New ITR forms - asset declaration

New ITR forms requires to declare Land / house, Vehicle and " cash in hand". Needs to be clarified what all is included in "cash in hand ". Does it include Bank deposits, NSCs , KVP, EPF, PPF, Mutual funds, shares? more  

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yes that is what it is more  
It is mandatory for those with income above Rs.50 lakh to their disclose all moveable and immoveable investments/ assets and liabilities. more  
In principle ,cash in hand includes bank deposits and other investments as separate sub heads but the individual interpreters never disclose the hard cash ( mostly black money)kept in hidden treasures of house/ offices/lockers or elsewhere. It is very well known that sources of earnings from business of certain lines, agriculture,profession, agencies services, bribery etc have large scope to hide the illegal income from the eye of Income tax and correct information is also not revealed in ITRs. Since there is no question of voluntarily disclosure of illegal treasurers, govt should increase the number of raids on the income tax evaders every year. it is obviously seen in the society that certain people have no legal source of income but enjoying princely life with matching reputation. These examples places wrong messages in society and against hard work and morality. more  
It must be a new form applicable for the Asst year 2016-17. more  
Thanx a lot, my income is Rs3L only/ PA. I dont own a house. more  
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