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Pakistan courtroom constitutes fee to find property of Pakistan founder Jinnah, his sister

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The fee headed by retired Justice Faheem Ahmed Siddiqui was constituted on November 16 on the order of the Sindh High Court

A Pakistani courtroom has constituted a one-man fee to probe and find property and belongings left by Pakistan’s founder Mohammad Ali Jinnah and his sister Fatima Jinnah.

The fee headed by retired Justice Faheem Ahmed Siddiqui was constituted on November 16 on the order of the Sindh High Court (SHC) throughout a listening to of a 50-year-old go well with referring to the properties, together with shares, jewelry, automobiles and financial institution balances, of Jinnah and his sister.

While Jinnah handed away in September 1948, a 12 months after the creation of Pakistan, Fatima handed away in 1967 in Karachi.

The SHC Bench headed by Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan on the listening to famous that as per the go well with filed by Hussain Waliji, a relative of Fatima, all of the listed valuables and property of the brother-sister duo haven’t been found as but and apparently disappeared, whereas many different objects, which appeared in earlier stories, have been additionally lacking within the newest stock ready by an official assignee within the wake of an earlier order by the excessive courtroom.

In its October 13 order, the SHC Bench had resolved that it might pursue restoration of all of the listed property left by Jinnah and Fatima and use all power obtainable with it to deliver these property to floor.

Meanwhile, a separate case is pending within the Sindh High Court between the trustees of the Qasr-e-Fatima, generally often called Mohatta Palace, in Karachi which was owned by Fatima and the federal government, which desires to construct a medical school there.

The Mohatta Palace is presently a museum and humanities gallery.

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