AAP's Yogendra Yadav declares assets of Rs 3 crore
Senior Aam Aadmi Party leaderand Gurgaon candidate Yogendra Yadav on Thursday declared his assets to the tune of about Rs 3 crore, which includes farm land, commercial booth and sizable amount of bank deposits and Provident Funds (PF).punjab Updated: Mar 20, 2014 20:20 IST
Senior Aam Aadmi Party leaderand Gurgaon candidate Yogendra Yadav on Thursday declared his assets to the tune of about Rs 3 crore, which includes farm land, commercial booth and sizable amount of bank deposits and Provident Funds (PF).
Filing his nomination papers as APP nominee from Gurgaon on Thursday, 50-year-old Yadav, who hails from Saharanwas village in Rewari district, declared he has movable and immovable assets worth about Rs 3 crore in his and his wife Madhulika's names.
While Yogendra Yadav has movable and immovable assets worth Rs 81.43 lakh and Rs 1.32 crore respectively, his wife has movable assets of Rs 43.43 lakh and immovable assets of Rs 40 lakh.
The AAP leader has a meagre amount of Rs 2,000 as cash-in-hand, and his wife has cash worth Rs 68,800 including euros 800.
Yogendra owns a 2010-make Maruti Ritz car, whose value stands at Rs 5.43 lakh.
The couple also have sizable bank deposits and other investments in bonds.
These include Rs 26 lakh in a PF account, over Rs 6.85 lakh in Yadav's name at a UCO bank branch in Delhi, Rs 2 lakh in HDFC bank branch in Gurgaon, tax free bonds including one valued at Rs 6.56 lakh, one PPF account having Rs 7.5 lakh savings, Rs 9 lakh in post office saving scheme while wife has Rs 5 lakh worth tax free bonds, UTI-ULIP valued at Rs 3.70 lakh and GPF at Rs 6.2 lakh.
Among immovable assets, Yogendra Yadav has two acres of farm land at Rewari worth Rs 90 lakh along with a commercial booth at Rewari valued at Rs 41 lakh, while his wife has a 50 per cent share in a 1100 square feet flat in Delhi's I.P. Extension, with a value of Rs 40 lakh.
Prominent against whom Yadav is pitted from Gurgaon is BJP's Rao Inderjit Singh, who quit the Congress to join the saffron party, and Congress's Rao Dharampal.