The Septa: 7 candidates with lowest net worth in phase 5 elections

Here are the seven poorest election candidates from Phase 5 of the Lok Sabha elections:

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The Septa: On Monday, May 20, the fifth phase of the Lok Sabha elections in 2024 will take place across eight states and union territories, encompassing 49 constituencies, among them Amethi and Rae Bareli. The states participating in Phase 5 of the Lok Sabha elections include Bihar, Jharkhand, Maharashtra, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh, and West Bengal, in addition to the union territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. These are the seven candidates with the lowest income levels contesting in Phase 5 of the Lok Sabha elections:

Katta Anand Babu: Independent Candidate from Bapatla

Katta Anand Babu, an independent candidate from Andhra Pradesh, participated in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, representing the Bapatla constituency. The elections in this region were scheduled for May 13, 2024. At 32 years old, Anand Babu had achieved a postgraduate level of education and had no criminal cases registered against him. Financial disclosures revealed that his total assets were valued at Rs 7, which comprised solely of movable assets, with no immovable property. He had liabilities amounting to Rs 2.5 lakh. Professionally, Anand Babu was engaged in social work.

Santosh Ubale: Bhim Sena Candidate for Maval

Santosh Ubale ran for the Maval parliamentary seat in Maharashtra under the banner of Bhim Sena in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. The elections in Maharashtra were also set for May 13, 2024. Ubale, 42, had an education level of 8th grade. His financial declarations showed total assets worth Rs 83, all of which were movable, with no immovable assets or liabilities. He had no criminal records against him. Professionally, Ubale worked as both a cab and rickshaw driver.

Bhor Vikas Rohidas: Independent Candidate from Shirur

Bhor Vikas Rohidas contested the 2024 Lok Sabha elections from the Shirur constituency in Maharashtra as an independent candidate. The election date in this region was May 13, 2024. Aged 39, Rohidas was a graduate and had one criminal case against him. His total assets were valued at Rs 90, all in movable form, with no immovable assets and no liabilities. Professionally, Rohidas was a farmer.

Jalamsing Sutum Pawar: Independent Candidate from Nandurbar

Jalamsing Sutum Pawar participated as an independent candidate in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, representing the Nandurbar constituency in Maharashtra. The elections took place on May 13, 2024. Pawar, 53, had completed education up to the 10th grade and had no criminal records. His total assets were worth Rs 500, all movable, with no immovable assets or liabilities. He did not list any professional occupation.

Shesherao Chokhoba Veer: Prabuddha Republican Party Candidate from Beed

Shesherao Chokhoba Veer ran in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections as a candidate from the Prabuddha Republican Party, representing the Beed constituency in Maharashtra. The elections in this area were scheduled for May 13, 2024. At 59 years old, Veer was a graduate with no criminal cases against him. His total assets were valued at Rs 500, entirely in movable assets, with no immovable property or liabilities. Professionally, Veer worked as a labourer.

Vijayalaxmi Shrikant Sindagi: Rashtriya Maratha Party Candidate from Pune

Vijayalaxmi Shrikant Sindagi contested the 2024 Lok Sabha elections as a candidate from the Rashtriya Maratha Party, representing the Pune constituency in Maharashtra. The election date was May 13, 2024. Sindagi, aged 61, was a graduate with no criminal cases against her. Her total assets were valued at Rs 1000, all in movable form, and she had liabilities amounting to Rs 4 lakh. Professionally, Sindagi identified herself as a housewife.

Kandi Chandu: Rashtriya Manav Party Candidate from Peddapalle

Kandi Chandu represented the Rashtriya Manav Party in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, contesting from the Peddapalle constituency in Telangana. The elections in this region were also held on May 13, 2024. Chandu, 45, had completed his education up to the 10th grade and had no criminal records. His total assets were valued at Rs 1000, all movable, with no immovable property and no liabilities. Professionally, Chandu worked as an auto driver.