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Uttar Pradesh 2017

Election Summary

Total number of constituencies analyzed 403
Total candidates analyzed by NEW 4806
Candidates with declared criminal cases 875(18%)
Candidates with declared serious criminal cases 716(15%)
Crorepati candidates 1444(30%)
Candidates who are graduate or above 2288 (48%)
Candidates who have not declared PAN 1204 (25%)
Total women candidates 454 (9%)
Total candidates who have filed ITR 2029 (42%)
Total winners analyzed by NEW 403
Winners with declared criminal cases 146 (36%)
Winners with declared serious criminal cases 110 (27%)
Crorepati winners 324 (80%)
Winners who are graduate or above 290 (72%)
Winners who have not declared PAN 4 (1%)
Total women winners 41 (10%)
Total winners who have filed ITR 348 (86%)

List of Candidates - BITHARI CHAINPUR:BAREILLY (Comparison Chart of Party Candidates)

SNo CandidateParty Criminal Cases Education Age Total Assets Liabilities
6 Rajesh Kumar Mishra   Winner BJP 4 8th Pass47 Rs 18,95,58,870
~ 18 Crore+
Rs 9,26,730
~ 9 Lacs+
1 Bhuvneshwar Singh Ittehad-E-Millait Council 0 Graduate42 Rs 95,46,569
~ 95 Lacs+
Rs 27,343
~ 27 Thou+
2 Dharmendra Singh IND 0 Graduate Professional43 Rs 9,62,200
~ 9 Lacs+
Rs 0
3 Hasrat Ali Peace Party 0 10th Pass44 Rs 29,15,033
~ 29 Lacs+
Rs 0
4 Mohd Hasan Bhartiya Imaandar Party 0 12th Pass32 Rs 22,35,000
~ 22 Lacs+
Rs 0
5 Mohd Shareef RLD 0 8th Pass46
7 Ritik Lokpriya Samaj Party 0 10th Pass34 Rs 62,22,054
~ 62 Lacs+
Rs 0
8 Seema Srivastava Bharat Kalyan Party 0 Post Graduate34 Rs 1,63,552
~ 1 Lacs+
Rs 0
10 Virendra Singh BSP 3 Post Graduate57

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