Sidhu, who has not paid the electricity bill for 9 months, has the wealth of so many crores, not one but 7 banks have an account

Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu is besieging CM Captain Amarinder Singh on the issue of power crisis, but now an information has come to the fore, according to which Navjot Singh Sidhu himself has not paid his electricity bill for 9 months and the bill is also not 10 – 20 thousand. Rather, it is worth Rs 8,67,540. Now you must be thinking that how does a bill of so much money on Sidhu tell you that Sidhu’s electricity bill is not only huge, but Navjot Singh also overshadows many politicians and celebrities in terms of wealth and earnings.

According to the affidavit filed by Navjot Singh Sidhu during the 2017 Punjab elections, he has a wealth of 45.90 crores. On the other hand, if we talk about the liability, then it is about 54 lakhs. On the other hand, if we talk about cash, according to the report of ADR, he has cash of about Rs 4.80 lakh.

Account in these banks

According to the affidavit filed for the 2017 Punjab elections, Navjot Singh Sidhu’s account is in 7 big banks of the country. This includes SBI, Punjab National Bank, HDFC Bank, OBC Bank, ICICI Bank and Citibank and State Bank of Patiala. Talking about the amount deposited in the banks, about Rs 1,84,54,497 is deposited in these accounts of Navjot Singh Sidbu.

Investing in shares and bonds

Talking about investment, Navjot Singh Sidhu has invested about Rs 13.77 lakh through shares, debentures and bonds. An investment of about Rs 2 lakh has been shown in bonds. Whereas an amount of Rs 2.35 lakh has been shown in Religare Fund. According to the ADR report, Navjot Singh Sidhu has invested about Rs 8.42 lakh through shares. 3.75 lakh has been deposited in the same National Saving Certificate and Postal Saving Schemes.

Cars worth crores

According to the affidavit filed by Navjot Singh Sidhu during the 2017 Punjab elections, he has vehicles worth about Rs 1.56 crore. These include vehicles like Totota Lange Cruiser, Mini Cooper, Fortuner. Talking about gold, Siddu has invested around Rs 95 lakh through gold rings, jewelery and watches.

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