In a recent survey that was conducted by Association it's Democratic Reforms (ADR) to trace out the assets and criminal cases of the legislators in the 29 states and Union Territories, Andhra Pradesh's Minister of Municipal Administration P Narayana (Rs. 496 crores) has been declared the richest millionaire legislator in India.
Out of the 620 Indian legislators, the ADR conducted its survey on 609 legislators. While the average of Indian legislators' assets is Rs. 8.59 crores, the AP ministers topped the average of assets with an aggregate of Rs. 45.49 crores. AP was followed by Karnataka and Arunachal Pradesh, while Tripura stood at the bottom with Rs. 31.67 lakhs.
Telangana ministers secured third position in the list of ministers with highest number of criminal cases. A total of 210 ministers have criminal cases pending on them with 210 ministers facing charges of murder and kidnap.
With 18 of its ministers finding their names on the list, Maharashtra topped the ministers with criminal charges lost, while Bihar (11) occupied the second spot and Telangana (9) and Jharkhandh (9) stood in 3rd and 4th spots.