Union Minister Jitendra Singh, a Congress candidate from Alwar, has total assets worth Rs 8.43 crore.
Singh, scion of erstwhile royal family, has three 12 bore gun, .357 bore revolver and .32 bore pistol and he also owns seven cars, including three vintage ones whose values were not ascertainable, according to the affidavit submitted by him to the returning officer.
The minister, who filed his nominations today, has declared movable assets worth 79.39 lakh, which include jewellery worth Rs 61.57 lakh and Rs 2.03 lakh cash in hand.
The 41-year old leader has immovable property spread over 2.19 acre at hill side forest area in Uttarakhand's Mussoorie.
The value of which is Rs 7.64 crore. The Congress leader has self acquired property worth Rs 1.46 crore while remaining he has inherited.
According to his affidavit, Singh's wife Ambika owns assets worth Rs 1.59 crore. She also owns .32 bore revolver, .22 bore rifle and .12 bore gun.
Their two daughters and a son also have assets worth Rs 1.14 crore in all.
Meanwhile, his colleague and Union Minister Namo Narain Meena, who also filed his nominations today, has declared his movable and immovable assets worth Rs 2.14 crore.
Meena's wife, Kesar Devi owns properties valued at Rs 1.51 crore. The couple does not have any vehicle in their name.