The annual income of the national cricket team captain, Shakib Al Hasan, stands at Tk 5 crore 55 lakh 71 thousand.
Apart from this, Shakib has investments of Tk 43.63 crore in bonds, debentures and stock market and contrarily he has a debt of more than Tk 33 crore, according to the affidavit submitted to the Returning Officer's Office as he runs for the Magura-1 seat in the upcoming 12th parliamentary election.
The document further discloses notable financial aspects of Shakib's portfolio.
Shakib also possesses 25 bars of gold, and his furniture and electronics are valued at Tk 13 lakh.
However, the affidavit also reveals a substantial debt of Tk 31.98 crore, with an additional loan amounting to Tk 1.5 crore from Eastern Bank. In contrast to his assets, Shakib's liabilities contribute to a comprehensive financial profile that includes both investments and debts.
These financial details come to light as part of the election process, providing voters with insights into the economic standing of the prominent cricketer and political candidate.