Lucknow:  Bahujan Samaj Party supremo Mayawati may have lost the assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh but the defeated chief minister's wealth as declared has jumped to Rs 111 crore, a 25 percent increase in the last eight years.

The figures have been revealed by the Bhaujan Samaj Party Chief during the filing of nomination papers to the Rajya Sabha on Monday.

In 2004, the Dalit icon possessed a posh house in the capital worth approximately Rs 1.75 crore during that time besides a government apartment in Lucknow. However, Maya now owns two luxurious houses and two flats in Lucknow and Delhi estimated to be over Rs 96 crore.

Among the expensive areas in Delhi, Mayawati owns two flats in Connaught Place. In her affidavit, she had stated that the market value of one of the flats is Rs 39 crore while the other is worth Rs 9.45 crore. Other than this she has two residential buildings - one in New Delhi (23,24 SP Marg New Delhi) and another in Lucknow (9 Mall Avenue) currently valued at Rs. 61.86 crore and Rs. 15.68 crore respectively.

Bank balance

It is not only immovable properties but her bank balance too has swelled drastically. During the 2004 polls, Maywati had Rs 9 crore in her bank account which increased to Rs 11 crore in 2010 and Rs 13.95 crore in 2012. At present the BSP supremo has Rs 10,20,000 in cash deposited in her various bank accounts.

No car, but loads of jewellery

Mayawati does not own a car but has 1034.260 gms of gold in the form of jewellery and
380.17 carats of diamond worth Rs 96.53 lakh besides a silver dinner set weighing 18.5 kgs worth Rs. 9.32 lakh.