These interesting figures form part of the affidavits of candidates filing nomination for the April 15 polls for the three municipal bodies in the capital.
Chouhan, the BSP candidate in Rajinder Nagar, and her husband have movable property worth Rs 11.5 lakh but curiously she has just Rs 40 in her hand and her husband Rs 35, according to her affidavit.
The couple has given Rs three lakh as loan while both have shown an annual income of Rs 4.31 lakh this fiscal.
Another candidate, Mamta Kumari, an Independent contesting from Narela, does not have a single rupee in her hand though she has Rs 1,000 in bank. The contestant has completed her BEd course.
Similar is the case of a candidate of Indian Democratic Party in west Delhi's Raja Garden, Sonu Suri, who does not have a single penny with her. Suri also does not own any movable or immovable property in her name.
Nuclear sector may be a lucrative business but a candidate who goes by the name 'Parmanu', a post graduate in history who gives tuition, is penniless, according to his affidavit. He has a savings account but has not mentioned the money he has.
Not to be left behind by the young turks, senior citizens are also gearing up for the electoral battle and have filed their affidavits.
Bashiruddin (67), an Independent candidate in Jama Masjid, has mentioned his occupation as "senior citizen" in his affidavit. Indra Rani (65), contesting from Timarpur, has a monthly income of Rs 2,000 from rent and her husband gets a Rs 1,000 old-age pension.
The MCD polls is not just a tussle between the middle class and the crorepati-club, the elections will also see highly qualified candidates pitted against the not-so-literate.
In Andrews Ganj, for example, although the main contest is between Congress candidate Abhishek Dutt, an MBA-holder and BJP's Sunil Yadav, a lawyer, BJD's "hindi literate" Kailash Rani has also joined the fray.