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AAP's Yogendra Yadav file for nomination in Gurgaon and declares assets
Exciting times are ahead of us as the Lok Sabha elections are almost knocking on our doors. Who will contest from which seat is the biggest question at this hour. Gurgaon, too has its own set of dramatics going on, what with friends turning foe and contesting against each other. Yogendra Yadav, AAP candidate from Gurgaon is far away from these antics and has already filed his nomination on Thursday and declared his assets.

Worth of 3 crore rupees, his assets consist of farm land, commercial booth and sizable amount of bank deposits and Provident Funds (PF). In his statement, he declared that he has movable and immovable assets on his and his wife's name. As was reported by, his movable and immovable assets is worth Rs 81.43 lakh and Rs 1.32 crore respectively, his wife has movable assets of Rs 43.43 lakh and immovable assets of Rs 40 lakh.

Also, the AAP leader has just 2000 rupees as cash-in-hand while his wife has Rs 68,800 including Euros 800. He also owns a Maruti Ritz car, whose value stands at Rs 5.43 lakh. The couple has Rs 26 lakh in a PF account, over Rs 6.85 lakh in Yadav's name at a UCO bank branch in Delhi, Rs 2 lakh in HDFC bank branch in Gurgaon. Among his immovable assets are his Rewari farm worth 90 lakh along with a commercial booth at Rewari valued at Rs 41 lakh, while his wife has a 50 per cent share in a 1100 square feet flat in Delhi's I.P. Extension, with a value of Rs 40 lakh.

The AAP leader, while filing his nominations said that he was not part of any political game but was fighting against corruption, red-tapism and nepotism in the country.

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