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This war is continuing for the past 72 years

London: This war is not conventional war or war on cricket pitch.

As we know that India had four successive wars with Pakistan.

All won by India. But there is other means of war whcich continues.

One is terrorism. The second battle continues in the cricket field.

Long ago there was a third front, which was a field of hockey.

But now it is almost finished because now no more attention is given to this game.

Apart from these, this war of Pakistan and India is also legal, which has been running in the British court for the last 72 years.

This war of legal rights matter is actually the property of the Nizam of Hyderabad.

Both the countries have their claim on this property.

Legal dispute has continued for the last 72 years.

It is expected that the decision of this matter will come shortly.

After partition of 1047, Nizam Usman Ali Khan of Hyderabad had deposited Rs 308 crores in a London bank through Habib Ibrahim Rahimtala, who was the High Commissioner to Pakistan.

Then it was a situation that Hyderabad would remain with India or Pakistan, it was not decided.

The dispute continued till then, while the principality of Hyderabad decided to merge in India.

Now there is hope for a decision in favor of India on this matter.

This is because the eighth Nizam Prince Mukram Jah and his younger brother Mufakham Jeh has joined hands with the Indian government in a legal battle against the Pakistan government regarding deposits in London’s Netwest Bank plc.

The verdict in this property can be taken in six weeks.

The descendants of the pro-India Nizam claim that they have this right over them.

The case is going on in the court of Justice Marcus Smith, as pakisthan High Commissioner in Britain vs. Seven others (descendants of the Nizam, the Government of India and the President of India).

The idea of depositing money in the bank was that the country in which the Nizam will be involved, the money will be owned by the same country.

This war was continuing for 72 years on which the decision has now been decided.

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