Prime Minister Narendra Modi has declared his assets and he is slightly richer than 2020. PM Modi’s net worth is Rs 3.07 crore, a rise of Rs 22 lakh from last year’s Rs 2.85 crore. This data is mentioned on the PM’s official website and it has more details too.
PM Modi has a bank balance of Rs 1.5 lakh and Rs 36,000 of cash as of March 31 this year. Modi’s gross total value of his movable assets is approximately Rs 1.97 crore and he possesses four gold rings worth Rs 1.48 lakh while he has no car.
On the investments, Modi has Fixed Deposits (FD) valued at Rs 1.86 crore as of March 31 as compared to Rs 1.6 crore last year. He also invested Rs 8,93,251 in National Savings Certificate (NSC), Rs 1,50,957 lakh in life insurance policies and bought L&T infrastructure bonds worth Rs 20,000 in 2012.
Modi also owns a plot at Sector-1 in Gandhinagar, Gujarat. He purchased the property on October 25, 2002 along with three partners and the plot is spread across 3,531.45 sq ft.
PM Modi did not purchase any plot or property after becoming the Prime Minister in 2014 but he became slightly richer despite the pandemic.