She further mentioned in the affidavit that the gold articles as mentioned by her in the affidavit is lying in the Karnataka treasury. This was the gold that was seized in connection with the disproportionate assets case.
In the affidavit, she mentioned that she had silver articles weighing 1,250 of silver. The silver has been valuated at Rs 3,12,50,000.
The gold would continue to remain with the Karnataka treasury until the disposal of the disproportionate assets case. While the trial court had convicted her, the Karnataka High Court had acquitted her.
An appeal had filed in the Supreme Court challenging the acquittal. If the Supreme Court upholds the verdict of the trial court then the gold would be returned to the treasury of the state of Tamil Nadu.
As per her affidavit, Jayalalithaa stated that she had assets worth Rs 1,13,73,38,586 and liabilities of Rs 2,04,02,987. The cash in hand was declared at Rs 41,000.
Among the cars declared are an Ambassador worth Rs 10,000. Mahindra Jeep worth Rs 10,000 a Mahindra Bolero valued at Rs 80,000, Tempo Traveller worth Rs 80,000 and a Swaraj Mazda Maxi worth Rs 10,000. The other vehicles are a Contessa worth Rs 5,000, Tempo Trax worth Rs 30,000, 2 Toyota Prados worth Rs 20 lakh each.