Here is a breakdown of all the Prime Minister's assets, both movable and immovable, in terms of money.

The majority of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi's assets, totaling more than 2.23 crore INR, are bank deposits.

According to his most recent report concerning properties but doesn't own any real estate because he donated his ownership interest in a plot of land in Gandhinagar.

According to information posted on the website of the prime minister's office, the value of his properties as of March 31st 2022 will be 2 2 3 8 2 5 0 4 INR.

From a year earlier, the prime minister's movable assets increased by 26.3 lakh INR. But he no longer is the owner of the real estate.

The fact that the Prime Minister only has 35250 INR in cash on hand as of March 31 is highly shocking.

He has an NSC at the post office, which is valued 905105 Indian rupees. Additionally, he possessed a single-valued life insurance policy for 189305 INR.

He has Rs 46555 on his State Bank of India Gandhinagar NSC branch bank account.

Bonds, shares, corporate units, or mutual funds are not held by Prime Minister Modi. He just has savings like  a middle-class Indian man.

When he was Gujarat's Chief Minister in October 2002, he jointly bought the residential land with three other owners, who each held an equal part.