The swon in an affidavit filed by the Chief Minister Davendra Fadnavis before the returning officer today, however, again didn’t mention the two cases against the BJP candidate that dragged him before the court by a Nagpur-based lawyer, Satish Ukey, a few years ago.
The two cases which Fadnavis did not mention in his election affidavit of 2014 are “summary case no. 232 of 1996 (u/s 500 of IPC — defamation) and regular criminal case no. 343 of 2003 under various sections of IPC, both pending before Nagpur courts”.
Ukey had also challenged Fadnavis’s election on the same ground — filing of a false election affidavit — before the Bombay High court in 2014, which was dismissed on August 19, 2015.
Fadnavis, however, admitted that a Special Leave Petition (SLP) was filed before the Supreme Court challenging the High Court verdict in his favour and the apex court has set aside the Order of High Court and directed the JMFC to proceed with the cases.
The affidavit further said that the gross value of Davendra Fadanvis is Rs 46,94,634 while Amruta Devendra Fadnavis gross worth is Rs 3.39,58,741. She has debentures and shares worth Rs 2,33,36,308 in her name while that of Devendra Fadnavis’s Nagpur real estate current market value is Rs 3,78,29,000 which excludes agricultural land worth Rs 81,6000 and the gross total her property is valued at Rs 46,94,634. Devendra Fadnavis has taken a hand loan from Amruta Fadnavis to the tune of Rs 62,00,000, the Sworn in affidavit before the Returning Officer, said, today. Devendra Fadnavis does not have any shares and debentures.
The insurance policies are worth Rs 14,00,319 in favour of Devendra and Rs 5,92,607 in name of Amruta. Devendra has Gold ornaments worth Rs 17,40,150 while Amruta has gold valued at Rs 34,80,300. The cash in hand of Devendra is Rs 17,700 while that of Amruta is Rs12,500.
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