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Kartik's total income Rs 6, 94, 277

Kartik Sena Sinha
Kartik Sena Sinha in the affidavit furnished by him before the Returning Officer on March 17 has shown total income Rs 6, 94, 277 in 2009-10 and assessment year 2010-11. Rita Sinha, wife of Kartik Sena Sinha, has revealed her total income Rs 4, 41, 590. The AIUDF candidate Kartik Sena Sinha is contesting in the ensuring Assam Assembly election from the Patharkandi constituency.

According to the affidavit, Kartik Sena Sinha has cash in hand Rs 7 lakh and Rita Sinha has Rs 4 lakh. In comparison to the affidavit filed by him in 2006 assembly election, there is increase of Rs 1 lakh to each of them. Read the previous article on Kartik Sena Sinha published on 28 September 2007.

Total eight candidates will contest from the Partharkandi constituency for the forthcoming Assam Assembly election.

Name of the candidates are: Kartik Sena Sinha, Kripesh Ranjan Dasgupta, Monilal Gowala, Sukhendu Shekhar Dutta, Debangshu Nath, Main Uddin Choudhury, Rupam Nandi Purkayastha, Nikhil Kumar Sen.

If you are not able to see below table, Click on Patharkandi Constitency 2011 Assembly Election


  1. Mr Kartik Sena Sinha desperately needs an image make over drive and also need to restructure the company he keeps. Having a mordant reputation is indispensable in todays politics in India, nonetheless he must keep his political vision clear and appoint astute mentors as political advisors. I suggest him to hire a professional PR agency to facilitate all the pejorative things he faces. In corporate terms he should seek professional advice to add value and position Brand Kartik.

  2. I don't think he needs PR agency. Patharkandi people wold like direct commnication rather than believing on TV and print. TV channels in gwahati are owned by politicians & they have their own agenda/

  3. All should support Kartik Sena being the most knowledgeable, young, enthusiastic and active person among all the candidates into the fray at Patherkandi.


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