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Aaditya Thackeray’s BMW is worth ₹6.5 lakh, says his poll affidavit

Shiv Sena leader Aaditya Thackeray files nomination from Worli

October 03, 2019 02:20 pm | Updated December 03, 2021 07:12 am IST

Shiv Sena leader and party's candidate for Worli Aditya Thackeray before filing his nomination papers.

Shiv Sena leader and party's candidate for Worli Aditya Thackeray before filing his nomination papers.

Shiv Sena leader Aaditya Thackeray on Thursday filed his nomination from Worli constituency for the coming Maharashtra Assembly election. He has declared movable assets worth ₹11.38 crore and immovable assets worth ₹4.67 crore.

Mr. Thackeray declared his intention to contest from Worli on September 30, thus becoming the first Thackeray to ever contest any election.

On Thursday, Mr. Thackeray held a road show from Sena office in Lower Parel to the election commission’s local office in Worli Naka. The procession was marked by traditional drum beats, a band playing and sloganeering.

 

Mr. Thackeray has declared movable assets worth ₹11.38 crore, including cash, bank deposits, investment in bonds, jewellery and others assets, apart from a BMW car valued at ₹6.5 lakh.

Among immovable assets, he has declared five plots of land in Bilawle, Taluka Khalapur, Raigad district, two shops in Thane, self-acquired property and inherited assets. Together, his immovable property is worth ₹4.67 crore. Mr. Thackeray has declared his occupation as ‘business’ and his total income as per last income tax return is ₹26.3 lakh. He has listed interest, rent, share of profit from firm, dividend as his sources of income.

Mr. Thackeray was accompanied by his father Uddhav, mother Rashmi, brother Tejas, senior Shiv Sena leaders and BJP leader Mangal Prabhat Lodha.

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