New Delhi: BJP chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi on Wednesday declared movable and immovable assets worth over Rs 11.65 crore belonging to her and her husband.
In her affidavit filed along with nomination papers for the Delhi Assembly elections from Krishna Nagar constituency, Bedi has mentioned no case is pending against her in any court.
Bedi also said in her affidavit that she has movable and immovable assets worth Rs 11,04,02,677 while the assests of both these types of her husband is worth Rs 61,35,528.
She has declared movable assests at Rs 3,14,02,677, including 5 gms of gold worth Rs 25,000 while her husband has a total of Rs 32,85,528.
In her affidavit, she said she has three flats--at Dwarka, Uday Park in Delhi and at Gautam Buddh Nagar of UP and the total value of these flats has been put at Rs 6.05 crore.
The former IPS officer, who owns a Maruti 800 car, has agricultural land in two locations - one in Pune and another in Gurgaon.
The value of the land in Pune has been put at Rs 1.60 crore while the one in Gurgaon at Rs 25 lakh.
Bedi's husband owns an agricultural land in Amritsar worth Rs 28.50 lakh, according to the affidavit.
In the affidavit, she has mentioned cash Rs 55,750 in hand and while her husband has Rs 15,500 in cash.
The affidavit also said she has a fixed deposit worth Rs 2.10 crore while she has Rs 25,43,852 in her four saving bank accounts.
She has declared a total income in 2013-14 at Rs 67,15,464 while her husband's income in that period was not shown as it was below taxable income.