In an affidavit submitted by Narendra Modi stated that he has total assets worth Rs 2.51 crore. His movable assets are worth Rs 1,41,36,119 (Rs 1.41 crore) and unmovable assets are estimated to be worth Rs 1.10 crore.
His primary source of income is his government salary and interest earned on his savings.
PM Narendra Modi's affidavit also states that he does not face any criminal charge against him.
Narendra Modi has mentioned that as on March 31, 2019, he had Rs 38,750 as cash in hand. Modi's bank balance is Rs 4,143, but he has Rs 1,27,81,574 (Rs 1.27 core) as fixed deposits in the State Bank of India.
Narendra Modi has investments worth Rs 20,000 (bonds of L&T Infrastructure) and savings worth Rs 7,61,466 in the form of National Savings Certificates and Rs 1,90,347 as life insurance. He also owns four gold rings (45 grams in weight) that have a valuation of Rs 1,13,800. In 2014, the valuation of these gold rings was Rs 1.35 lakh approximately.
According to Narendra Modi's affidavit, he has completed his graduation from Delhi University in 1978 and post-graduation from Gujarat University, Ahmedabad, in 1983.