ISLAMABAD - Interestingly startling details have come to light from the returns filed by the 'public representatives in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Balochistan assemblies and Senate of Pakistan. The returns filed by the parliamentarians submitted in the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) show that many mainstream politicians are 'landless and 'car-less as they do not have any property registered in their name. Many parliamentarians have registered their properties in millions and billions in the names of their spouses or children. As per the data acquired from ECP, Senator Mir Israrullah Zehri from Balochistan National Party (Awami) uses two unregistered non-custom duty paid luxurious vehicles, a Toyota Land Cruiser model 2006 and a Toyota Pick-up model 2007. The aforementioned Senator, perhaps not knowing that using unregistered vehicles is a punishable offence, has the audacity to mention his vehicles as 'unregistered in his returns form. Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Amir Haider Khan Hotis wealth details show that land worth Rs104,90,000 belongs to his wife who also has shares of 33.5 per cent and 25 per cent in two CNG stations worth over Rs31 million and Rs2.5 million respectively. As much as 60 tolas of gold belong to him and his wife each. Quite interestingly, the CM KP does not have any vehicle or property registered in his name. He has three bank accounts, the net balance of which is only Rs5590 while he keeps Rs1.5 million cash 'in hand. Former Chief Minister KP Akram Khan Durrani sold his Toyota Land Cruiser (model not specified) only at Rs700,000 and paid as much money to buy 1985 model Peugeot vehicle. He has inherited property containing three houses and agricultural land but all of these assets worth only Rs23.20 million. Strangely, Durrani mentioned in his returns that his 40 tolas of gold have market value of only Rs400,000. Keeping in view that gold price per tola touches almost Rs42000, the 40 tola gold costs four times than the amount Durrani mentioned in his returns. The PML-N MPA from KP, Sardar Shamoonyar Khan, son of senior PML-N MNA Sardar Mehtab Ahmed Khan is under 'debt of Rs965. He has assets worth Rs34,23,741 while his liabilities stand at Rs34,24,706. The difference between his assets and liabilities (Rs965) is his 'bank balance at his bank account in Abbottabad. ANPs Central Information Secretary Senator Zahid Khan also lives in 'misery. He has a thirteen-year-old Honda Civic that worth Rs500,000 and bank balance of Rs300,000 while his entire wealth stands at Rs880,000. Senior JUI-F leader Senator Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Haideris whole wealth is counted at Rs600,000 including a house worth Rs400,000, a plot of Rs150,000 and furniture that values Rs50,000. Information Minister KP Government Mian Iftikhar Hussains net assets amount up to Rs10 million approximately. He owns goods transportation business that worth only Rs500,000. The 'poor minister owns an 'outdated 1992 model vehicle. MPA Balochistan Assembly Jaffar George elected on minorities seat has 33 per cent shares in a construction company but his entire wealth is calculated at Rs1.08 million ANP Maulvi Obaidullah Khan is the richest politician in KP Assembly with his assets calculated at over Rs3.6 billion including plots worth Rs720 million, houses worth Rs320 million, agricultural land of Rs150 million and his timber business that values Rs2 billion. The 'poorest MPA from KP Assembly is PML-N MPA Shazia Aurangzeb Khan who does not have any movable and immovable property registered in her name and has only an unspecified 'salary account. Shaikh Jaffar Khan Mandokhel from PML-Q is the richest MPA in Balochistan Assembly while PPP Senator Gul Muhammad Lot is the richest in Upper House, indicates the ECP data. Like Shazia Aurangzeb, numerous members of KP, Balochistan assemblies as well as Senate do not have any assets and perhaps rely on their 'savings to earn a living.