I was assaulted, abused and threatened: Nimmi Singh
New Delhi, July 5 (UNI) The decade-old feud among members of the Ranbaxy Laboratories family, which allegedly began between Bhai Mohan Singh and Parvinder's family over the ownership of around 24 lakh shares of Ranbaxy, has only gotten more bitter.
This time the dispute is over trespassing of the joint property in Aurangzeb road owned by the Delhi Guest House, which is occupied by Malvinder and Shivender Singh (grandsons of Bhai Mohan Singh and sons of late Parvinder Singh) on one side, and uncle Analjit Singh, (Chairman of the Max India group) on the other.
Parvinder Singh's widow Nimmi Singh today claimed to have recognised two people from the group WHO threatened and abused her when she tried to stop them from building a wall on her property at 15 Aurengzeb road.
''Out of the huge group of 'goondas' and big bulky hooligans that abused and threatened the cameraman whom I had called to record evidence, I recognised two of them-- Yadav, Analjit's security guard and Padamsingh,'' Ms Singh told a news channel here. The Delhi High Court, in a previous order, had restrained the occupants from making any constructions on the property. However, Parvinder's family has alleged that Analjit has been carrying out construction on his part of the building, and was presently building a wall, to which Ms Nimmi Singh had opposed.
''I saw a lot of people trying to build a wall on my property.
I am a single woman and am 60 years old. I called up someone to send me a cameraman to record what was happening, so I could use the evidence in court. But this mob abused and assaulted the cameraman also and took away the footage,'' Ms Nimmi said.
The Ranbaxy shares include 4.39 lakh shares of Ranbaxy, which according to Bhai Mohan Singh's will, were jointly registered in his and Parvinder's names. Analjit Singh was the biggest beneficiary of the will, as Bhai Mohan Singh had nominated Analjit as his legal representative to continue the litigation against Ranbaxy and the legal heir of his eldest son, Parvinder Singh.
Both parties have filed criminal complaints against one another.
Before the dispute over trespassing got underway, Analjit had indicated his willingness to sort out the issue with his nephews, Malvinder and Shivender.
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