Attempt to grab property of former royal family: 100 crore property in Hathroi village of Jaipur was sold for Rs 20 crore with fake documents, tried to sell it earlier also

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The former royal family of Jaipur is once again in discussion about the property dispute. A case of selling 100 crores property of former royal family for Rs 20 crores with fake documents has come to light. Fake documents were made before the land. After this, he got a deal done for 20 crores. The property matter is already pending in the court. On behalf of the Rajmata Padmini Devi, MP and princess Diya Kumari and Padmanabh Singh of Jaipur royal family, caretaker Thakur Narayan Singh has given a report at Banipark police station.

Khasra number 428 owned by former Maharaja Sawai Bhavani Singh was in village Hathori. After his death on 16 April 2011, the property was owned by Rajmata Padmini Devi, Diya Kumari and Padmanabha Singh. The royal family has assets worth about Rs 100 crore in Hathori village.

deed in the name of wife
Thakur Narayan Singh says that by making property documents, the accused Harendrapal Singh got the land registration done and made the sale deed on the stamp paper in the name of his wife Rupalata. After this, Abhishek along with Vijay sold the real estate firm owner Ashish Aggarwal. He says that Ashish Aggarwal is also fully aware about the property that Harendrapal Singh has sold the property with forged documents. Despite this, the property was bought and dealt.

A report was filed on behalf of the royal family about the property even earlier. Then Harendrapal Singh along with his father Rao Chandrapal Singh tried to usurp it. The matter regarding the property is still pending in the court. As soon as the royal family came to know about the fraudulent sale of the property, a case was registered in Bani Park.


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