In property dispute of Rs 25,000 cr, Faridkot’s late maharaja’s daughter recordsdata case towards 23 individuals for forging will

Balwant Garg

Tribune News Service

 Faridkot, July 8

In what seems to be an never-ending dispute over property, a daughter of late Maharaja Harinder Singh of the erstwhile Faridkot property has lodged a police grievance towards 23 individuals for allegedly forging the Maharaja’s will.

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The complainant, Amrit Kaur, alleged that the accused, together with a grandson of the Maharaja and a number of other attorneys, solid her father’s will in 1989 to divest her of rights within the property, which is value crores.

Amrit Kaur had not too long ago been allowed one-third share within the property after she gained a protracted authorized battle within the Punjab and Haryana High Court.

The dispute is over property value over Rs 25,000 crore.

As per the controversial will, the Maharaja had bequeathed his total property to Maharawal Khewaji Trust, which is taking care of the properties for the final over 31 years.

Amrit Kaur, a daughter of the Maharaja was allegedly disinherited by her father Maharaja Harinder Singh Brar as per the need. Harinder Singh was the final ruler of the erstwhile Faridkot state.

In a authorized combat over her proper on the property for the final about 20 years.

Amrit Kaur (84) was profitable in proving, in three judicial courts (from CJM to High Court), that the propound “will” of her father, which had “disinherited” her from the property was a faux doc ready in 1989.

Harinder Singh had died on October 16, 1989, forsaking daughters Deepinder Kaur and Maheepinder Kaur as his authorized heirs underneath the Hindu Succession Act as per the controversial will.

Maheepinder Kaur died a spinster in 2003 in Himachal Pradesh. Deepinder Kaur, who was married in a royal household of West Bengal, additionally died on November 11, 2018. The Maharaja’s lone son, Tikka Harmohinder Singh, had died earlier than him on October 13, 1981, whereas his eldest daughter, Amrit Kaur, who was allegedly disinherited, continues to be alive.

According to the need purportedly executed by Harinder Singh on June 1, 1982, Amrit Kaur was “disinherited” for marrying towards his needs.

In a grievance to the police, Amrit Kaur has accused Jai Chand Mehtab, chairman Mehrawal Khewaji Trust, Nisha, each youngsters of late Maheepinder Kaur, Lalit Mohan Gupta, chairman Faridkot Improvement Trust and 20 different members and staff of the Mehrawal Khewaji Trust of forging the doc and breach of belief.

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