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Dushyant Chautala, wife’s diamond collection goes up 15 times in five years

Dushyant Chautala, wife’s diamond collection goes up 15 times in five years
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Deepender Deswal
Tribune News Service
Hisar, April 21

Sitting MP and JJP candidate Dushyant Chautala and his wife Meghna seem to have a fascination for gold and precious stone jewellery as their diamond and precious stones’ collection has gone up by 14.8 times in five years.

His gold jewellery collection too has gone up 10 times compared to 2014 when he owned 250 gram gold jewellery.

Now, he owns 2,500 gram jewellery worth Rs 77,25,000.

His gross movable assets have gone up from Rs 94,526,989 in 2014 to Rs 151,897,804 in 2019. The details have been mentioned in the affidavit submitted by Dushyant while filing his nomination papers yesterday.

Dushyant got married to Meghna in April 2017. His spouse too has declared movable assets worth Rs 22,624,929, which include 3,100 gram gold jewellery worth Rs 9,579,000 and diamond and other stones worth Rs 7,850,000.

Compared to immovable property of Rs 266,800,000 in 2014, Dushyant owns immovable assets worth Rs 320,200,000 now.

Significantly, Dushyant has taken unsecured loans worth Rs 53,684,480 from his parents Ajay and Naina Chautala, his cousins Arjun Chautala and Karan Chautala (both sons of Abhay Chautala) and other firms and individuals. These unsecured loan include Rs 1,700,000 from Arjun Chautala and Rs 500,000 from Karan Chautala, besides Rs 14,131,000 from his father Ajay Chautala, Rs 3,409,020 from mother Naina Chautala and Rs 9,919,460 from Ajay Chautala under Hindu Undivided Account (HUF).

Dushyant completed his Masters in Mass Communication from Guru Jambeshwar University of Science and Technology, Hisar, this year.

 

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