According to the details of assets and liabilities submitted to the Pakistan Election Commission by Gilani, he does not own any plots, apartments, commercial buildings or agriculture properties anywhere in the country.
Gilani has also declared that he has no business capital.
The most interesting fact, according to the documents, is that Gilani does not own any motor vehicle other than his official fleet of vehicles.
Apart from this, Gilani did mention about 200 tolas of jewellery which was gifted to him by his elders during his marriage, but the declaration has no mention whether it is owned by his wife or himself.
Another political leader of the country, Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman has declared that he also ranks high on the list of Pakistan's 'poor' political leaders.
Rehman in his declaration has said that he has only three thousand rupees in his bank account.
According to the documents provided by Rehman he has a one-fifth share in his family's house in Dera Ismail Khan, which is worth 100,000 rupees.