Bharatiya Janata Party and Congress have announced their candidates for Rajasthan by-elections scheduled for January 29. The elections for two Lok Sabhas - Alwar and Ajmer and an Assembly seat - Mandalgarh - were necessitated after the death of respective elected representatives. Twenty-seven candidates, including BJP's Ram Swarup Lamba and Congress' Raghu Sharma, have filed nominations for Ajmer Lok Sabha seat. For Alwar Lok Sabha, BJP has fielded Jaswant Singh, while Congress has pitted Karn Singh in the fray. For Mandalgarh Vidhan Sabha, BJP has fielded Shakti Singh Hada against Congress' Vivek Dhakad. The candidates, as per law, have also declared their assets to election commission of India. Here are some of the interesting details about the assets owned by these candidates: Ajmer Lok Sabha Ram Swarup Lamba(BJP) Total Assets: 2.23 crores. Spouse's Assets: Rs 13.92 Lakhs, Rs 60,000 (Cash) Movable Assets: Immovable Assets: Cash in hand: Rs 1 Lakh Raghu Sharma (Congress) Movable Assets: Rs 76,27,695 Cash: Rs 2,15,500 Spouse: Cash - Rs 1,03,000 Alwar Lok Sabha Jaswant Singh Total Assets: Rs 4,35,94,651 Spouse' property: 5.39 crore Movable Assets: Fortuner car, Jweller worth Rs 3 Lakhs Immovable Assets:Agricultural Land - Rs 1.5 crore, Commercial Residence - Rs 30 Lakhs, Cash in hand: Rs 44,000 Karn Singh Spouse's Assets: Cash-Rs 45,000, Cash in Bank: 26,510. Movable Assets: Rs 2,00,0544 Immovable Assets: Rs 1058510 Cash: (In Hand) Rs 45,000, (In bank) 4,18,384 Mandalgarh Vidhan Sabha Shakti Singh Hada (BJP) Total Assets: Rs 3.71 crore Spouse's Assets: 1.19 Crore Movable Assets: Landover car Cash: Rs 12.78 Lakhs Vivek Dhakad (Congress) Spouse's assets: Cash - 9.35 Lakh, Jewellery Rs 35 Lakh Movable Assets: Jewellery - Rs 21 Lakh Immovable Assets: Agricultural Land, Plots in Jaipur and Bhilwada The by-polls have been necessitated after the death of Ajmer MP Sanwar Lal Jat, Alwar MP Chand Nath and Mandalgarh MLA Kirti Kumari. BJP MP Sanwar Lal Jat had defeated Pradesh Congress Committee chief Sachin Pilot by 1,71,983 votes in 2014 General Elections. He suffered a cardiac arrest during a BJP meeting in Jaipur chaired by party chief Amit Shah in July last year. The BJP leader died on August 9. While Mahant Chand Nath, another BJP MP, had died in September after a prolonged illness. Nath had defeated Congress candidate and former Union minister Bhanwar Jitendra Singh by 2,83,895 votes. Mandalgarh MLA Kirti Kumari had died in August.