.
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
78 N CHALUVARAYASWAMY KARNATAKA Mandya JD(S) 49 0 15 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - , Other Details - WP9196/09
IPC Sections - , Other Details - WP9197/09
IPC Sections - , Other Details - WP9198/09
IPC Sections - , Other Details - WP9199/09
IPC Sections - , Other Details - WP9200/09
IPC Sections - , Other Details - WP9201/09
IPC Sections - , Other Details - WP9202/09
IPC Sections - , Other Details - WP9203/09
IPC Sections - , Other Details - WP9204/09
IPC Sections - , Other Details - WP9205/09
IPC Sections - , Other Details - WP9206/09
IPC Sections - , Other Details - WP9207/09
IPC Sections - , Other Details - RP.No.107 APP.
NO.6043/06
IPC Sections - , Other Details - RP.No.107 APP.
NO.6044/06
IPC Section Description
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
79 Tathagata Satpathy ORISSA Dhenka-
nal
BJD 53 0 15 0 1
200 A Report by ADR
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 500 , 501 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Sections - 500,501 , Other Details - 2.
IPC Sections - 500,501 , Other Details - 3.
IPC Sections - 500,501 , Other Details - 4.
IPC Sections - 500,501 , Other Details - 5.
IPC Sections - 500,501 , Other Details - 6.
IPC Sections - 500,501 , Other Details - 7.
IPC Sections - 500,501 , Other Details - 8.
IPC Sections - 500,501 , Other Details - 9.
IPC Sections - 500,501 , Other Details - 10.
IPC Sections - 500,501 , Other Details - 11.
IPC Sections - 500,501 , Other Details - 12.
IPC Sections - 500,501 , Other Details - 13.
IPC Sections - 500,501 , Other Details - 14.
IPC Sections - 500,501 , Other Details - 15.
IPC Section Description
500 defamation
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 501 Printing or engraving matter known
to be defamatory
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
80 JADHAV PRATAPRAO GANPA-
TRAO
MAHARASH-
TRA
Buld-
hana
SHS 49 0 10 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - , Other Details - BOMBAY POLICE ACT 1.
135
IPC Sections - , Other Details - BOMBAY POLICE ACT 2.
135
IPC Sections - , Other Details - LIQUOR ACT 3.
61(1),70,81,83,108
IPC Sections - , Other Details - LIQUOR ACT 4.
61(1),70,81,83,108
IPC Sections - , Other Details - LIQUOR ACT 5.
61(1),70,81,83,108
IPC Sections - , Other Details - LIQUOR ACT 6.
61(1),70,81,83,108
IPC Sections - , Other Details - LIQUOR ACT 7.
61(1),70,81,83,108
IPC Sections - , Other Details - LIQUOR ACT 8.
61(1),70,81,83,108
IPC Section Description
500 defamation
501 Printing or engraving matter known
to be defamatory
IPC Sections - , Other Details - LIQUOR ACT 9.
61(1),70,81,83,108
IPC Sections - , Other Details - LIQUOR ACT 10.
61(1),70,81,83,108
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
201 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
81 BABAR GAJANAN DHARMSHI MAHARASH-
TRA
Maval SHS 66 0 7 0 1
IPC Section Description
143 Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
323 voluntarily causing hurt
336 Act endangering life or personal
safety of others
341 wrongful restraint
352 assault or criminal force otherwise
than on grave provocation
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 505 Statements conducing to public
mischief
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
82 SANJAY BRIJKISHORLAL
NIRUPAM
MAHARASH-
TRA
Mumbai
North
INC 44 0 5 0 1
IPC Section Description
500 defamation
501 Printing or engraving matter known
to be defamatory
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
202 A Report by ADR
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
83 KODIKUNNIL SURESH KERALA Mavelik-
kara
INC 46 0 4 0 1
IPC Section Description
143 Being member of an unlawful
assembly
145 Joining or continuing in unlaw-
ful assembly, knowing it has been
commanded to disperse
147 rioting
149 Every member of unlawful assem-
bly guilty of ofence committed in
prosecution of common object
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 283 Danger or obstruction in public way
or line of navigation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
84 DHOTRE SANJAY SHAMRAO MAHARASH-
TRA
Akola BJP 50 0 4 0 1
IPC Section Description
143 Being member of an unlawful
assembly
341 wrongful restraint
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 500 defamation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
85 ASHOK ARGAL MADHYA
PRADESH
Bhind BJP 39 0 4 0 1
IPC Section Description
120B Punishment of criminal con-
spiracy
203 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly
weapon
323 voluntarily causing hurt
352 assault or criminal force otherwise
than on grave provocation
500 defamation
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
501 Printing or engraving matter known
to be defamatory
502 Sale of printed or engraved sub-
stance containing defamatory matter
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
86 NIKHIL KUMAR CHOUDHARY MADHYA
PRADESH
Bhind BJP 39 0 4 0 1
IPC Section Description
143 Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 341 wrongful restraint
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
87 RAMA DEVI BIHAR Sheohar BJP 60 0 3 0 1
IPC Section Description
332 Voluntarily causing hurt to deter
public servant from his duty
341 wrongful restraint
342 wrongful Confnement
347 Wrongful confnement to extort
property, or constrain to illegal act
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 506 criminal intimidation
204 A Report by ADR
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
88 MAHABALI SINGH BIHAR Karakat JD(U) 54 0 3 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IP 1. C Sections - , Other Details - 3 Property Deface-
ment Act
IPC Sections - 188 , Other Details - 133 Peoples Rep- 2.
resentative Act
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 3 Property Deface- 3.
ment Act
IPC Section Description
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
89 PATEL NATUBHAI GOMANBHAI DADRA & NA-
GAR HAVELI
Dadra
& Nagar
Haveli
BJP 36 0 3 0 1
Cases (Accused)
I 1. PC Sections - 143,147,148,149,452,427,504,506 ,
Other Details - RCC NO.45/2000 FIR(CR NO.)294/99
PC Sections - 143,147,452,427,506,34 , Other Details 2.
- RCC NO.06/2008 FIR (CR NO.)170/07
IPC Sections - 143,147,148,323,427,504,506(2) , 3.
Other Details - FIR (CR NO.)I-51/07
IPC Section Description
34 Acts done by several persons in fur-
therance of common intention
143 Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
323 voluntarily causing hurt
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
452 House-trespass after preparation for
hurt, assault or wrongful restraint
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
506 criminal intimidation
205 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist 500 defa-
ma-
tion
Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
90 PRADEEP KUMAR SINGH BIHAR Araria BJP 43 0 3 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IP 1. C Sections - 147, 148, 149, 341, 323,353,504, ,
Other Details -
IPC Sections - 341,342, 506, 353, 504/34 , Other 2.
Details -
IPC Sections - 147, 32 3. 3, 504, 427, , Other Details -
IPC Section Description
34 Acts done by several persons in
furtherance of common intention
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assem-
bly guilty of ofence committed in
prosecution of common object
323 voluntarily causing hurt
341 wrongful restraint
342 wrongful Confnement
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
504 Intentional insult with intent to
provoke breach of the peace
506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist 500 defa-
ma-
tion
Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
91 SUGAVANAM. E.G. TAMIL NADU Krish-
nagiri
DMK 51 0 3 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC 1. Sections - 148 188 294(b) 285 , Other Details -
CASE NO. CC554/2003, KRISHNAGIRI POLICE STA-
TION, CRIME NO.400/2003, IPC 285 AND SEC 74
OF TAMILNADU CITY POLICE ACT, DATE OF FILING
28.11.2003
IPC Sections - 294(b) , Other Details - CASE NO. STC 2.
753/2003, MATHUR POLICE STATION, CRIME NO.
442/2003.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - ORIGINAL CASE NO. 3.
36/2004, APPEAL - IA30/2008 APPEAL NO. /2009
IPC Section Description
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 285 Negligent conduct with respect to
fre or combustible matter
206 A Report by ADR
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
92 HARSH VARDHAN UTTAR
PRADESH
Maharaj-
ganj
INC 61 0 3 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 332 , Other Details - 7 Criminal L. Arm 1.
Act
IPC Sections - 147,332,342,504,506 , Other Details - 2.
IPC Sections - 147,323,504 , Other Details - 3.
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
323 voluntarily causing hurt
332 Voluntarily causing hurt to deter
public servant from his duty
342 wrongful Confnement
504 Intentional insult with intent to
provoke breach of the peace
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
93 SAMBASIVA RAO RAYAPATI ANDHRA
PRADESH
Guntur INC 65 0 3 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IP 1. C Sections - , Other Details - 142B of Negotiable
Instruments act
IPC Sections - , Other Details - case no.1472/04 2.
IPC Sections - , Other Details - case no. 154/04 3.
IPC Section Description
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
94 PRADEEP KUMAR JAIN UTTAR
PRADESH
Jhansi INC 46 0 2 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IP 1. C Sections - 332, 447, , Other Details - 2/3 LOK
SAMPATI CHATI NIRDHARAN ACT
IPC Sections - 147, 283, 341 , Other Details - 7 CRIMI- 2.
NAL LAW ACT
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
283 Danger or obstruction in public way
or line of navigation
332 Voluntarily causing hurt to deter
public servant from his duty
341 wrongful restraint
447 criminal trespass
207 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
95 V ARUN KUMAR ANDHRA
PRADESH
Ra-
jahmun-
dry
INC 54 0 2 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - , 1. Other Details - 133/9596, Excise PO-
lice station, Korukonda. Sec 8(b) of AP Prohibition
act 1995 for possession of 4 litres of ID Liquor
IPC Sections - 309 , Other Details - CC N0 255/1998, 2.
First additional JFCM,amalapuram. Attempt to
suicide
IPC Section Description
309 Attempt to commit suicide
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
96 KISANBHAI VESTABHAI PATEL GUJARAT Valsad INC 46 0 2 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 323,147,148,338,504,427 , Other 1.
Details -
IPC Sections - 186, 323, 504 , Other Details - 2.
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
186 Obstructing public servant in dis-
charge of public functions
323 voluntarily causing hurt
338 Causing grievous hurt by act en-
dangering life or personal safety of
others
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
97 K. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO ANDHRA
PRADESH
Mahbub-
nagar
TRS 55 0 2 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sec 1. tions - , Other Details - 126(B)of RP Act, FIR
no 145/2008 Karimnagar I town
IPC Sections - , Other Details - case no. 152/2008 2.
126(B) of RP Act
IPC Section Description
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
208 A Report by ADR
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
98 SHRI BISHNU PADA RAY ANDAMAN
& NICOBAR
ISLANDS
Anda-
man &
Nicobar
Islands
BJP 59 0 2 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147,149,186,447,51 1. 1 , Other Details -
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 1597/2004 2.
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
186 Obstructing public servant in dis-
charge of public functions
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
447 criminal trespass
511 attempting to commit ofences pun-
ishable with imprisonment for life or
other imprisonment
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
99 ARJUN MUNDA JHARKHAND Jam-
shedpur
BJP 41 0 2 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 188 , Other Details 1. - 126 REPRESENTA-
TION OF THE PEOPLE ACT
IPC Sections - 147 148 323 427 435 , Other Details 2. -
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
323 voluntarily causing hurt
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
435 Mischief by destroying or moving,
etc., a land- mark fxed by public
authority Mischief by fre or explo-
sive substance with intent to cause
damage to amount of one hundred
or (in case of agricultural produce)
ten rupees
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
100 N PEETHAMBARAKURUP KERALA Kollam INC 66 0 2 0 1
209 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 143, 147, 14 1. 9, 283, , Other Details - 38,
52, KP Act
IPC Sections - 143, 147, 149, 188, 283, 427 , Other 2.
Details - 52 KP Act, 18(L)(III), 56 KP Act
IPC Section Description
143 Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
147 rioting
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
283 Danger or obstruction in public way
or line of navigation
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
101 MANGANI LAL MANDAL BIHAR Jhanjhar-
pur
JD(U) 60 0 2 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 504,385, , Othe 1. r Details -
IPC Sections - 499,500 , Other Details - 2.
IPC Section Description
385 Putting person in fear of injury in
order to commit extortion
499 Defamation
500 defamation
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
102 DR. SANJAY JAISWAL BIHAR Paschim
Cham-
paran
BJP 44 0 2 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147,148,149, 1. 341,323,353,336,337,427
, Other Details -
IPC Sections - 188 , Other Details - 3 Lo 2. k Sampati Act
IPC Section Description
147 rioting
148 Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
323 voluntarily causing hurt
336 Act endangering life or personal
safety of others
210 A Report by ADR
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
337 Causing hurt by act endangering life
or personal safety of others
341 wrongful restraint
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
427 Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
103 PASHUPATI NATH SINGH JHARKHAND Dhanbad BJP 60 0 2 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 143, 188 , Other 1. Details - 3/9 Bihar
control Of Use of loudspeaker Act, 144 Cr.P.C.
IPC Sections - 143, 341 , Other Details - 147, 171 2.
RAILWAY ACT
IPC Section Description
143 Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 341 wrongful restraint
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
104 SANJAY DINA PATIL MAHARASH-
TRA
Mumbai
North
East
NCP 40 0 2 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 143,147,14 1. 9,341 , Other Details -
Mumbai Police Act 37(3),135, Indian Railway Act 151
case no - 643/P-96 C.R.No.292/96
IPC Sections - 504,353,506(2) , 2. Other Details -
C.R.No.94/90
IPC Section Description
143 Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
147 rioting
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
341 wrongful restraint
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 504 Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
211 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
105 RAMESH RATHOD ANDHRA
PRADESH
Adilabad TDP 43 0 2 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 353,506 , Other Details - FIR no 1.
27/2006, JFCM Court, Luxettipet
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 1 2. 74 (a) of Railway Act,
No 222/2006
IPC Section Description
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 506 criminal intimidation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
106 ADV A SAMPATH KERALA Attingal CPM 46 0 2 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 143,147,149,188 , Other Details - 38 R/w
52 of KP act
IPC Sections - 143,147,149,283 , Other Details -
IPC Section Description
143 Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
147 rioting
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 283 Danger or obstruction in public way
or line of navigation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
107 MANEKA GANDHI UTTAR
PRADESH
Aonla BJP 52 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
1. IPC Sections - 394,506 , Other Details -
IPC Section Description
394 Voluntarily causing hurt in commit-
ting robbery
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 506 criminal intimidation
212 A Report by ADR
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
108 PRAVEEN SINGH ARON UTTAR
PRADESH
Bareilly INC 50 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
1. IPC Sections - 188 , Other Details - 1407/2007
IPC Section Description
188 Disobedience to order duly
promulgated by public servant
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
109 SANKAR ADHI TAMIL NADU Kallaku-
richi
DMK 52 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - , Other Details - SEC. 3(1) (5)TN PUB- 1.
LIC PROPERTY (PREVENTION OF DESTRUCTION) ACT
1992,
IPC Section Description
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
110 DARSNABEN VIKRAMBHAI
JARDOS
GUJARAT Surat BJP 48 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 188 , Other Details - CASE NO. 1.
36343/2007, 6TH ADDITIONAL SENIOR CIVIL JUDGE
& JUDICIAL MAGISTRATE FIRST CLASS COURT
IPC Section Description
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
111 RAJAIAH SIRICILLA ANDHRA
PRADESH
Waran-
gal
INC 55 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - , Other Details - Crime No. 9/ACB- 1.
WRL/2006, under section13 (2) R/W 13 (1) (c) of P.C.
Act 1988
IPC Section Description
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
213 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
112 DILIP SINGH JUDEV CHHATTIS-
GARH
Bilaspur BJP 60 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 120(B) , 1. Other Details - section-7 pre-
vention of corruption act
IPC Section Description
120B Punishment of criminal conspiracy
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
113 JAYANT K SINGH UTTAR
PRADESH
Mathura RLD 30 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 126 R.P. Act 1.
IPC Section Description
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
114 BABU LAL MARANDI JHARKHAND Kodarma JVM 51 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 188 , Other Details - 130 RP Act
IPC Section Description
188 Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
115 SARVEY SATYANARAYANA ANDHRA
PRADESH
Malkaj-
giri
INC 54 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 353 , Other Details - fr Registered 1.
case no 350/08
IPC Section Description
353 Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
214 A Report by ADR
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
116 MADHUSUDAN YADAV CHHATTIS-
GARH
Rajnand-
gaon
BJP 38 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 186,448,427(34) , Other Details - 1.
IPC Section Description
186 Obstructing public servant in
discharge of public functions
448 house-trespass
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
117 RANJAN PRASAD YADAV BIHAR Patalipu-
tra
JD(U) 64 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 3 D P ACT 1.
IPC Section Description
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
118 DR. RATTAN SINGH AJNALA PUNJAB Khadoor
Sahib
SAD 65 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - , Other Details - u/s 13 (1)(E)R/W 13(2) 1.
of P.C.Act 1988, FIR No.02/2003, Revision No 913 of
2009 pending before High Court.
IPC Section Description
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
119 P.C.MOHAN KARNATAKA Ban-
galore
Central
BJP 45 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - - , Other Details - Sec 147 and 174(A) 1.
of the Railway Act CC-10614/2008
IPC Section Description
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
215 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
120 YASHVIR SINGH PUNJAB Amritsar BJP 45 1 0 1 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147,323,504 , Other Details - 45/09 1.
IPC Section Description
147
rioting
323
voluntarily causing hurt
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
504
Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
121 BHAVANA GAWALI (PATIL) MAHARASH-
TRA
Yavat-
mal-
Washim
SHS 36 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 135 BP ACT 1.
IPC Section Description
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
122 HARISH RAWAT UTTARA-
KHAND
Hardwar INC 59 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 499,500,120B , Other Details - 1.
IPC Section Description
120B
Punishment of criminal conspiracy
499
Defamation
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
500
defamation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
123 GANDHISELVAN.S TAMIL NADU Namak-
kal
DMK 46 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 279,337,338 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Section Description
279 Rash driving or riding on a public
way
337 Causing hurt by act endangering life
or personal safety of others
216 A Report by ADR
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
338 Causing grievous hurt by act en-
dangering life or personal safety of
others
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
124 GANESHAMURTHI.A. TAMIL NADU Erode MD
MK
61 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 21 PREVENTION OF 1.
TERRORIST ACT
IPC Section Description
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
125 WASNIK MUKUL BALKRISHNA MAHARASH-
TRA
Ramtek INC 49 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - U/S147,149,341 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Section Description
147
rioting
149
Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
341
wrongful restraint
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
126 AJAY MAKAN NATIONAL
CAPITAL
TERRITORY OF
DELHI
New
Delhi
INC 45 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147, 149, 341 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Section Description
147
rioting
149
Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
341
wrongful restraint
217 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
127 AVTAR SINGH BHADANA HARYANA Farida-
bad
INC 53 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 425,427,447,448,120B,34 , Other 1.
Details -
IPC Section Description
34
Acts done by several persons in
furtherance of common intention
120B
Punishment of criminal conspiracy
425
Mischief
427
Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
447
criminal trespass
448
house-trespass
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
128 JAGDA NAND SINGH BIHAR Buxar RJD 65 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 188, 217, 218, 186 , Other Details - 171 1.
C. Peoples Representation Act, 52, 26(3) Wildlife
Protection Act & 33(1)C,63 Indian Forest Act
IPC Section Description
186
Obstructing public servant in
discharge of public functions
188
Disobedience to order duly
promulgated by public servant
217
Public servant disobeying direction
of law with intent to save person
from punishment or property from
forfeiture
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
218
Public servant framing incorrect
record or writing with intent to save
person from punishment or property
from forfeiture
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
129 GIRIJA VYAS RAJASTHAN Chittor-
garh
INC 62 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 500 , Other Details - CASES NO 952/04 1.
IPC Section Description
500
defamation
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
218 A Report by ADR
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
130 ADSUL ANANDRAO VITHOBA MAHARASH-
TRA
Amravati SHS 61 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 499,500 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Section Description
499
Defamation
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
500
defamation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
131 JAGDAMBIKA PAL UTTAR
PRADESH
Domari-
yaganj
INC 59 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - , Other Details - Case no 5891/03, IPC 1.
Sec Not Clear
IPC Section Description
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
132 M B RAJESH KERALA Palakkad CPM 38 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147,148,332,143, 1. 149,283,353,34,1
44,180, , Other Details - Damage to public prop-
erty kerala high court ,jfcm2nd TVM,jfcm3rd 26
/2003,219/2002,146/2003,140/2004, 322/2005,
112/2003,1030/2007,1/2007 7/2/03,10/11/02,8/7/03
,24/6/04,10/8/2005,18/3/2003,26/6/2006,5/2/2007
IPC Section Description
34
Acts done by several persons in fur-
therance of common intention
143
Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
144
Joining unlawful assembly armed
with deadly weapon
147
rioting
148
Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149
Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
180
Refusing to sign statement
283
Danger or obstruction in public way
or line of navigation
332
Voluntarily causing hurt to deter
public servant from his duty
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
353
Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
219 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
133 K P DHANAPALAN KERALA Cha-
lakudy
INC 59 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 143 ,147, 188,283,149 IPC , Other 1.
Details - JFCM 2nd CC 544-2007
IPC Section Description
143
Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
147
rioting
149
Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
188
Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
283
Danger or obstruction in public way
or line of navigation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
134 DR.NILESH NARAYAN RANE MAHARASH-
TRA
Ratnagiri
Sindhu-
durg
INC 28 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 504, 506(ii), 34 , Other Details 1.
IPC Section Description
34
Acts done by several persons in fur-
therance of common intention
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
504
Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
135 YASHBANTA NARAYAN SINGH
LAGURI
ORISSA Keonjhar BJD 38 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 159/162/220(3) of 1.
Companies Act complain Case no-2(C)cc-7/05,8/05,
9/05,10/05, 11/05, 12/05 ADDL, Chief JudicialMajis-
trate Special,Cuttack Dt.20.01.05
IPC Section Description
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
220 A Report by ADR
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
136 PRATIK PRAKASHBAPU PATIL MAHARASH-
TRA
Sangli INC 36 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 341,332 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Section Description
332
Voluntarily causing hurt to deter
public servant from his duty
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
341
wrongful restraint
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
137 MADAN LAL SHARMA JAMMU &
KASHMIR
Jammu INC 56 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 332,342 , Other Details -
IPC Section Description
332
Voluntarily causing hurt to deter
public servant from his duty
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
342
wrongful Confnement
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
138 POONAMBEN VELJIBHAI JAT GUJARAT Kachchh BJP 37 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 452, 323, 5 1. 04, 506(2), 114 , Other De-
tails - FIR NO.:- I-250/2007, GANDHIDHAM DISTRICT
POLICE STATION, IN THE COURT OF JUDI. MEGI.
FIRST CLASS, GANDHIDHAM, CASE NO. 4340/2007.
IPC Section Description
114
Abettor present when ofence is
committed
323
voluntarily causing hurt
452
House-trespass after preparation for
hurt, assault or wrongful restraint
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
504
Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
139 KALMADI SURESH MAHARASH-
TRA
Pune INC 64 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 341/34 , Other Details - B.P ACT 37(1)
RW135
IPC Section Description
34
Acts done by several persons in fur-
therance of common intention
221 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
341
wrongful restraint
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
140 ANANT GEETE MAHARASH-
TRA
Raigad SHS 58 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 37(9) 13, 30, 134 of B.P.
Act & (3)of P.P.D. Act
IPC Section Description
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
141 CHAVAN HARISHCHANDRA
DEORAM
MAHARASH-
TRA
Dindori BJP 57 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 145(B), 143, 147, 156, 1.
174, INDIAN RAILWAY ACT
IPC Section Description
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
142 BALKRISHNA KHANDERAO
SHUKLA
GUJARAT Vado-
dara
BJP 45 0 1 0 1
IPC Section Description
143
Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 143, 186, 341, 353 , Other Details - FIR 1.
NO. 294/1999, FATEHGUNJ POLICE STATION, VADO-
DARA. JUD. MAG. F.C. VADODARA, CASE NO. 32 85
186
Obstructing public servant in dis-
charge of public functions
341
wrongful restraint
353
Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
222 A Report by ADR
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
139 KALMADI SURESH MAHARASH-
TRA
Pune INC 64 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 500,501B,502B,34 , Other Details - CR 1.
2982,08 SDJM Nogaon Date 15-11-2008
IPC Section Description
34
Acts done by several persons in fur-
therance of common intention
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
500
defamation
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
144 RANEE NARAH ASSAM Lakhim-
pur
INC 45 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147, 353, 427, 448 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Section Description
147
rioting
353
Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
427
Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
448
house-trespass
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
145 RAVINDRA KUMAR PANDEY JHARKHAND Giridih BJP 50 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
1. IPC Sections - 143,147,174,341, , Other Details -
IPC Section Description
143
Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
147
rioting
174
Non-attendance in obedience to an
order form public servant
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
341
wrongful restraint
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
146 SUBODH KANT SAHAY JHARKHAND Ranchi INC 57 0 1 0 1
223 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 143, 188, 353, 283 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Section Description
143
Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
188
Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
283
Danger or obstruction in public way
or line of navigation
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
353
Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
147 BADRI RAM RAJASTHAN Pali INC 59 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 5/180 1.
MVACT,611/1998, but Aviated by high court
IPC Section Description
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
148 KAMAL KISHOR UTTAR
PRADESH
Bahraich INC 57 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 135 ELECTRICITY ACT 1.
IPC Section Description
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
149 OMPRAKASHYADAV BIHAR Siwan IND 43 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
1. IPC Sections - 188 , Other Details - 131 Rp ACT
IPC Section Description
188
Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
224 A Report by ADR
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
150 ANNUTANDON UTTAR
PRADESH
Unnao INC 51 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 341,342,283 , Other Details - 7 CRIMI- 1.
NAL LAW ADENDMENT ACT
IPC Section Description
283
Danger or obstruction in public way
or line of navigation
341
wrongful restraint
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
342
wrongful Confnement
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
151 ANAND PRAKASH PARANJAPE MAHARASH-
TRA
Kalyan SHS 36 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 51/2008 - Mumbai 1.
Police Act Section 37(3)135
IPC Section Description
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
152 ARUN SUBHASHCHANDRA
YADAV
MADHYA
PRADESH
Khandwa INC 36 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147,149,341 , Other Details - 1.
IPC Section Description
147
rioting
149
Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
341
wrongful restraint
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
153 NITYANANDA PRADHAN ORISSA Aska BJD 65 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 174 Railway Act 1.
IPC Section Description
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
225 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
154 AAWALE JAYWANT GANGARAM MAHARASH-
TRA
Latur INC 68 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 177(G)34 , Other Details -
IPC Section Description
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
154 AAWALE JAYWANT GANGARAM BIHAR Mad-
hepura
JD(U) 61 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 341,323,504 , Other Details -
IPC Section Description
323 voluntarily causing hurt
341 wrongful restraint
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases---- 504 Intentional insult with intent to
provoke breach of the peace
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
156 UDAY SINGH ALIAS PAPPU
SINGH
BIHAR Purnia BJP 57 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 341, 323, 353, 427, 34 , Other Details - 1.
132,133 OF R.P. ACT
IPC Section Description
34
Acts done by several persons in fur-
therance of common intention
323
voluntarily causing hurt
341
wrongful restraint
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
353
Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
427
Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
226 A Report by ADR
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
157 G V Harsha Kumar ANDHRA
PRADESH
Amalapu
ram
INC 50 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 353,224,323, r/w 341 , Other Details - 1.
Cr.No. 272/07 JFCM Rajahmundry
IPC Section Description
224
Resistance or obstruction by a per-
son to his lawful apprehension
323
voluntarily causing hurt
341
wrongful restraint
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
353
Assault or criminal force to deter
public servant from discharge of his
duty
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
158 S PAKKIRAPPA KARNATAKA Raichur BJP 51 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 143,147,148,427, 448, 504 R/W/S 149 ,
Other Details - CC No. 439/08, Police Station: Cowl Ba-
zaar, Bellary, Court JMFC,Bellary
IPC Section Description
143
Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
147
rioting
148
Rioting, armed with deadly weapon
149
Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
427
Mischief causing damage to the
amount of ffty rupees
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
448
house-trespass
504
Intentional insult with intent to pro-
voke breach of the peace
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
159 KATTI RAMESH VISHWANATH KARNATAKA Chikkodi BJP 44 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 171 F, 171 H , Other Details - JMFC 1.
Court Hukkeri, 25/06/2008, CC no. 336/2008 CRLP
no 2861/2008.
IPC Section Description
171
Wearing grab or carrying token
used by public servant with fraudu-
lent intent
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
227 Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs Lok Sabha 2009
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
160 YASHWANT SINHA JHARKHAND Hazarib-
agh
BJP 71 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
1. IPC Sections - 143, 188, 34 , Other Details -
IPC Section Description
34
Acts done by several persons in
furtherance of common intention
143
Being member of an unlawful
ssembly
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
188
Disobedience to order duly
promulgated by public servant
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
161 S.P.Y.REDDY ANDHRA
PRADESH
Nandyal INC 59 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - , Other Details - Sec 7(1) and Sec 16(1)(a)
(1) Prevention of food adulteration act 1954
IPC Section Description
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
162 BAIDYANATH PRASAD MAHTO BIHAR Valmiki
Nagar
JD(U) 51 0 1 0 1
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 188,143 , Other Details - 126 R.P.Act
IPC Section Description
143
Being member of an unlawful as-
sembly
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
188
Disobedience to order duly promul-
gated by public servant
STATE ELECTION
WATCH REPORTS
LOK SABHA-2009
Andaman &
Nicobar Islands
Lok Sabha 2009 Elections
CONTENTS
Executive Summary............................................................................................................................. 233
Voting and winning trend.................................................................................................................. 234
Comparison of Candidates ................................................................................................................ 235
Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs............................................................................... 236
233 Andaman & Nicobar Islands - Lok Sabha 2009
Lok Sabha 2009 elections in Andaman & Nicobar Islands were held on April 16th 2009 for one parliamentary
constituency. This chapter includes analysis of voting trend, criminalization and money power in these elections.
Political Parties and Candidates
In Lok Sabha 2004, 8 parties contested. This remained unchanged in the Lok Sabha 2009 elections. In Lok Sabha
2004 elections 12 candidates contested. This went up to 16 candidates in Lok Sabha 2009 elections.
Executive summary
Affidavits of all 11 candidates contesting the Lok Sabha 2009 elections were analyzed by the Andaman & Nico-
bar Islands Election Watch.
3 of these 11 candidates had pending criminal cases.
Average asset for a candidate from Andaman & Nicobar Islands was 18 lacs.
The constituency was won by Bishnu Panda Ray of BJP.
The winner, Bishnu Panda Ray from BJP had 2 pending criminal cases.
Average assets for the winner, runner up and second runner up were Rs. 35 lacs.
There was 1 female candidate from Andaman & Nicobar Islands. This candidate did not win.
Andaman & Nicobar Islands Election Watch
Lok Sabha elections 2009
234 A Report by ADR
Voting and winning trend
Party Total votes cast
for the party
% of votes cast % of total
registered
voters
Bhartiya Janta
Party(BJP)
75,211 44% 28%
Indian National
Congress(INC)
72,221 42% 27%
Others 22,671 13% 9%
Table: Per cent of votes cast
The % of votes polled by major parties
BJP managed to get 44% of the
votes cast. This was 28% of the
electorate. The total electorate in
Andaman & Nicobar Islands was
2,65,110 and the total votes cast
were 1,70,103.
Further break-up is given table
Figure: Per cent of votes cast in Andaman & Nicobar Islands- Party wise
44%
42%
13%
% of votes cast
0
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
Other INC BJP
% of votes cast
235 Andaman & Nicobar Islands - Lok Sabha 2009
Comparison of Candidates
S
No.
Name Age Gen-
der
Party
Code
Crim-
inal
Cases
No.
of
Cases
Serious
IPC
Counts
Education
Level
Total
Assets
Total
Liabilities
PAN
Given
1 Shri Bishnu
Pada Ray
(WINNER)
59 M BJP Yes 2 0 Graduate 12,41,034
12 Lacs +
0 Yes
2 Dr. Thankac
han
50 M IND No 0 0 Doctorate 11,65,000
11 Lacs +
0 Yes
3 Shri P. R.
Ganeshan
71 M RJD No 0 0 Not Given 3,29,563
3 Lacs +
0 No
4 Shri
Pradeep
Kumar Ekka
37 M JDP No 0 0 Others 4,10,000
4 Lacs +
0 Yes
5 Shri T. Ali 37 M IND No 0 0 12th Pass 4,45,957
4 Lacs +
2,96,000
2 Lacs +
Yes
6 Shri Tapan
Kumar
Bepari
52 M CPM No 0 0 Post
Graduate
39,86,000
39 Lacs +
0 Yes
7 Shri Vakiath
Valappil
Khalid
41 M IND No 0 0 8th Pass 57,000
57 Thou +
48,362
48 Thou +
Yes
8 Shri.
Kuldeep Rai
Sharma
41 M INC Yes 2 0 Others 54,09,630
54 Lacs +
10,374
10 Thou +
Yes
9 Shri. M. S.
Mohan
50 M BSP No 0 0 10th Pass 54,52,500
54 Lacs +
3,00,000
3 Lacs +
Yes
10 Shri. N. K. P.
Nair
54 M CPI
(ML)
(L)
No 0 0 10th Pass 14,88,456
14 Lacs +
62,000
62 Thou +
Yes
11 Smti. R. S.
Uma
Bharathy
44 F NCP Yes 2 0 Graduate 73,000
73 Thou +
0 No
236 A Report by ADR
S.
No.
Name State/ Dist Constit-
uency
Party Age Seri-
ous
IPC
Counts
No of
Cases
in
which
Ac-
cused
No. of
Cases
in
which
Con-
victed
Total
1 Shri Bishnu Pada Ray ANDAMAN
& NICOBAR
ISLANDS
Anda-
man &
Nicobar
Islands
BJP 59 0 2 0 2
Cases (Accused)
IPC Sections - 147,149,186,447 1. ,511 , Other
Details -
IPC Sections - , Other Details - 1597/2004 2.
IPC Section Description
147
rioting
149 Every member of unlawful assembly
guilty of ofence committed in pros-
ecution of common object
186 Obstructing public servant in dis-
charge of public functions
447 criminal trespass
511 attempting to commit ofences pun-
ishable with imprisonment for life or
other imprisonment
Cases (Convicted) -----No Cases----
Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs from
Andaman & Nicobar Islands
Andhra Pradesh
Lok Sabha 2009 Elections
CONTENTS
Executive summary for candidates& MPs....................................................................................... 239
Voting and winning trend.................................................................................................................. 241
Analysis based on pending criminal cases..................................................................................... 243
Party wise break up for candidates with pending criminal cases ............................................. 243
Party wise pending criminal cases details in LS 2004 vs LS 2009............................................. 245
Details for candidates based on pending criminal cases............................................................ 246
Pending criminal cases- analysis for MPs ....................................................................................... 247
Party wise break up for MPs with pending criminal cases.......................................................... 248
Top MPs with most serious pending criminal cases..................................................................... 249
Analysis based on assets.................................................................................................................... 250
Analysis based on assets for candidates ..................................................................................... 250
Average assets for Candidates.......................................................................................................... 251
Top 20 crorepati candidates.............................................................................................................. 252
Analysis based on assets- for MPs.................................................................................................... 253
Chances of winning based on assets............................................................................................... 254
Crorepati MPs- party wise break up ................................................................................................ 254
Average assets per MP for major parties ........................................................................................ 255
Asset comparison for candidates and MPs..................................................................................... 256
Asset position in constituency among candidates and chances of winning.......................... 256
Crorepati MPs PAN not given......................................................................................................... 257
Details of top 20 MPs based on maximum assets......................................................................... 258
Female representation in Lok Sabha 2009 elections .................................................................. 259
Full Asset and pending criminal cases details............................................................................... 260
Assets for all MPs from Andhra Pradesh in Lok Sabha 2009....................................................... 260
Full details of pending criminal cases on MPs from Andhra Pradesh....................................... 264
239 Andhra Pradesh - Lok Sabha 2009
Lok Sabha 2009 elections were held in two phases in Andhra Pradesh on April 16, 2009 and April 23rd, 2009. This report
includes the analysis of voting trend, criminalization, money power, gender etc in these elections. Information pro-
vided by ECI and details from the afdavits fled by contesting candidates have been used for above analysis.
Growth of political parties
In Lok Sabha 2004, 24 parties contested which rose to 43 in Lok Sabha 2009 elections. This refects a rise of 79 % in the
number of parties from Lok Sabha 2004 Elections to Lok Sabha 2009 Elections.
Growth in number of candidates
569 candidates contested Lok Sabha 2009 elections from Andhra Pradesh as compared to 279 candidates in Lok Sabha
2004. There was a jump of 104% in number of candidates contesting in 2009.
Executive summary for candidates and MPs
Summary for candidates
Affidavits of 534 candidates out of 569 contesting Lok Sabha 2009 elections were analyzed by ANDHRA
PRADESH ELECTION WATCH*.
Out of these 534 candidates, 60 candidates or 11% declared pending criminal cases against them. Of 42 can-
didates of INC, 10 (24%) had pending criminal cases. 3 out of 9(33%) candidates from TRS and 9 out of 31(29%)
of candidates from TDP have pending criminal cases against them.
There were 159 candidates of six main parties (INC, BJP, BSP, TRS, TDP, & AIMIM) and out of these 159 candidates
29 (18%) had pending criminal cases against them. Comparing this to Lok Sabha 2004 elections, there were
119 candidates of the same six major parties. Out of these 119 candidates 7 (6%) had pending criminal cases
against them.
There were 41 IPC charges of heinous nature on the candidates which included murder, attempt to murder,
kidnapping, extortion, etc.
Candidates from TDP and PRAP were accused of murder and attempt to murder.
There were total 9 Red Alert constituencies where 3 or more contesting candidates had pending criminal
cases. Kadapa, Nandyal and Hyderabad had 5 candidates each with pending criminal cases.
Andhra Pradesh Election Watch*
Lok Sabha elections 2009
* This report would not have been possible without the eforts of several volunteers, groups and organizations from the state. ADR
and NEW especially acknowledge with gratitude the eforts of Mr. Ajay Gandhi from Manthan Foundation, Mr. Rajendraprasad from
MV Foundation, Mr. Umesh Varma from United Forum for RTI Campaign AP, Mr. B R K Raju from National Alliance for Peoples Move-
ment AP Chapter, Mr. P S Ajay Kumar from Andhra Pradesh Vyavasaaya Vruthidarulaa Union-APVVU, Mr. Mujeeb Khan from Bhumi,
Forum for Better Vishaka, Mr. Bhujanga Rao S from SPACE Vishakapatnam, Mr. Suresh Deepala from AID India Hyd Chapter, Mr. K
Rajendra from Kadali Network Coastal AP, Mr. S V R V Prasad from ASDS, Action in Rural Technology & Service(ARTS) Srikakulam,
ADDF, Anantha Paryavarna Parirakshana Samithi (APPS) Ananthapur, Mr. D Roshan Kumar from Social Education and Economic
Development Society (SEEDS) Guntur, Mr. Bhaskar from SIRI - Society for Integration and Rural Inspirity Guntur, Mr. L Balaji from
Chetana Society-Hyderabad, Mr. Venkat Reddy from IDO (Integrated Development Organization) Nalgonda and Mr. J A Chowd-
hary from Lets Vote.
This volume is dedicated to all who were part of the Election Watch.
240 A Report by ADR
A total of 122 candidates out of 534 i.e. 23% were crorepatis.
A total of 61 candidates declared zero assets.
A total of 114 candidates declared liabilities above 5 lakhs.
Among major parties, the average asset per candidate for INC was Rs. 16 crores, for TDP was Rs 12 crores, for
TRS was Rs. 5 crores.
58% of candidates (309 of 534) had not furnished PAN card details.
Number of women candidates was just 39 (7%) as compared to 530 of men (93%).
49% candidates (264 of 534) were graduates & above.
None of the parties managed to get votes anywhere near 50%. The highest votes polled were approx 39% by
INC and about 28% of the total registered voters. TDP managed 25%of the votes. The third highest votes (11%)
went to PRAP but they did not win any seats.
Summary for MPs
Of the 10 candidates with the most serious criminal charges against them, only 2 won and the remaining 8 were
rejected by the voters.
Out of 42 MPs, 11 (26%) have pending criminal cases against them. In Lok Sabha 2004, 4 (10%) had pending criminal
cases against them.
Out of these 11 MPs with pending criminal cases, there are pending serious criminal cases against 3 MPs. Contrasting this
with Lok Sabha 2004, 1 MP had serious pending criminal cases.
The number of crorepati MPs has increased from 22 in Lok Sabha 2004 to 32 in Lok Sabha 2009.
Among major parties, the average asset per MP for TDP was Rs. 29 crores, for TRS was Rs 14 crores and for INC was
Rs. 13 crores.
Average asset for a MP from Andhra Pradesh was Rs 15.85 crores.
Out of 42 MPs, 3 had not declared their PAN details.
Out of 39 women contestants, only 5 managed to win. Hence only 7% of MPs from Andhra Pradesh in current Lok
Sabha are women.
241 Andhra Pradesh - Lok Sabha 2009
Voting and winning trend
Party Total votes cast
for the party
% of votes cast % of total
registered
voters
Indian National
Congress(INC)
1,63,77,782 39% 28%
Telugu Desam
Party(TDP)
1,04,81,348 25% 18%
Praja Rajyam
Party(PRAP)
65,90,026 16% 11%
Telangana Rash-
tra Samithi(TRS)
25,82,326 6% 4%
Bhartiya Janta
Party(BJP)
15,77,499 4% 3%
Bahujan Samaj
Party(BSP)
3,84,614 1% 1%
Others 4,053,325 10% 7%
Table: Per cent of votes cast
Figure: Per cent of votes cast in Andhra Pradesh- party wise
The % of votes polled by major parties
The % of votes polled by four major
parties clearly shows that none of
the parties got anywhere close to the
50% mark. Total voting in the state
was 73%. INC managed approx 39 %
of the votes cast and only 28% of the
registered voters. TDP managed just
25% votes cast and 18% registered
voters. The total electorate in Andhra
Pradesh was 5,78,97,187 and the
total votes cast were 4,20,46,920.
Further break-up is given table-
% of vote cast
0
5%
10%
15%
20%
25%
30%
35%
40%
Others BSP BJP TRS PRAP TDP INC
% of votes cast
39%
25%
16%
10%
6%
4%
1%
242 A Report by ADR
Candidates vs MPs
Party Total candidates MPs
INC 42 33
BJP 41 0
PRAP 40 0
BSP 40 0
TDP 31 6
TRS 9 2
AIMIM 1 1
Table: Candidates & MPs Andhra Pradesh
Fig: Candidates vs. MPs- party wise
Andhra Pradesh has 42 parliamentary constituencies. Maximum numbers of MPs (33) are from INC followed by 6 of
TDP. TRS follows with 2 MPs. The breakup of MPs as compared to total candidates from the party are-
Name of the Party
Total candidates MPs
0
10
20
30
40
50
AIMIM TRS TDP BSP PRAP BJP INC
42
33
41
40 40
31
6
0 0 0
2
1 1
9
C
o
u
n
t
s
243 Andhra Pradesh - Lok Sabha 2009
Analysis based on pending criminal cases
Table: Candidates with pending criminal cases and serious pending criminal cases- party wise break up
Party Total candidates
analysed
Candidates
with pending
criminal cases
Percent of
candidates
with pending
criminal cases
Number of
candidates with
pending serious
criminal cases
Percent of
candidates with
pending serious
criminal cases
INC 42 10 24% 2 5%
BJP 38 3 8% 1 3%
PRAP 37 5 14% 3 8%
BSP 38 3 8% 0 0%
TDP 31 9 29% 3 10%
TRS 9 3 33% 0 0%
AIMIM* 1 1 100% 1 100%
IND 203 13 6% 5 2%
Others 135 13 10% 7 5%
Total 534 60 11% 22 4%
Pending criminal cases- analysis for candidates
Total 534 afdavits were analyzed by Andhra Pradesh Election Watch for Lok Sabha 2009 elections. Out of these 534
candidates, 60 candidates or 11% declared pending criminal cases against them. Out of these 60 candidates with
pending criminal cases, 22 had pending serious criminal cases like murder, attempt to murder, kidnapping, robbery,
extortion etc.
Party wise break up for candidates with pending criminal cases
A total of 60 candidates contesting elections from Andhra Pradesh had pending criminal cases against them.
Out of 42 candidates of INC, 10 (24%) had pending criminal cases. 3 out of 9(33%) candidates from TRS and 9
out of 31(29%) of candidates from TDP had pending criminal cases against them.
*AIMIM felded only 1 candidate. This candidate had serious pending criminal cases.
244 A Report by ADR
Figure: Comparison of pending criminal cases and serious pending criminal cases for candidates of main parties
from Andhra Pradesh
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d
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s

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n
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a
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s
Party Name
Percent of candidates
with pending criminal
cases
Percent of candidates
with serious pending
criminal cases
24%
5%
8% 8%
10%
29%
33%
14%
3%
0% 0%
2%
6%
0
5%
10%
15%
20%
25%
30%
35%
IND TRS TDP BSP PRAP BJP INC
8%
245 Andhra Pradesh - Lok Sabha 2009
Party wise comparison of pending criminal cases on candidates in Lok
Sabha 2004 & Lok Sabha 2009
A comparison between 2009 & Lok Sabha 2004 elections of candidates from six major parties and with pending criminal
cases shows that for all 6 parties- INC, BJP, BSP, TDP, TRS and AIMIM the number of candidates with pending criminal
cases has increased in 2009 elections as compared to 2004 elections.
Table: Comparison Lok Sabha 2004 vs. Lok Sabha 2009
Party
Lok Sabha 2004 Lok Sabha 2009
Number of
candidates
analysed
Candidates
with pending
criminal cases
% of
candidates
with pending
criminal cases
Number of
candidates
analysed
Candidates
with
pending
criminal
cases
% of
candidates
with pending
criminal cases
INC 34 3 9% 42 10 24%
BJP 9 0 0% 38 3 8%
BSP 20 1 5% 38 3 8%
TDP 32 2 6% 31 9 29%
TRS 22 1 5% 9 3 33%
AIMIM 2 0 0% 1 1 100%
Total for
top 6
parties
119 7 6% 159 29 18%
*PRAP was formed after the Lok Sabha 2004 elections and has thus been omitted from the above table.
246 A Report by ADR
The table below list of 10 candidates with most serious pending criminal cases. Only 2 of these candidates won & rest
lost in elections.
Details for candidates based on pending criminal cases
S No Name Constitu-
ency
Party Serious
IPC
Counts
Total
Cases
Details of Serious IPC
Counts
Won/
Lost
1 ASADUDDIN
OWAISI
Hyderabad AIMIM 5 4 4 charges of promoting
enmity between diferent
groups/insulting religions.
1 charge of voluntarily
causing hurt by dangerous
weapons or means.
Won
2 ALLU
ARAVIND
Anakapalle PRAP 4 1 1 charge related to cheating.
3 charges related to forgery
Lost
3 D. A. Sriniwas Rajampet PRAP 4 1 2 charge related to murder,
2 charges of voluntarily
causing hurt by dangerous
weapons or means.
Lost
4 BUGATHA
BANGARRAO
Kakinada CPI(ML)(L) 3 7 1 charge related to murder.
2 charges related to theft
Lost
5 N KISHORE
KUMAR
REDDY
Kadapa JD(S) 3 3 1 charge of voluntarily
causing hurt by dangerous
weapons or means, 2
charges related to cheating
Lost
6 MEDA SRINI-
VAS
Rajahmundry RPC(S) 2 7 1 charge related to cheat-
ing.1 charge related to
extortion
Lost
7 M. SHIVA
KUMAR
Zahirabad PRAP 2 2 1 charge related to death by
negligence. 1 charge related
to illegal payments with
respect to elections.
Lost
8 VENUGO-
PALA REDDY
MODUGULA
Narasaraopet TDP 2 2 1 charge related to murder,
1 charge of
voluntarily causing hurt
by dangerous weapons or
means.
Won
9 K SAINATH
SARMA
Kadapa RDHP 2 2 2 charges related to
cheating
Lost
10 Y RAMESH
REDDY
Kadapa IND 2 1 1 charges related to
murder, 1 charge of
voluntarily causing hurt
by dangerous weapons or
means.
Lost
247 Andhra Pradesh - Lok Sabha 2009
Pending criminal cases- analysis for MPs
Lok
Sabha
2004
Lok
Sabha
2009
In-
crease
%
increase
MPs with pending
criminal cases
4 11 7 175%
Total Pending
criminal cases
6 20 14 233%
MPs with pending
serious criminal
cases
1 3 2 200%
Total serious IPC
sections against
MPs
1 8 7 700%
Table : Comparison Lok Sabha 2004 & 2009- MPs with
pending criminal cases
Lok Sabha
2004
Out of 42 MPs from Andhra Pradesh in Lok Sabha
2009, 11 MPs have pending criminal cases against
them. Out of these 11 MPs, there are pending seri-
ous criminal cases against 3 MPs. Contrasting this
with Lok Sabha 2004, only 1 MP had serious pend-
ing criminal cases.
Given below is a current analysis for MPs with pend-
ing criminal charges elected from Andhra Pradesh.
The presence of MPs with pending criminal cases
from Andhra Pradesh in Lok Sabha has increased
by 175%.
Lok Sabha
2009
Figure: Comparison Lok Sabha 2004 & 2009- MPs with pending criminal cases
0
5
10
15
20
4
6
11
20
1 1
3
8
MPs with
pending
criminal cases
Total pending
criminal cases
MPs with
pending serious
criminal cases
Total serious IPC
sections against MPs
248 A Report by ADR
Party wise break up for MPs with pending criminal cases
Table: MPs with pending criminal cases- party wise
Party Total can-
didates
analysed
Total MPs MPs with
pending
criminal cases
% of MPs with
pending
criminal cases
MPs with
pending
serious
criminal
cases
% of MPs with
pending
serious
criminal cases
INC 42 33 7 21% 1 3%
TDP 31 6 2 33% 1 17%
TRS 9 2 1 50% 0 0%
AIMIM 1 1 1 100% 1 100%
Out of total 11 MPs with pending criminal cases 7 are of INC, 2 of TDP and 1each of TRS and AIMIM. The comparison
between total candidates and MPs is given below.
Figure: % MPs with pending criminal cases- party wise
% of MPs with pending
criminal cases
% of MPs with pending
serious criminal cases
0
20%
40%
60%
80%
100%
AIMIM TRS TDP INC
P
e
r
c
e
n
t
a
g
e

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f

M
P
s
Party
21%
33%
17%
50%
100%
0%
3%
100%
249 Andhra Pradesh - Lok Sabha 2009
Table: List of MPs with most serious pending criminal cases
MPs with most serious pending criminal cases
S No Candidate Party Constitu-
ency
Cases
Total
Serious
IPC
Counts
Details of Serious
IPC Counts
1 Asaduddin
Owaisi
AIMIM Hyderabad 4 5 4 charges of promoting en-
mity between diferent groups/
insulting religions. 1 charge of
voluntarily causing hurt by
dangerous weapons or means.
2 VENUGO-
PALA REDDY
MODUGULA
TDP Narasaraopet 2 2 1 charge related to murder, 1
charge of voluntarily causing
hurt by dangerous weapons or
means.
3 B. JHANSI INC Vizianagaram 1 1 1 charge of furnishing false
information.
Given below is a list of the 3 MPs from Andhra Pradesh who have serious pending criminal cases against them.
250 A Report by ADR
Analysis based on assets
Analysis based on assets for candidates
Table: Crorepati candidates- party wise breakup
Figure: Crorepati candidates from major parties
Party Total candidates
analysed
Crorepati
candidates
% of crorepati
candidates
INC 42 33 79%
TDP 31 22 71%
PRAP 37 21 57%
BJP 38 15 39%
TRS 9 7 78%
IND 203 7 3%
Others 174 17 10%
Total 534 122 23%
Out of afdavits analyzed for 534 candidates who contested in Lok Sabha 2009 elections, 122 were crorepatis. 79% of
candidates of INC were crorepatis.
C
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t

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c
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n
d
i
d
a
t
e
s
Party
42
33
31
37
22 21
15
17
9
7
7
38
203
175
0
50
100
150
200
250
Others IND TRS BJP PRAP TDP INC
Total Candidates
Crorepati candidates
251 Andhra Pradesh - Lok Sabha 2009
Average assets for Candidates Party wise
Candidates of INC had average assets in excess of 16 crores and those of TDP had assets in excess of 12 crores. Detailed
list is given below.
Party Average Assets Candidates
analyzed
INC Rs 16,75,44,511 ~ 16 Cror+ 42
BJP Rs 1,75,18,096 ~ 1 Cror+ 38
PRAP Rs 7,01,53,622 ~ 7 Cror+ 37
BSP Rs 41,41,894 ~ 41 Lacs+ 38
TDP Rs 12,36,62,700 ~ 12 Cror+ 31
TRS Rs 5,08,51,817 ~ 5 Cror+ 9
AIMIM Rs 93,02,233 ~ 93 Lacs+ 1
IND Rs 20,40,895 ~ 20 Lacs+ 203
Others Rs 83,98,905 ~ 83 Lacs 136
Table: Average assets for candidates party wise
Figure : Average assets (in lakhs) for candidates party wise
0
500
1000
1500
2000
Others IND AIMIM TRS TDP BSP PRAP BJP INC
Average assets (in lakhs)
1675
1236
175
701
508
41
93
20
83
252 A Report by ADR
Top 20 crorepati candidates
Given below is the list of top 20 crorepati candidates who contested Lok Sabha 2009 elections from Andhra Pradesh. 8
out of these 20 candidates won.
Table: Top 20 Crorepati Candidates in Andhra Pradesh
S
No
Name Constitu-
ency
Party Age Movable As-
sets (Rs)
Immovable
Assets (Rs)
Total Assets
(Rs)
PAN
Given
Won/
Lost
1 NAMA NAG-
ESWARA RAO
Khammam TDP
50
1,41,28,66,278 32,46,41,855 1,73,75,08,133
173 Cror+
Y
Won
2 L RAJAGOPAL Vijayawada INC
45
96,81,52,574 25,48,12,335 1,22,29,64,909
122 Cror+
Y
Won
3 BALASHOW-
RY VALLAB-
HANENI
Narasaraopet INC
42
1,00,17,28,113 21,77,00,000 1,21,94,28,113
121 Cror+
Y
Lost
4 DR. G. VIVE-
KANAND
Peddapalle INC
51
23,99,68,026 48,95,41,656 72,95,09,682
72 Cror+
Y
Won
5 Y.S. JAGAN
MOHAN
REDDY
Kadapa INC
36
50,74,85,537 22,06,66,121 72,81,51,658
72 Cror+
Y
Won
6 D.A. SRINIVAS Rajampet PRAP
36
20,08,19,543 46,93,00,000 67,01,19,543
67 Cror+
Y
Lost
7 NAREN-
DRANATH
CHAGANLA
Medak INC
45
20,56,73,196 35,66,16,816 56,22,90,012
56 Cror+
Y
Lost
8 KASANI
GYANESH-
WAR
Chevella MANP
54
2,39,80,000 43,11,41,661 45,51,21,661
45 Cror+
N
Lost
9 ALLU
ARAVIND
Anakapalle PRAP
62
9,02,70,389 36,19,11,580 45,21,81,969
45 Cror+
Y
Lost
10 RENUKA
CHOWDHURY
Khammam INC
54
7,14,27,459 31,01,00,000 38,15,27,459
38 Cror+
Y
Lost
11 M RAJAMO-
HAN REDDY
Nellore INC
59
10,54,79,996 25,79,82,700 36,34,62,696
36 Cror+
Y
Won
12 THULLA DEV-
ENDER GOUD
Malkajgiri PRAP
56
25,44,05,461 9,78,52,500 35,22,57,961
35 Cror+
Y
Lost
13 V VAMSI MO-
HAN
Vijayawada TDP
38
34,69,721 34,15,09,000 34,49,78,721
34 Cror+
Y
Lost
14 PALEM
SRIKANTH
REDDY
Kadapa TDP
46
14,12,09,255 14,25,00,000 28,37,09,255
28 Cror+
Y
Lost
15 VIJAYA SHAN-
THI .M
Medak TRS
43
10,66,905 27,00,00,000 27,10,66,905
27 Cror+
Y
Won
16 A.P.
JITHENDER
REDDY
Chevella TDP
54
18,68,583 26,58,00,000 26,76,68,583
26 Cror+
Y
Lost
17 RAMAKRISH-
NA BADIGA
Machilipat-
nam
INC
66
5,46,42,000 17,04,05,000 22,50,47,000
22 Cror+
Y
Lost
18 D. PURAN-
DARESHWARI
Visakhapat-
nam
INC
49
10,34,31,261 9,92,08,000 20,26,39,261
20 Cror+
Y
Won
253 Andhra Pradesh - Lok Sabha 2009
Analysis based on assets- for MPs
Out of 42 MPs from Andhra Pradesh in Lok Sabha 2009, 32 are crorepatis as compared to 22 crorepatis in 2004. There has
been an increase of 45% in number of crorepati MPs from Lok Sabha 2004. The average asset of a MP in Lok Sabha 2004
was Rs 511 lakhs which rose to Rs 1585 lakhs in 2009. Between 2004 & 2009 there has been an average asset increase
of 210% for MPs.
Table : Comparison Lok Sabha 2004 and Lok Sabha 2009 based on assets
Figure: Comparison Lok Sabha 2004 and Lok Sabha 2009 based on assets
In Lok Sabha
2004
In Lok Sabha
2009
Increase % Increase
Number of crorepatis 22 32 10 45%
Average Asset of a MP (Rs
in lakhs)
511 1585 1074 210%
S
No
Name Constitu-
ency
Party Age Movable As-
sets (Rs)
Immovable
Assets (Rs)
Total Assets
(Rs)
PAN
Given
Won/
Lost
19 KOMATIRED-
DY RAJ GO-
PAL REDDY
Bhongir INC
41
4,09,60,373 15,38,03,244 19,47,63,617
19 Cror+
Y
Won
20 P. VINAY KU-
MAR
Nizamabad PRAP
51
10,02,08,377 8,30,00,001 18,32,08,378
18 Cror+
Y
Lost
0
500
1000
1500
2000
Lok Sabha 2004
Lok Sabha 2009
22 32
511
1585
Number of crorepati
MPs
Average asset of a
MPs (in lakhs)
254 A Report by ADR
Chances of winning based on assets
Crorepati MPs- Party wise (break up)
As can be seen from the table, the higher the assets the more are the chances of winning of a candidate. In the Lok
Sabha 2009 elections, 31% of the candidates who declared assets more than 5 crore and above won. On the other hand
none of the candidates with assets less than 10 lakh won. The election results seemed to be highly infuenced by the
money power of the candidates.
82% of INC and 100% of TRS MPs are crorepatis. 78% of all MPs from Andhra Pradesh are crorepatis.
Value of assets No of candidates
analysed
No of MPs % of MPs
Very high (5 cr and above) 54 17 31%
High (50 lakhs to 5 cr) 112 21 19%
Medium (50 lakhs to 10
lakhs)
105 4 4%
Low (less than 10 lakhs) 263 0 0%
Table: Chances of winning based on assets
Table: Crorepati MPs- party wise break up
Party Total
Candidates
analysed
Total crorepati
candidates
Total MPs Total crorepati
MPs
% of crorepati
MPs
INC 42 33 33 27 82%
TDP 31 22 6 3 50%
TRS 9 7 2 2 100%
Total of Top 3
Parties
82 62 41 32 78%
255 Andhra Pradesh - Lok Sabha 2009
Figure: Comparison average assets for candidates & MPs in Lok Sabha 2009
Average asset for a MP from TDP is Rs 29 crores, for TRS Rs 14 crores, for INC Rs 13 crores.
Table: Average assets for MPs
Party No of
candidates
analysed
Average assets for
candidates
No of MPs Average
assets for MPs
INC 42 Rs 16,75,44,511 ~ 16
Cror+
33 Rs 13,81,28,221 ~ 13
Cror+
TDP 31 Rs 12,36,62,700 ~ 12
Cror+
6 Rs 29,97,91,540 ~ 29
Cror+
TRS 9 Rs 5,08,51,817 ~ 5 Cror+ 2 Rs 14,68,68,163 ~ 14
Cror+
Average assets per MP for major parties
0
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256 A Report by ADR
Asset comparison for candidates and MPs
Asset position in constituency among candidates and chances of winning
Given below are average asset details for MPs, runner ups and all contestants. It is very evident from these fgures that
more assets directly translate into greater chances of winning.
MP (position 1) Runner up (po-
sition 2)
position 3 all candidates
average assets
(Rs in lakhs)
1585 1070 728 304
Position in constituency
based on assets
Total MPs % of MPs
1 19 45%
2 8 19%
3 7 17%
4 4 10%
5 1 2%
6 1 2%
7 1 2%
8 1 2%
Grand Total 42 100%
Table: Asset comparison for MPs, runner ups and all candidates for Lok Sabha 2009
Table: Position in constituency based on assets and MPs
The following table gives an analysis of asset position in constituency among candidates (highest asset to lowest as-
set) and their chances of winning. From 19 or 45% constituencies, candidates with highest declared assets according
to their own self sworn afdavits emerged as MPs. From 19% constituencies candidates with second highest declared
assets won. The number of MPs kept decreasing according to their position based on assets in the constituency as per
their self declared afdavits.
This trend clearly shows how greater assets directly translate into greater chances of winning.
257 Andhra Pradesh - Lok Sabha 2009
Figure: Asset position in constituency among candidates and MPs
Table: Crorepati MPs PAN not given
0
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10
15
20
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Sl Name Constituency Party Movable As-
sets (Rs)
Immovable
Assets (Rs)
Total Assets
(Rs)
PAN
Given
1 MAGUNTA
SRINIVASULU
REDDY
Ongole INC 8,21,09,672 1,87,41,000 10,08,50,672
10 Cror+
N
2 DR. MANDA
JAGANNATH
Nagarkurnool INC 29,26,000 2,52,00,000 2,81,26,000 2
Cror+
N
3 PANABAKA
LAKSHMI
Bapatla INC 96,35,386 77,51,680 1,73,87,066 1
Cror+
N
Crorepati MPs PAN not given
3 crorepati MPs from Andhra Pradesh have not declared their PAN details even though their declarations are part of the
afdavit. Their names are given below-
258 A Report by ADR
Details of top 20 MPs based on maximum assets
The table given below is a list of MPs with top 20 highest assets.
Sl Name Constituency Party Age Movable As-
sets (Rs)
Immovable
Assets (Rs)
Total Assets
(Rs)
PAN
Given
1 NAMA NAG-
ESWARA RAO
Khammam TDP 50 1,41,28,66,278 32,46,41,855 1,73,75,08,133
173 Cror+
Y
2 L RAJAGOPAL Vijayawada INC 45 96,81,52,574 25,48,12,335 1,22,29,64,909
122 Cror+
Y
3 DR. G.
VIVEKANAND
Peddapalle INC 51 23,99,68,026 48,95,41,656 72,95,09,682
72 Cror+
Y
4 Y.S. JAGAN MO-
HAN REDDY
Kadapa INC 36 50,74,85,537 22,06,66,121 72,81,51,658
72 Cror+
Y
5 M RAJAMOHAN
REDDY
Nellore INC 59 10,54,79,996 25,79,82,700 36,34,62,696
36 Cror+
Y
6 VIJAYA SHANTHI
.M
Medak TRS 43 10,66,905 27,00,00,000 27,10,66,905
27 Cror+
Y
7 D. PURAN-
DARESHWARI
Visakhapatnam INC 49 10,34,31,261 9,92,08,000 20,26,39,261
20 Cror+
Y
8 KOMATIREDDY
RAJ GOPAL
REDDY
Bhongir INC 41 4,09,60,373 15,38,03,244 19,47,63,617
19 Cror+
Y
9 SAMBASIVA RAO
RAYAPATI
Guntur INC 65 8,08,33,582 6,63,10,000 14,71,43,582
14 Cror+
Y
10 KAVURI SAMBA-
SIVA RAO
Eluru INC 66 10,40,24,111 1,87,09,000 12,27,33,111
12 Cror+
Y
11 MADHU YASKHI
GOUD
Nizamabad INC 50 5,60,61,792 6,30,46,546 11,91,08,338
11 Cror+
Y
12 MAGUNTA SRINI-
VASULU REDDY
Ongole INC 55 8,21,09,672 1,87,41,000 10,08,50,672
10 Cror+
N
13 S.P.Y.REDDY Nandyal INC 59 6,95,21,000 2,33,50,000 9,28,71,000
9 Cror+
Y
14 SABBAM HARI Anakapalle INC 55 20,32,286 8,30,00,000 8,50,32,286
8 Cror+
Y
15 M M PALLAM-
RAJU
Kakinada INC 46 1,37,33,882 5,18,56,000 6,55,89,882
6 Cror+
Y
16 SUDINI JAIPAL
REDDY
Chevella INC 67 12,00,333 5,49,50,000 5,61,50,333
5 Cror+
Y
17 KOTLA JAYA
SURYA PRAKASH
REDDY
Kurnool INC 57 1,44,19,195 3,93,00,000 5,37,19,195
5 Cror+
Y
18 V. KISHORE
CHANDRA DEO
Araku INC 62 2,04,00,000 1,70,10,000 3,74,10,000
3 Cror+
Y
19 BAPIRAJU KANU-
MURU
Narsapuram INC 61 65,77,013 2,39,97,000 3,05,74,013
3 Cror+
Y
20 DR. MANDA
JAGANNATH
Nagarkurnool INC 57 29,26,000 2,52,00,000 2,81,26,000
2 Cror+
N
259 Andhra Pradesh - Lok Sabha 2009
Female representation in Lok Sabha 2009 elections
Out of 569 contestants, only 39 or 7% women contested Lok Sabha elections from Andhra Pradesh. Out of these 39
only 5 emerged as MPs. The party wise break up for female candidates and MPs vis a vis male candidates and MPs is as
below-
INC BJP TDP TRS IND Other
parties
Total
Women
Candidates 5 2 2 1 10 19 39
MPs 4 0 0 1 0 0 5
% Women
candidates
12% 5% 6% 11% 4% 9% 7%
% Women MPs 12% 0% 0% 50% 0% 0% 12%
Men
Candidates 37 39 29 8 213 204 530
MPs 29 0 6 1 0 1 37
% Men candidates 88% 95% 94% 89% 96% 91% 93%
% Men MPs 88% 0% 100% 50% 0% 100% 88%
Total
Candidates 42 41 31 9 223 223 569
MPs 33 0 6 2 0 1 42
Fig: Candidate distribution based on gender analysis
Women
Candidates
Men
Candidates
Table: Party wise female representation analysis
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