Patna, October 10 — Former Bihar chief minister Rabri Devi boast to have 62 cows and 42 calves as her assets that is worth Rs. 17.8 lakh. She declared her assets ahead of the Bihar assembly elections.
Rabri Devi submitted the affidavit on Saturday and also her nomination papers for the Sonepur and Raghopur assembly seats. Sonepur is in Chapra district and Raghopur in Vaishali.
According to close RJD leaders to the former CM, most of the cows and calves are at the cattle she of her husband and RJD chief Lalu Prasad in Danapur, outskirts of Patna.
The affidavit also reveals that Rabri owns ornaments worth Rs. 7.62 lakh and a bank balance of Rs. 2.29 lakh. She has invested in bonds an amount of Rs. 11.78 lakh.
The immovable property that the betterhalf of Lalu Prasad own includes agricultural and non-agricultural lands in Goapalganj and Patna that is worth crores of rupees.
Both Lalu and Rabri loves cows and horses and they used to keep more than 100 cows and calves at their residence at 1 Anne Marg during their tenures as CM. After the fall of Rabri Devi from the CM seat in 2005, the cows and calves were shifted to Danapur, as they were asked to vacate the place.
Rabri Devi was the CM of Bihar from 1997 to 2005 and currently she is a legislator from Raghopur constituency. Rabri has been the only female CM of Bihar.
Bihar will go on polls in six phase begining October 21 and which ends on November 20. On November 24 the results will be declared.