Bharat Times
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According to the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR), the total assets of 7 national and 44 regional political parties have been recorded at Rs 6,988.57 crore and Rs 2,129.38 crore, respectively, during the financial year 2019-2020. This information has come out from an analysis by the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR).

Only BJP holds 69.37% of the total assets of national parties
Among the national parties, the maximum assets are said to belong to the BJP. BJP ranks first with assets worth Rs 4,847.78 crore. Which is 69.37% of the total. It was followed by Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), which declared assets worth Rs 698.33 crore (9.99%) and Indian National Congress (INC) declared assets of Rs 588.16 crore (8.42%), according to the ADR.

Out of 44 regional political parties, the top 10 political parties declared assets worth Rs 2,028.715 crore or 95.27% of the total assets declared by all regional parties for the financial year 2019-20.

Who is the richest among the regional parties?
The Samajwadi Party (SP) declared the maximum assets at Rs 563.47 crore (26.46%), followed by Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) at Rs 301.47 crore and All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIDMK) with assets worth Rs 267.61 crore. has been declared.

Now let’s talk about Fixed Deposit (FDR)
Among the national parties, BJP declared the highest assets under FDR at Rs 3,253.00 crore and BSP at Rs 618.86 crore. Whereas Congress has mentioned Rs 240.90 crore for the financial year 2019-20 under FDR.

The regional parties include SP (Rs 434.219 crore), TRS (Rs 256.01 crore), AIADMK (Rs 246.90 crore), DMK (Rs 162.425 crore), Shiv Sena (Rs 148.46 crore) and Biju Janata Dal i.e. BJD (Rs 118.425 crore) of FDR. declared maximum assets under

The total liabilities declared by 7 national and 44 regional political parties for the same period stood at Rs.134.93 crore. National political parties declared total liabilities of Rs 74.27 crore, while regional political parties declared total liabilities of Rs 60.66 crore.

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