Smt. Meenakshi Lekhi

Smt. Meenakshi Lekhi

Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha
04/30/1967 (57 Years)
Constituency Name
27-Rajouri Garden (Delhi) constituency, at Serial no 51 in Part no 138
Father Name
Shri Aman Lekhi
Educational Details
Post Graduate (M.A.(Public Admin) From Himachal Pradesh University,Year-2000, B.A. From Delhi Universtiy,Year-1988, All India Senior School Certificate Examination From St.Xavier\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s School, Delhi,Year-1982)
Spouse Name
Aman lekhi
Spouse Professtion

Personal Life & Political Career

Meenakshi Lekhi is an Indian politician belonging to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). He is a member of the constituency of New Delhi in the 16th Lok Sabha.
She won the high parliamentary election in New Delhi with over 4.5 more votes as a BJP candidate in the 2014 elections. In July 2016, she was appointed chair of the Lok Sabha Privilege Committee in Parliament and continues since then this position. In addition to writing articles in magazines, publications and newspapers on socio-political issues, she is also involved in various television programs on national and international issues. Lekhi writes "Forthwrite", a column in The Week magazine. With equal command in both English and Hindi, she is known for her debates in parliament and has distinguished herself by many debates on national issues at Lok Sabha, such as debates on intolerance in India and Triple Talaq Bill. . She has also distinguished herself as an active participant in the various parliamentary processes and in receiving Lokmat's "Best First Woman Parliamentary" award in 2017.

Early life

After completing B.Sc. Meenakshi Lekhi joined the Delhi University Campus Law Center for his son. She joined the Delhi Bar Council in 1990 and began practicing at the Supreme Court of India, the Delhi High Court and several other courts, tribunals and forums in different parts of the country.

Lekhi belongs to a family of renowned lawyers. Her father-in-law, Pran Nath Lekhi, and her husband, Aman Lekhi, have both been prominent lawyers and have handled several important and popular cases. Her husband, lead counsel, Aman Lekhi, Deputy Solicitor General of the Supreme Court, is known to have dealt with cases such as Lajpat Nagar's bomb attack, multiple murders of Vasant Kunj, etc., among others.

My late father, the late Pran Nath Lekhi, as a Supreme Court lawyer, is known for his record on Satwant Singh, the murderer of Indira Gandhi and Zahira Sheikh the violence of Gujarat in 2002.

Legal career

She has practiced in various courts, including several courts, the Delhi Court and the Supreme Court. She has also conducted in various forums in India and also a treaty of many issues concerning women in court, as domestic violence, family law disputes and especially the permanent commission of officers in the armed forces. It also has a social activity and has been associated with several institutions, including the National Commission for Women, Sakshi, NIPCD and several other organizations for the protection of the rights of women and children in the country.

Lekhi has been on the drafting committee for bills such as the Women's Reserve Bill and the Sexual Harassment of Women in the Workplace Bill. The latter was adopted by Parliament as law in 2013. [citation needed]

Meenakshi Lekhi has the media in court to obtain permission for media coverage of court proceedings. She succeeded in this effort. She referred to the case of the permanent entry into service of women in the Indian armed forces before the Supreme Court.

Social Work

Meenakshi Lekhi has been a member of the Special Committee of the National Commission for Women, Chair of the Special Working Group on Women's Empowerment, Vice President of JPM, Blind School (New Delhi) and Assistant Secretary of the Blind Relief Association in Delhi.In April 2015, she participated in a national environmental awareness program organized by "Women Can", a non-governmental organization. She awarded 500 sapling of trees to the award-winning students. The students participated in a women-initiated India quiz competition, with the help of student volunteer Apoorv Jha, who published a question book and designed the quizzes.

Associate to several NGOs, also with Swadeshi Jagran Manch, an organization associated with Sangh Parivar and from there she was invited by BJP President Nitin Gadkari to join the BJP in her Mahila Morcha and from there her political career took off.

As a parliament member

Meenakshi Lekhi contested the elections in the parliamentary constituency of New Delhi in the 2014 parliamentary elections and outgoing President Ajay Maken with a margin of 2.7 million votes. In his constituency, New Delhi Municipal New Delhi Council (NDMC) She is the ex-officio president of the Commonwealth Women Parliamentarians (India Chapter) and was appointed a member of the Press Council of India by President Lok Sabha. She has been appointed Chair of the Privilege Committee. from Lok Sabha in July 2016 and is currently an active member of the Standing Committee on Urban Development, the Staff Committee, the Law and Justice Committee, the Trade Advisory Committee and the Housing Committee.

On August 28, 2015, the Ministry of Urban Development and NDMC approved the name change of the Aurangzeb Road and APJ Abdul Kalam Road.Lekhi, CMDN member and MP for the New Delhi constituency played important role in this decision. As a member of the NDMC, she also received the name of Dalhousie Road, a road near the Secretariat Building in New Delhi, changed to Dara Shikoh Road. , the road of Delhi housing the residence of the Indian prime minister, to Lok Kalyan Marg, about

Meenakshi Lekhi adopted the relevant Pilanji village from his New Delhi parliamentary constituency to become the village model under the name Sansad Adarsh ??Gram Yojana by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Panchayat village, as required under the program, she also adopted the village of Qutubgarh in the suburbs of Delhi, which lies outside her constituency.

In July 2017, Lekhi received the Lokmat Parliamentary Award as "Best Beginning Parliamentary Woman"

Regarding the use of MPLAD funds among the 7 deputies of Delhi, Meenakshi Lekhi (New Delhi) had spent the maximum. She used Rs 2.50 crore on Rs 5 released by the government in the first year, or 50% of the total released.

In a debate on the Triple Talaq bill in Parliament in December 2017, Meenakshi Lekhi demanded severe sanctions against religious and religious leaders who support and facilitate the process of triple talaq, known as talaq-i -biddat. In addition, she said:

"I mean to Muslim women, when you're a brother like Narendra Modi, you do not need to be afraid, we're with you in this fight."

With regard to the growing lynch mob incidents in India, she said the lynching incidents were due to economic disparities. Examples of assassination of Manik Roy, an immigrant worker from Bengal, beaten by a group of Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala, with a woman and a man of the Madhu family, 30, The Kerala crowd accused of theft, Lekhi many cases of lynching are due to poverty and economic problems.

She has been actively involved in parliamentary processes. In the 16th Lok Sabha, Lekhi participated in 95 debates (national average 57.9), to a total of 378 questions (national average 251) and to a presentation of 15 private projects to 1.8 km to Lok Sabha (update until April 6). , the end date of the budget session, 2018). Its overall participation in parliament until the 2018 budget session was 95% against the national average of 80%.

Details of PAN and status of Income Tax return*

Relation Type PAN Given Financial Year Total Income Shown in ITR
self Y 2012 - 2013 Rs 39,23,117 ~ 39 Lacs+
spouse Y 2012 - 2013 Rs 3,46,68,377 ~ 3 Crore+
dependent1 Y None Rs 0 ~
dependent2 N None Rs 0 ~
dependent3 N None Rs 0 ~

Details of Criminal Cases*

No criminal cases

Details of Movable Assets*

Sr No Description self spouse dependent1 dependent2 dependent3
i Cash 1,00,000  1 Lacs+
1,54,835  1 Lacs+
25,500  25 Thou+
20,000  20 Thou+
Nil Rs 3,00,335
3 Lacs+
ii Deposits in Banks, Financial Institutions and Non-Banking Financial Companies UCO Bank, Delhi High Court, Branch, New Delhi SB A/c No.15530100011967
4,76,403  4 Lacs+

ICICI Bank, South Extn Delhi SB A/c No.039601508065
3,90,655  3 Lacs+

Citi Bank 33, Basant Lok, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi SB A/c No.5166959227
8,48,582  8 Lacs+

FD with ICICI Bank South Extn, New Delhi, Branch FD No.039614006698
33,07,511  33 Lacs+

FD with UCO Bank Delhi High Court Branch FD No.15530310274156
23,77,297  23 Lacs+

FD with UCO Bank, Delhi High Court Branch FD No.15530310025386
2,61,656  2 Lacs+

FD with UCO Bank Delhi High Court Branch FD No.15530310024393
5,21,573  5 Lacs+

Karur Vysya Bank Ltd. Kamla Nagar Branch, Delhi Election Purpose, New Delhi Lok Sabha COnstituency SB A/c No.4115175000000070
2,52,000  2 Lacs+
ICICI Bank, South Extn-II, New Delhi Branch Saving A/c No.03961500327
76,15,243  76 Lacs+

FD ICICI Bank, South Extn-II, New Delhi Branch Deposit No.0396140087
1,30,00,000  1 Crore+

FD ICICI Bank, South Extn-II, New Delhi Branch Deposit No.039614008745 Saving A/c No.039601500327
70,00,000  70 Lacs+

YES Bank South Extn-II, New Delhi Branch Saving A/c No.001690700008247
23,36,999  23 Lacs+

YES Bank, South Extn-II, New Delhi Branch Term Deposit A/c no.001640400035372
40,00,000  40 Lacs+

UCO Bank, DHC Branch New Delhi C/A No.100
3,80,862  3 Lacs+
ICICI Bank South Extn-II Branch New Delhi Savings A/c No.039601514093
6,130  6 Thou+
Nil Nil Rs 4,27,74,911
4 Crore+
iii Bonds, Debentures and Shares in companies Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
iv (a)
NSS, Postal Savings etc
Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
LIC or other insurance Policies
ICICI Prudential Policy No.16745256
5,00,000  5 Lacs+
LIC Policy No.112657168 Surrender Value-800000
10,00,000  10 Lacs+
Nil Nil Nil Rs 15,00,000
15 Lacs+
v Personal loans/advance given Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
vi Motor Vehicles (details of make, etc.) Nil Jaguar XJ-DL2CQ7364 Model-2011
74,14,060  74 Lacs+

BMW (Z4)-DL6CM4150 Model-2013
60,81,874  60 Lacs+

New Beetle-DL8CY0998 Model-2012
14,15,250  14 Lacs+

Chevrolet Beat-DL4CAD8328 Model-2010
1,00,000  1 Lacs+
Nil Nil Nil Rs 1,50,11,184
1 Crore+
vii Jewellery (give details weight value) Gold 1170 Grams
32,78,040  32 Lacs+

Polki 390 Grams
13,00,000  13 Lacs+
Gold 300 Grams Silver 4 Kg
23,70,000  23 Lacs+
Gold 264 Grams
7,46,200  7 Lacs+
Gold 232 Grams
6,55,800  6 Lacs+
Nil Rs 83,50,040
83 Lacs+
viii Other assets, such as values of claims / interests Nil Paintings, Sculptures and Valuable Art Pieces
30,00,000  30 Lacs+
Nil Nil Nil Rs 30,00,000
30 Lacs+
Gross Total Value (as per Affidavit) 1,36,13,717  1 Crore+ 5,58,69,123  5 Crore+ 7,77,830  7 Lacs+ 6,55,800  6 Lacs+ Nil Rs 7,09,16,470
7 Crore+
Totals (Calculated as Sum of Values) Rs 1,36,13,717
1 Crore+
Rs 5,58,69,123
5 Crore+
Rs 7,77,830
7 Lacs+
Rs 6,75,800
6 Lacs+
Nil Rs 7,09,36,470
7 Crore+

Details of Immovable Assets*

Details of Liabilities*

Note:(*) This information is based on affidavit filled by candidates in 2014 Lok Sabha Elections. Latest data will be displayed once available.

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