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Judge’s assets on the web

Staff Reporter

Justice D.V. Shylendra Kumar’s declaration of assets has now been put on the web.
Justice Shylendra Kumar had written an article on judges declaring their assets. The Chief
Justice of India, K.G. Balakrishnan, had reacted against the article.
On Monday, Justice Shylendra Kumar had handed over the list of his assets to the Registrar-
General of the High Court.
On Wednesday, a webpage on Google Sites — —
carried purported details of the assets of the Judge. Google Sites allows users to create and share
web pages.

Particulars of assets of Justice D V Shylendra Kumar , Judge, High Court of Karnataka

Immovable assets:

Sl Description Value
1 Immovable property bearing No 505 in Rs 3,67,900
HSR Layout, Sector-II, Bangalore, [Rs 3,22,400/-
measuring 50’x80’, allotted as per paid to BDA
allotment letter dt 5-4-2005 [Allotted in on 27-6-2005,
place of Site No 1141 located in I Stage, Rs 55,000/-
V Block, HBR Layout measuring 40’x60’ had been paid
allotted in the year 1987] earlier for the
2 Agricultural land in all measuring about site allotted in
11 acres, located in Sy Nos 1386, 20 and the year 1987]
19/2 of Sangeetha Agrahara village, Current value
Denkanikote taluk, Tamilnadu [ancestral of these assets
property allotted to his share in the family are not known
partition of the year 1976, now held as a nor relevant
HUF property] for the present
3 Agricultural land measuring about 59
cents located in Sy No 552, Jujuvadi
village, Hosur taluk, Tamilnadu
[purchased in the year 1978 for Rs purpose
Note: House property bearing Corporation No 10, 9th Cross, Park Area, Wilson
Garden, purchased in the year 1990, jointly by self and wife Smt Veena S Kumar
for Rs 7,50,000/-. My joint share in this property gifted to wife in the year 2008.
Now wife is the full owner of this property.

Movable assets:
A. Motor Vehicle:
Sl Description Value
1 Motor Car, white Maruti Zen, bearing Rs 3,55,000
Regn No KA-01 N-5675 [purchased
during February, 1996, with bank
B. Deposits & Balance in bank accounts:
Sl Description Value
1 Balance in Savings Bank in State Bank of Rs 4,93,592
India, SPB Branch, St Marks Road,
Bangalore-1 as on 31-3-2009, held jointly
with Smt Veena S Kumar; [Cheque for
US $15,000/- received from brother D V
Vishwanath residing in USA credited to
this account on 14-7-2008 – proceeds Rs
2 Loan to brother D V Subramanya Rs 1,00,000
3 Balance in savings bank with ING Vysya Rs
Bank, High Court Extension Counter, 5,74,426.47
High Court Building, Bangalore – 1 [as
on 31-3-2009]
4 Balance in F1 account with ING Vysya Rs 25,209/-
Bank, High Court Extension Counter,
High Court Building, Bangalore – 1 [as
on 31-3-2009]
5 NSS a/c in Post Office including Rs 3,96,169/-
accumulated interest as on 31-3-2009
6 Balance in PPF account at SBI Cauvery Rs
Bhavan branch as on 31-3-2009 1,52,957.30
7 Balance in GPF maintained by the office 14,23,145/-
of the Accountant General in Karnataka
[as on 31-3-2009]
8 Fixed deposit in SBI Branch, Bangalore-1 Rs 3,00,000/-
[jointly held with Smt Veena S Kumar]
C. Stocks & Debentures:
Sl Description Value
1 Ashok Leyland – 2500 shares [purchased
in the year 2008 at the rate of Rs 39.50
per share
2 Rest of the shares acquired before
assuming office as a judge)
Continental Construction Co Ltd., 150
3 Garden Silk Mills Ltd – 100 shares
4 ITDC Cementation Ltd – 100 shares
5 GWL properties – 50 shares
6 Mafathlal Dyes – 38 shares
7 Mukunda Industrial Finance Ltd – 500
8 Siemens Eq. New – 40 shares
9 Twilight Litaka Pharma Ltd – 300 shares
10 Usha Martin Info – 16 shares
11 Usha Martin Equity – 18 shares
12 Surat Textile Mills Ltd – 200 shares
13 SM Dye Chemicals Ltd – 2348 shares
14 Raymond Wollen – 100 shares
15 SBM – 2 shares
16 Bangalore City Motor Owners’ Consumer Rs 1,000/-
Cooperative Society – 10 shares of face
value of Rs 100/- each
17 Nyaya Mitra Bank – 50 shares of Rs 100/- Rs 5,000/-
18 Advocates Cooperative Society – 1 share Rs 100/-
of Rs 100/-
NOTE: particulars furnished above may not be accurate to the last paisa or to the
decimal, but are sufficient to serve the purpose for which it is furnished.