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Election expenditure who spent how much

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The candidates have filed in their expenditure statements of all the expenses they have incurred for the campaigning for the Loksabha 2014.
Tabulation and accounting of expenditure incurred by political parties for election-related activities such as rallies, roadshows, advertisements and publicity material are included in the same.

Accounting of expenditure incurred by candidates started the moment a candidate filed nomination papers with the returning officer.

The mechanism comprises election expenditure observers, assisted by assistant election expenditure observers, who will work in two Assembly segments each. The details sent by these teams would be scrutinized by the district election officers.

Candidates would be given three books of accounts and they submitted details to the district election officers regularly.

Suresh Angadi – BJP – Rs.29,85,983
Laxmi Hebbalkar – INC – Rs.22,87,636
Naseer Bagwan – JDS – Rs.3,18,898
Ramesh Kadalskar – BSP – Rs. 33,790
Dayanad Chikmath – SP – Rs.52,200
Mutappa Angadi – AAP- Rs.3,46,335
Parappa Akkennnavar – IND – Rs.10,110
Mohan More – IND – Rs.65,619
Rajmahendra Gaonkar- IND – Rs. 79,916
Shankar Rathod – IND – Rs.1,75657
Hanmant Majukar – SS – Rs. 83,718
Ramappa Chalavadi Nil
Shankar Bavdekar Nil
Khangoudar Nil
Santosh Shet Not Submitted

1 thought on “Election expenditure who spent how much”

  1. A Software Powerhouse ?

    Yesterday , when I went to polling booth , there was a chaos , with a number of people complaining that their names were missing from the Electoral Rolls ( Voter Lists )

    As per news-reports , in Mumbai alone , some 50,000 people returned home without casting their votes – including Deepak Parekh !

    Then there are some 300 million people who will simply won’t walk down to the nearest polling booths , and wait for 1 hour to cast their votes ( – assuming that some 40 % of the 814 million eligible voters do not exercise their right to vote )

    WHY ?

    Going out to vote is becoming a big hassle


    Sure , if Central Government and the Election Commission care to implement my suggestion for developing a mobile App ( – I called it , VotesApp / see .. )

    Or , just type in Google , ” VotesApp ”


    > No need for 930,000 polling booths / EVMs / Ink / Papers etc
    Every voter’s own mobile becomes a miniature EVM !

    > Nor any need to deploy 1,100,000 people to conduct the polls

    > No need for millions of Police / Military personnel

    > No need for months of advance preparations, across entire country

    > Voting can be completed in just ONE day – instead of over 6 weeks –
    and results can be declared next day !

    > Voting could be 95 % or more !

    > No worry for booth-capture / bogus voting

    > No worry for any terrorist attacks

    > Enormous saving of time for Voters

    > No need to declare a public holiday – costing thousands of crores
    worth of production

    > Central Government will save, at least , Rs 2,000 Crores .

    If business-friendly BJP government comes to power , it would not
    hesitate to earn Rs 20,000 crores , by enabling 15 million Indian
    businesses to advertise to 814 million voters , thru this mobile VotesApp –
    sharply targeting by Gender / Age / Marital Status / City / Street /
    Education / Income etc

    If a tiny country like Estonia ( population 1.6 million ) can elect its Members of Parliament thru a VotesApp type mobile App , why can’t we ?

    Already 900+ million Indians have mobiles – all of which , will soon become Smart Phones

    And we call our country , a ” Software Powerhouse ” !

    * hemen parekh ( 25 April 2014 / Mumbai )


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