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Mr.Khimji Patadia,a college drop out,
and a Mumbai based business man, has declared an asset of Rs.514 crores while filing his nomination as an independent candidate from Surrendranagar constituency.Perhaps he is the richest candidate in the fray.

Asked by radhakrishnan, 10 Apr '09 10:27 am
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In which Bank?
Answered by AANEWS AGENCY, 10 Apr '09 10:48 am

 
  
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He seems to be quite honest infact. this sum is nothing compared to the undeclared assets of politicians. another funny thing that i saw in these so called declarations many politicians (Not naming any) dont seem to have a vehicle of their own. that is because for them just about everything is free anyway. i wont be surprised even if a politician says that he/she doesn\'t have any footwear of their own.
Answered by dhananjay dinkar desai, 10 Apr '09 10:45 am

 
  
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Sharad Pawar owns more than 5140 Crores Ten times bigger but Pawar is hiding
Answered by Dinu Rao, 10 Apr '09 10:32 am

 
  
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No. sab chupat hai
Answered by GoodBoy, 10 Apr '09 10:30 am

 
  
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Yes that\'swhat I read
So education nd money has no relevance it seems-May be if Ambanis.Firodia Wadias Tatas contest they may declare much more assets
Answered by srini, 10 Apr '09 10:29 am

 
  
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