Five friends– Akshay, Binod, Chandu, Dev and Eeshwar– went on a shopping trip. Before shopping, the first person had Rs 400, the second person had 25% less than the first person, the third person and the fourth person had 50% less than the first person and the fifth person had 66.66% less than the second person. While shopping they did not lend or borrow from each other. After the shopping was over, it was observed that they were left with Rs 165, Rs 95, Rs 70, Rs 40 and Rs 10, not necessarily in that order. We don’t know who is the first or the second or onwards. Following is known about the money they started with, they spent, or they were left with:
i. Akshay started with more money than Dev.
ii. Binod spent Rs 15 more than Chandu.
iii. Eeshwar started with more money than just one another person of the group.
iv. Akshay spend the most but did not end with the least.
v. Chandu started with 66.66% of the money that Binod started with.
vi. Dev spend the least and ended with more than Akshay and Chandu.
vii. Eeshwar spent Rs 35.
Who ended with the maximum amount of money?