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https://irshivideos.com/criminal-cases-against-75-percent-of-sindhs-ministers-disclosure-of-information-from-2019-affidavit-iv-news/
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Date: 
13.08.2022
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Mumbai

Criminal cases have been filed against 15 to 20 ministers in the cabinet headed by Chief Minister Eknath Shinde. This information was presented by the minister himself in 2019
given in the affidavit. Therefore, it is clear that criminal cases have been filed against 75 percent of the ministers in the cabinet.
20 people including Chief Minister Eknath Shinde are included in the cabinet. 18 Ministers were recently sworn in. After the cabinet expansion, the Association for Democratic Reforms and Maharashtra Election Watch saw the affidavits of all the ministers. Which he submitted to the Commission in 2019. A scrutiny of the affidavits found that 15 ministers (75 per cent) said they had criminal cases against them, while 13 (65 per cent) said they had serious criminal cases.
Interestingly, all the ministers are millionaires. Their average assets are Rs 47.45 crore. Mangal Prabhat Lodha is the richest minister in the cabinet with assets of Rs 441.65 crore while the minister elected from Paithan with the lowest assets is Sandeeprao Asaram Bhamure who owns Rs 2.92 crore. There is no woman minister in the cabinet.
Eight ministers (40 per cent) have given details of their education. He has studied from 10th to 12th standard. While 11 ministers (55 percent) said their education was graduation or post-graduation. A minister said he had studied up to a diploma. Four ministers are in the age group of 41 to 50 years and the remaining ministers are in the age group of 51 to 70 years.
Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis were the first to take oath. Then on August 9, the cabinet was expanded. 18 people took oath in it. Out of the 18, 9 ministers each belong to the Shinde group and the BJP.
Eknath Shinde and 39 rebel MLAs rebelled against the Shiv Sena in June. After that, the Mahavikas Aghadi government collapsed after Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray resigned.

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