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File statement of assets, legislators told

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BANGALORE: Lokayukta N. Santosh Hegde has asked legislators to file the statement of assets and liabilities for 2005-06 by June 30.

"The public servants will not receive any separate or individual notices in this regard," a Lokayukta press release said. It is the duty of legislators under Section 22 of the Karnataka Lokayukta Act to file statements declaring their assets and liabilities, the Lokayukta said.

Legislators should submit the details in Form No. 4, copies of which can be obtained from the Lokayukta office or downloaded from the website www.kar.nic.in/lokayukta. They should read the instructions carefully to avoid mistakes in filing their statements, the Lokayukta, said.

Nine have complied

Seven MLAs and two MLCs have already filed their statements. They are K. Venkatesh, A.V. Umapathi, A. Papareddy, Balaraj S., N.H. Shivashankara Reddy, A. Narayanaswamy, Y.S.V. Datta and K.C. Kondaiah.

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