In a declaration submitted to Pradesh Congress Committee president Kishore Upadhyay, the Chief Minister said he owns movable property worth 1.64 crore, two rooms in the jointly owned ancestral house at Mohnari village of Almora district and a plot of land worth Rs 75 lakh at Indirapuram, Ghaziabad.

Upadhyay had asked all party MLAs to declare their assets before the state party leadership recently. In his declaration, Rawat has stated that he has two gold and one silver rings besides fixed and other bank deposits worth Rs 1.42 crore.

On March 31, 2015 he had Rs 15,573 in his savings bank account in State Bank of India's Parliament House branch. Rawat has a current account in Nainital bank's Dharchula branch in which he had an amount of Rs 3,18,823 on May 29 this year. The Chief Minister also has National Savings Certificates (NSC) worth Rs 6 lakh and three Life Insurance Policies with an assured sum of Rs 12 lakh each.

Chief Minister's wife Renuka Rawat owns property worth nearly Rs 3.05 crore. She has gold jewellery worth Rs 5 lakh and has invested Rs 22.42 lakh in bank savings including fixed deposits. She has NSCs worth Rs 1 lakh and five LIC policies with an assured sum of Rs 18 lakh each. Renuka owns a Mercedes worth Rs 25 lakh and a Toyota Fortuner worth Rs 26 lakh.

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