Oommen Chandy, a senior Congress leader and former premier, is more likely than opposition leader Ramesh Sennithala, Chief Minister of Kerala The affidavit submitted during the nomination revealed that the property value of Binarayi Vijayan was low.
Elections to the 140 Assembly constituencies in the state of Kerala will be held on April 6 in a single phase. Among them are Chief Minister Binarayi Vijayan in Dharmadam constituency and Opposition Leader Ramesh Sennithala in Haripad constituency, while former Chief Minister Oman Sandy They are also contesting in the New School constituency. The three leaders have also filed nominations for this.
Of this, Binarayi Vijayan, who is contesting from Dharmadam constituency in Kannur district, has immovable assets worth Rs 51.95 lakh. This includes a house with two flats. SBI Bank in Thalassery has Rs 78,048 in cash, Rs 10 lakh worth of shares in Malayalam Communication Limited and Rs 2.04 lakh worth of movable assets including Rs 1 lakh worth of shares in KIAL. The annual income for the year 2020-21 is Rs. 2,87,860, said Binarayi Vijayan.
Binarayi Vijayan’s wife Kamala has Rs 5,47,803 in bank and assets of Rs 35 lakh. Binarayi Vijayan has two cases pending against him. One is in the CBI court and the other is in the Supreme Court.
Opposition leader Ramesh Sennithala is contesting from Haripad constituency in Alappuzha district. Sennithala has assets worth Rs 1.23 crore, including immovable assets worth Rs 76,20,620.
Sennithala has movable assets worth Rs 47,26,091 including a car, LIC policy, investments, shares and securities.
Sennithala’s wife Anita Ramesh has movable assets worth Rs 2,20,77,033 including Rs 1,61,07,033.
Former Chief Minister of Kerala Oman Sandy He is contesting from Puthuppally constituency of Kottayam district. Oommen Chandy has assets worth Rs 3.41 crore, including movable assets worth Rs 2.99 lakh.
Oommen Chandy has 4 cases pending against her and a debt of Rs 25.26,682.