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Uttarakhand 2022

Election Summary

Total number of constituencies analyzed 70
Total candidates analyzed by NEW 626
Candidates with declared criminal cases 107(17%)
Candidates with declared serious criminal cases 61(10%)
Crorepati candidates 252(40%)
Candidates who are graduate or above 344 (55%)
Candidates who have not declared PAN 23 (4%)
Total women candidates 62 (10%)
Total winners analyzed by NEW 70
Winners with declared criminal cases 19 (27%)
Winners with declared serious criminal cases 10 (14%)
Crorepati winners 58 (83%)
Winners who are graduate or above 48 (69%)
Winners who have not declared PAN 0 (0%)
Total women winners 8 (11%)

Winners with declared serious criminal cases

Sno Candidate Constituency Party Criminal Case Education Total Assets∇ Liabilities
1Umesh KumarKHANPUR IND 14 Graduate Professional Rs 54,89,16,580
~ 54 Crore+
Rs 2,87,13,698
~ 2 Crore+
2Yashpal AryaBAJPUR (SC) INC 1 Graduate Rs 10,97,64,115
~ 10 Crore+
Rs 0
3Shiv AroraRUDRAPUR BJP 1 Graduate Rs 10,89,92,600
~ 10 Crore+
Rs 48,38,013
~ 48 Lacs+
4Sumit HridayeshHALDWANI INC 6 Graduate Rs 10,84,97,086
~ 10 Crore+
Rs 26,47,583
~ 26 Lacs+
5Harish Singh DhamiDHARCHULA INC 1 12th Pass
6Adesh Singh ChauhanJASPUR INC 1 Graduate Rs 3,93,11,664
~ 3 Crore+
Rs 32,75,976
~ 32 Lacs+
7Mahesh JeenaSALT BJP 2 Graduate Rs 3,32,57,573
~ 3 Crore+
Rs 0
8Arvind PandeyGADARPUR BJP 2 Graduate Rs 1,85,68,223
~ 1 Crore+
Rs 0
10Durgeshwar LalPUROLA (SC) BJP 1 12th Pass


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