Sara Ali Khan And Mother Amrita Singh Reach Out to Dehradun Police Claiming Rights Over Disputed Property Worth Crores – Sara And Mom Amrita Reach Dehradun to Claim Rights on Property Worth Crores
Actor Sara Ali Khan and her mother Amrita Singh have reportedly approached Dehradun Police claiming rights over disputed property. According to a report in News18, the mother-daughter duo went to Dehradun on Saturday, January 19, and talked to the Police mentioning that the disputed property worth crores belong to them. The said property is sprawled around 1600 square feet area in the outskirts of the city.
A police official confirmed the news to the website and revealed that Amrita and Sara first performed the final rites of her uncle who used to live in the property and then allegedly entered the bungalow. The man said, “Amrita’s maternal uncle Madhusudan Bimbet lived in Dehradun’s disputed property as the suit over the title is pending in court. On Saturday he died of cancer. Amrita came to Doon with Sara Ali, cremated her maternal uncle’s body and then both allegedly entered the bungalow”. The official refused to be named considering it’s a ‘high profile’ case.
Another man who was taking care of Amrita’s uncle for the last three years also reached out to the Police and mentioned that the deceased had locked down the property as he wanted no one to enter. In his application to the police, the man named Madhusudhan mentioned that no one came there to take care of the uncle when he was suffering and now that he is gone, people are claiming their rights over the property. The news report quoted him saying, “Nevertheless, none came to see Madhusudan when he needed most and after he died suddenly these people have turned up claiming property belongs to them”.
Further, talking to the website, senior superintendent of police (SSP) Nivedita Kukreti said that since matter is already sub judice, the role of police is “only confined to maintain law and order”. Neither Sara nor Amrita have spoken on the matter yet.