Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Monday (May 11) filed nomination for the Legislative Council election and declared in his affidavit that he and his family have assets worth Rs 143.26 crore, including movable and immovable property, but he does not own a car.
Notably, the Shiv Sena chief is contesting his first election ever. In 2019, Uddhav's elder son Aaditya became the first member of the Thackeray family to contest an election when he was contested the Maharashtra Assembly election from Worli.
In his maiden election affidavit submitted before the Election Commission, Uddhav has provided details of his salary, interest, dividend and capital gain as his sources of income. The Shiv Sena supremo also declared liabilities of Rs 15.50 crore, including loans worth Rs 4.06 crore.
Uddhav listed all his financial assets and gave details of the sources of income of his family members. He also declared that his wife Rashmi Thackeray, who is also editor of Shiv Sena party mouthpiece 'Saamana', is earning her income from various businesses.
Accotrding to Uddhav's affidavit, Rashmi has also declared interest, rent, share of profit from firm, dividend and capital gain as her income sources. She also has loan worth Rs 11.44 crore.
The affidavit shows that the Thackeray family has movable assets of Rs 61,89,57,443 and Rs 81,37,17,320 worth of immovable assets and the liabilities stood at Rs 15,50,36,733.
The affidavit lists Uddhav's personal assets as Rs 76.59 crore, out of which Rs 52.44 crore are immovable and Rs 24.14 crore movable.