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Mumbai, Sep 5: Supriya Sule, daughter of Union Agriculture Minister and NCP president Sharad Pawar, who filed her nomination for the Rajya Sabha byelection scheduled for September 18, owns assets worth Rs 41.52 crore along with her husband and children.

As per the affidavit giving details of the assets owned by her, husband Sadanand Sule and children Revati and Vijay, Supriya's movable assets are worth Rs 5.1 crore while that of Sadanand Sule is Rs 18.87 crore. Together with their minor children, the total movable assets are worth Rs 24.99 crore.

Both Supriya and her husband do not own a motor vehicle. Supriya has Rs 37,387 as cash while her husband has Rs 9203. Supriya has Rs 5.26 lakh as deposits in bank while Sadanand has Rs 5.51 crore as deposits. Daughter Revati has Rs 1.48 lakh as bank deposits while son Vijay has Rs 3877.11.

Supriya and Sadanand have Rs 10.53 lakh each as bank deposits overseas. The couple has also invested in oveseas Financial Institutions Rs 1.97 crore each. The family owns jewellery in diamond and gold worth Rs 70.16 lakh.

Supriya owns agriculture land in Baramati which is worth Rs 15.61 lakh. Similarly, in Mumbai she owns property worth Rs 5.53 crore while in Pune the property's value is Rs 73 lakh. Sadanand's property at Peddar Road is worth Rs 80.16 lakh while in Pune,the property is worth Rs 43.50 lakh.

Sadanand and Supriya own a 2636 sq.ft flat in Singapore which is worth Rs 8.88 crore.


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