Disclosure from ADR report: All the ministers of Uttarakhand are clean, know, which is the state with the least assets of the ministers?
An important achievement has been registered with the ministers of Uttarakhand government. All the nine members of the Uttarakhand Council of Ministers are crorepatis and none of them have any criminal cases against them. The Association for Democratic Reform (ADR) has mentioned this in its recently released report. The basis of this report has been made on the affidavits submitted by the ministers during the elections.
There are only five states where no cases have been registered against the posted ministers
ADR prepares a report every year by conducting a survey on political parties and leaders. This time ADR has analyzed the present Council of Ministers in India’s 28 State Assemblies and two Union Territories. Of the 558 ministers included in the analysis, 239, or 43 per cent, have criminal cases. There are only five states where no cases are registered against the posted ministers. Apart from Uttarakhand, these include ministers from Arunachal Pradesh, Haryana, Manipur and Meghalaya.
Uttarakhand is among the 11 states whose all ministers are crorepatis
However, Uttarakhand is among the 11 states whose ministers are all crorepatis. These states include Arunachal Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Goa, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Manipur, Telangana and Union Territory of Puducherry.
Tripura is the state with the least wealth
The state with the least assets of ministers is Tripura. Out of 11 ministers here, only five are crorepatis. That means only 45 percent ministers are crorepatis. The average assets of the ministers here are 2.67 crores.
Maximum eight women ministers in the Council of Ministers in Bengal
In terms of representation of women, Uttarakhand has one woman minister which is 11 percent of the total ministers. Bengal has the maximum eight women ministers in the Council of Ministers. At the same time, there are eight states where women have not been given a place in the Council of Ministers.