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Popular Politicians With There Cars

1. Mamata Banerjii

She is an Indian politician serving as a 8th current CM of West Bengal. she belongs to Trinamool congress and for many years she owns a Maruti 800 which she bought long back.
car: Maruti 800 - Approx 8 lakhs

2. Rahul Gandhi

He is well known face of Indian politics previously he was a secretary to Indian national congress but presently he is a president of INC.
cars: Toyota Land Cruiser - 93 lakhs
          Tata Safari - 15 lakhs
          Lexus LX - 2.4 crore
          Mahindra Scorpio - 10 to 16 lakhs
          Range Rover 50 to 60 lakhs

3. Amit Shah

He is a president of bharatiya janata party and also a rajya sabha member before which he was elected as MLA in Sarkhej for four consecutive times.
cars: Mercedes Benz - 60 to 80 lakhs
         Ford - 30 lakhs

4. Arvind Kejriwal

Before being a politician he was an IIT graduate. few years back his wagon r was stolen and found in ghaziabad 2 days after.
and now he owns a innova priced between 14 to 16 lakhs other than that he does not have any cars.

5. K Chandrasheksr Rao

He belongs to telangana rashtra samithi and is now the CM of newly formed state telengana

Cars: Fortuner - 30 to 40 lakhs
          Innova - 15 lakhs
          Bus worth 5 lakhs bullet proof

6. HD Kumarswami 

He is currently the cm of Karnataka and he belongs to JDU party

cars: Hummer - 45 lakhs
         range rover - 3 crore
         porsch 911 - 205 crore


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