Ahead of TN elections, Jayalalithaa declares assets worth Rs 113.73 cr
AIADMK supremo and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on Monday declared assets worth Rs 113.73 crore, Rs.3.40 crore less than what she had declared last year.
Chennai: AIADMK supremo and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on Monday declared assets worth Rs 113.73 crore, Rs.3.40 crore less than what she had declared last year.
She has movable assets, total value of which is Rs 41.63 crore and immovable properties valued at Rs 72.09 crore and the total value is Rs 113.73 crore, according to the affidavit filed by her to contest from Radhakrishnan Nagar Assembly constituency here.
She has Rs 41,000 cash in hand, listed Rs 2.04 crore as liabilities and declared agriculture in the profession-occupation column, it said.
In the 2015 bypoll in the same R K Nagar seat, she had declared total assets of Rs 117.13 crore, which included Rs 45.04 crore of movable and Rs 72.09 crore of immovable assets.
In the 2011 assembly election, while contesting from Srirangam constituency, she had declared assets of Rs 51.40 crore. In 2006 polls, the value was Rs 24.7 crore.
In the column on investment in companies, she said "various deposits and shares with companies have been seized by the police and with the custody of the court in case relating to Spl C C No 208 of 2004 on the file of 36th Additional City Civil and Sessions Court, (Special Court) Bengaluru."
The reference is with regard to the disproportionate assets case against her. "As the possession is not with me, the value could not be ascertained," she said.
Jayalalithaa's residence in upscale Poes Garden 'Veda Nilayam' spread over 24,000 square feet with a built up area of 21,662 square feet is valued at Rs 43.96 crore. She, along with her mother, bought the property for Rs 1.32 lakh in 1967.
She owns 14.50 acres of farm land in Jeedimetla village in Ranga Reddy district in Telangana and 3.43 acres in Cheyyur Village in Kancheepuram village in Tamil Nadu. She had purchased the property in Telangana in 1968 along with her mother Sandhya and the Cheyyur property in 1981.
She owns four commercial buildings, including one each here and in Hyderabad.
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