Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) heavyweight Jaswant Singh, who filed his nomination from northern West Bengal's Darjeeling Hills on Thursday, has movable and immovable assets worth over Rs 7 crore and his possessions include a herd of 42 cattle and two Arabian horses.
Singh's wife Sheetal Kumari owns assets valued at over Rs 5 crore, according to the affidavit submitted by the former union minister.
Singh, BJP leader in the Rajya Sabha, owns a Fiat car, a tractor and four tracts of agricultural land in Rajasthan valued at more than Rs 69 lakh.
Livestock owned by the leader include the herd of cattle priced at over Rs 1.50 lakh, and the Arabian horses gifted to him by the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, said the affidavit filed as part of the nomination requirements for contesting the Lok Sabha polls.
Singh also owns a bungalow in Jodhpur worth Rs 1.75 crore, a hut priced at Rs 4.5 lakh in his native village of Temawas, a farmhouse in Jodhpur valued at Rs 7.5 lakh and has 50 per cent share of value Rs 4 crore in a new Delhi flat. His wife is the other co-owner.
He has cash of Rs 10,000 and his equity share holdings total a little above Rs 68,000.
Singh also holds two accounts with the State Bank of India in London and New York and the total deposits amount to around Rs 15.42 lakh.
His spouse Sheetal Kumari owns two cars - an Innova of market value Rs 9.5 lakh and a Fiat Uno worth Rs 1.2 lakh.
She has fixed deposits of Rs 5.83 lakh, and shares valued at Rs 9.52 lakh, besides gold ornaments of Rs 8.86 lakh and seven kilograms of silver (Rs 1.52 lakh).
Her immovable assets include a hut in Pali district of Rajasthan worth Rs 1.50 lakh, an outhouse in Jodhpur priced at Rs 35 lakh, besides the 50 per cent share in the co-owned house with Jaswant which makes her richer by Rs 4 crore. She is also the owner of a farm house in Rajasthan's Pali district valued at Rs 1.5 lakh.