Maharaja fortune will go to his daughters

August 1, 2013

According to BBC News:

The daughters of a former Indian maharaja have won a 21-year court battle to inherit more than $4bn (£2.6bn) worth of assets.

A court in the northern city of Chandigarh said the will of Harinder Singh Brar, Maharaja of Faridkot – who died in 1989 – had been forged.

It had left his wealth in the care of a charitable trust set up by some of his servants and palace officials.

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