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Courtier descendants’ property feud reaches court

delhi Updated: Feb 16, 2012 23:40 IST

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The great grandson of courtier Nawab Qasim Jan of Mughal emperor Shah Alam II (1728-1806), still living in his ancestral house at Ballimaran in the Walled City, has been restrained by a Delhi court to sell his ailing sister’s share in the inherited property.

Additional Senior Civil Judge NK Malhotra refused to allow Naved Yaar Khan to sell his sister’s property, dismissing his plea to lift the December 16 interim order of a civil court, restraining him from disposing it of. In the pleas, the heirs had alleged that Naved Yar had obtained the thumb impression of Rubina to sell her share of property.