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Kartik Sena Sinha – 3rd richest MLA from Assam

If Kartik Sena Sinha is not media savvy and doesn’t have any political say of his own in the Assam politics, so what? He is the 3rd richest Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) in Assam. Being a rich MLA in the Assam Assembly at least hogs media light on him. Though occasionally! And this what that came out in the India’s prestigious news magazine India Today in its February 23 cover issue (page 28) story “Assembly of the Rich”. 

Ahead of him in the crorepati bracket comes – Badruddin Ajmal of AUDF (South Salmara constituency), his net worth is Rs. 14.2 crore; second, Bithika Dev (Silchar constituency) with Rs 6.2 crore. Kartik Sena Sinha net asset is Rs. 4.5 crore.

A Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) candidate from Patherkandi constituency, Kartik Sena Sinha defeated K. M. Baharul Islam (AUDF) by a margin of 2,580 votes in the Assam Assembly election held in 2006. Among 8-candidates contesting from the LA-2 Patherkandi Assembly Constituency, he got the highest votes (37220) totaling 36.96 percentage of votes. 

Other candidates in the election fray with him were - Nandeswar Mukharjee (AGP), Monilal Gowala (INC), Moinul Haque (JD(S)), Abdul Hamid (IND), Taj Uddin (IND), Debangshu Nath (IND). 

Kartik Sinha also served as a Member in the Committee On Public Undetakings under the chairmanship of Membar Gogoi. 


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  1. hi,
    this is a very pleasant information.hope such and many more news we will get in near future.

    tks for the information.



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