Luxury cars, rifles, artifacts, paintings, and books are among assets mentioned in affidavits filed by candidates who are contesting in 2019 Lok Sabha Elections in Rajasthan.

On Tuesday, Union Minister of State Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore has filed his nomination papers, declared that he had 15 rifles amounted Rs. 9 lakh. Ten of these rifles were gifted, mentioned in his affidavit.

Jaipur Princess Diya Kumari is contesting from Rajsamand with BJP ticket has declared that she owned jewelry amounted Rs. 64.89 lakh.

Jhalawar-Baran MP Dushyant Singh has declared owning five vintage Rolls-Royce cars. Congress candidate from Ajmer, businessman Riju Jhunjhunwala has declared that he had paintings and artifacts amounted Rs. 16 lakh. Kota Congress candidate Ram Narain Meena has declared books as a part of his assets. He has a collection of books worth Rs. 25,500, reads his affidavit.

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