Amrita Singh Dehradun Property Dispute: Uttarakhand Police Refuses to Interfere in the Matter, Actress to Fight it Out in the Court
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A couple of days ago, we told you that Amrita Singh and Sara Ali Khan have lodged a complaint stating that their Clement Town property is protected from a land mafia and also put up a board claiming that the land belongs to them. Now, experts have confirmed that Amrita will take the legal course and fight the battle in court with aunt Tahira Bimbat by her side since the Utarakhand police have refused to interfere in the matter. For those who came in late, the person who was staying in the Dehradun house owned by Amrita, was suffering from cancer. His name was Madhusudan and he passed away on Saturday. That's when the land dispute issue came up.

Police officials say that Madhusudan's father, who was an Air Force officer, had bought the property in 1969. After the death of his parents, Madhusudan, who was unmarried, was staying alone in the Clement Town property. Amrita Singh is the daughter of Rukhsana Sultana, who is the daughter of Madhusudan's father from his first divorced wife. Rukhsana Sultana was known for her close links with the then Congress leader Sanjay Gandhi during the Emergency period. After divorcing his first wife, Madhusudan's father married Asha Bimbat with whom he fathered both Madhusudan and Tahira. Sara Ali Khan and Mother Amrita Singh Approach Dehradun Police over Property Dispute Case.

Khushi Ram, the caretaker of the property, has also lodged a complaint with the police pleading protection of the Dehradun property. A report in Network 18 reads that Amrita reached there, cremated her maternal uncle’s body after his death and then allegedly entered the bungalow with Sara. And that’s when the caretaker approached the police and stated the old man had locked the property and hence, no one could enter. Imtiaz Ali Reveals He is Unsure About Sara Ali Khan and Kartik Aryan in Love Aaj Kal Remake and We Are Keeping Our Fingers Crossed!

The is treading a cautious path and has ruled out any probe by the Special Task Force (SIT). "This is a civil court property dispute and we will not interfere in the matter," said Director General of Police (DGP) Anil Raturi. However, the police officials who received complaints from Amrita Singh and Khushi Ram said they were examining them and would file a final report in the civil court. Police are also verifying reports that Madhusudan had left a will in which he wanted to handover the property to a trust.