Ranbaxy property row shifts to HC
The two factions fighting over the property had earlier filed separate complaints with the police.india Updated: Jul 12, 2006 12:27 IST
The public bickering in the Ranbaxy promoter family over the palatial family house in the heart of the capital has now shifted to the Delhi High Court with the company's CEO Malvinder Singh filing a suit to restrain his uncle and Max Healthcare Chief Analjit Singh from converting the lease hold property into a free hold property.
The suit further sought an injunction to restrain Analjit Singh and his associates from going ahead with any fresh construction on the disputed house located at the 15 Aurangazeb Road.
However, Justice Reva Khetrapal before whom the matter came up for hearing posted the matter for hearing to July 10 before another Bench.
The two factions fighting over the property had earlier filed separate complaints with the police, in which Analjit Singh's sister-in-law Nimmi Singh accused the former of attacking and intimidating her through his goons.
Analjit Singh on his part while denying the allegations claimed that the entire property was owned by the Delhi Guest House Private Limited.