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Wednesday, 2 September 2009

Royal, Illegal SQUATTER in Government property in New Delhi: Gayatri Devi's legal heirs surrender her ministerial bungalow


It is shocking that an erstwhile Royal has been hoodwinking the Government and all of us tax-payers with Royal tantrums.

And, Squatting in Prime Goverment property like a BEGGAR, decades after completing her term as Member of Parliament.

Luckily, she has not decided to be buried in the SQUATTER'S COLONY created by her in Delhi---and did not bequeath the Government property to her loyal servants.

May God rest her soul! The pretty, pretty, Royal, who lived a honourable life and gave India Royal photographs (sic)!


Royal, Illegal SQUATTER in Government property in New Delhi: Gayatri Devi's legal heirs surrender her ministerial bungalow
1 Sep 2009
NEW DELHI: A month after her death, legal representatives of Gayatri Devi, former Queen Mother (???No. 3) of Jaipur, today handed over the possesion to the Government of the ministerial bungalow in New Delhi occupied by her earlier.

During the proceeding of the Delhi High Court, a counsel appearing for the Gayatri Devi's legal representatives handed over the keys of 91, Lodhi Estate bungalow to Additional Solicitor General A S Chandiok, appearing for the government.

Justice Sanjeev Khanna also directed the servants of late queen mother residing in the bungalow to vacate it in a week. The servants had moved an application in this matter seeking a stay over the vacation.

On August 3, queen mother's legal representatives had informed the court about their decision to vacate the bungalow.

They also have requested the court to consider request to drop proceedings initiated by the government under the Public Premises (Eviction of Unauthorised Occupants) Act, 1971 for not evicting the ministerial bungalow.

Late Gayatri Devi had filed a civil suit in 2003 challenging the Ministry of Urban Development's directive to vacate the ministerial bungalow alloted to her.

The court had passed an interim order in her favour restraining the government in 2003.

The court has listed the matter on September 11 for next hearing.

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