New Delhi: BJP candidate Satwinder Kaur Sirsa is the lone billionaire candidate in the Delhi municipal polls, with assets worth Rs 112.13 crore in her and her councillor-husband Manjinder Singh Sirsa's name, an initial analysis of election data has revealed.

According to the affidavit filed with the State Election Commission, Satwinder (40) has movable property worth Rs 91.42 lakh and possess immovable property worth Rs 7.70 crore. She is contesting from the now women-reserved ward of Punjabi Bagh, which was earlier held by her husband.

Manjinder Sirsa, an agriculturist who is also into real estate business, has movable property worth Rs 46.34 crore while he owns Rs 57.18 crore of immovable property.

A detailed analysis of Sirsa's affidavit showed that the candidate has filed her income tax returns last in 2004-05 when she paid Rs 1.31 lakh as tax while her husband paid Rs 51.36 lakh in 2010-11.

Satwinder has Rs 1.15 lakh cash in hand while Manjinder has Rs four lakh. She has gold and diamonds worth Rs 38.25 lakh besides investing in fixed deposit, saving accounts, shares and insurance policies.

Though she does not own a single vehicle, her husband owns four luxury cars of Range Rover, Audi, Bentley and Mercedes besides a Honda Civic and Innova. However, the couple have taken a loan of Rs 25.65 crore.

BJP leader and MCD Leader of House Subhash Arya, who is fielded from Rajouri Garden, has Rs 95.64 lakh movable property while his wife has Rs 91.46 lakh movable property. The couple own three kg of gold and Rs four kg of silver.

Arya's wife has property worth Rs 5.08 crore in her name.

Congress' Anita Babbar, former Mayor and candidate from West Delhi's Tilak Nagar, is another crorepati candidate who owns movable and immovable assets worth Rs 4.82 crore along with her spouse. Babbar, who has a masters in medicine, and her husband own 1.16 crore movable property, including five vehicles.

Another former Mayor Farhad Suri, the Congress candidate from Nizamuddin, owns movable property worth Rs 55 lakh besides property worth Rs 17 lakh. He has a case of hurt registered against him.

Ramesh Dutta, another prominent Congress candidate, has only Rs 44,000 with him, which include Rs 38,000 in hand and a Rs 6,000 fixed deposit. He also does not have a PAN card.

Interestingly, a candidate of Indian Democratic Party in west Delhi's Raja Garden, Sonu Suri, has not a single penny with her as her affidavit claims that she has no movable or immovable property in her name. Suri is into private job.