Ten millionares in Mamtaa Banerjee's ministry in West Bengal


Chief minister of west Bengal miss Mamtaa Banerjee use Rs.60/- rubber chappal and go Kolkata to Delhi or Mumbai and use Muri(frying rice) in break fast then it is not expect that all of her ministers do this. Out of 38 minister of Trinamool congress and Congress coalition government it is observed that 10 candidate has more that Rs. 1 crore assets.It has no doubt than it makes contrast with the chief ministers hut in south Kolkata.

Introduction of new ministers assets in West Bengal


Chief minister of west Bengal miss Mamtaa Banerjee use Rs.60/- rubber chappal and go Kolkata to Delhi or Mumbai and use Muri(frying rice) in break fast then it is not expect that all of her ministers do this.At the time of affidavit in election as a candidate the assets declared by her ministers is really amazing. Out of 38 minister of Trinamool congress and Congress coalition government it is observed that 10 candidate has more than Rs. 1 crore assets. Animal development minister Nure Alam's is professionally a retired justice and he is the top in respect of wealth.

Ministers and their assets In Mamata banerjee cabinet in West Bengal


Ministers name-Fixed asstes-wifes & own Annual income
1) Nure Alam Choudhury - 9 crore+ - 30 lakhs+

2) Amit Kumar Mitra - 8 crore+ - 49 lakhs+

3) Haider Ajif Safi - 5 crore+ - 15 lakhs+

4)Manish Gupta - 3 crore+ - 40 lakhs+

5) Firdas Hakim - 3 crore+ - 36 lakhs+

6) Sadhan Pandey - 2 crore+ - 6 lakhs+

Besides this more than 1 crore ministers are Sukumar Hasda, Arup ray, Madan Mitra and all the above are from Trinamool Congress and one minister Dr. Manas Bhuia from Congress also has more than one crore wealth.
Out of 294 MLA in west Bengal assembly there are 47 candidates in total who have more than 1 crore. Most richest winning MLA is Swapan Kanti Ghosh who has more than 12 crore rupees as wealth. It has no doubt that it makes contrast with the chief ministers hut in south Kolkata who has only 4 lakhs+ total assets (declared as on 2009 parliamentary election).


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