Hyderabad: Nizam’s grandson lodges FIR against cousin | Hyderabad: Nizam’s grandson lodges FIR against cousin

Hyderabad, 17 November (IANS). Nawab Najaf Ali Khan, grandson of Nizam (VII) Mir Osman Ali Khan, on Tuesday used his illegal certificate of succession in the Bitish High Court in the Nizam Fund case against his cousin Nawab Mir Bark Ali alias Prince Mukarram Jah in Hyderabad Police FIR has been lodged.

Najaf Ali Khan has also lodged an FIR against Prince Mukarram Jah’s ex-wife Era Berzin Jah and his brother Prince Muftakham Jah.

Najaf Ali Khan met Hyderabad Police Commissioner Anjani Kumar to hand over the complaint alleging that the economic offense involved fraud, forgery, misrepresentation, false and fabricated evidence for manipulating the Nizam’s property. Accused of being used.

The complaint said, “We have made a complaint to the Commissioner of Police, including details of the use of illegal certificate of succession in the High Court of Britain in the Nizam Fund case issued by the Government of India on 27-02-1967 to Nawab Mir Barkat Ali Khan alias Prince Mukarram Jah of India” Sampi, who has shown himself to be the sole heir of the Nizam (VII). He, along with the other accused, fraudulently used the certificate to harm the rest of the legal heirs of the seventh Nizam of Hyderabad.

He said that we informed him that the insertion of Article 363A in the Constitution of India under the 26th Amendment Act, 1971, invalidated that certificate. Prince Mukarram Jah is not the ruler of Hyderabad. He is his grandfather H.E.H. Nawab Sir Mir Osman Ali Khan did not succeed Bahadur and he is just like any ordinary citizen of India. Therefore, the personal law of inheritance applies to the case of inheritance.

Nawab Najaf Ali Khan, who is the president of the Nizam Family Welfare Association and one of the more than 100 heirs of Nizam VII’s estate, sought protection for him and family members, saying he was being threatened.

He argued that on the basis of this certificate, a British court last year ordered that 3.5 crore British pounds (Rs 333 crore) in cash should be distributed between the Government of India and Mukarram Jah and his brother Muftakham Jah.

He told IANS that the Commissioner of Police has assured to look into the petition and hand it over to the legal team for further action.



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