Singh, a resident of Biral village in Muzaffarnagar, currently lives in an old- age home. Besides his son, he has three daughters. He said he does not want either of his children to inherit his property and had “filed an affidavit to hand over the property to the UP governor with a request that after his death, the government opens a school or hospital on the land.”
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Speaking to TOI, the octogenarian said, “At this age, I should have lived with my son and daughter-in-law but they did not treat me well. That is why I made up my mind to transfer the property to the governor so that it can be properly utilised.”
Rekha Singh, in-charge of the old age home, said that Singh “was adamant and had filed an affidavit on Saturday to give his property away”. “He says he does not even want to let his family attend his last rites,” she added.
Meanwhile, the sub-registrar at Budhana Tehsil, Pankaj Jain, said, “The elderly man’s request has been registered. He has disclosed his residential house, 10 bighas of his farming land, and immovable assets worth Rs 1.5 crore in the affidavit. It will come into force after his demise.”
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