UK (Urdu point latest newspaper – 02 October 2019) British court announces judgment of money paid to Nizam Hyderabad Deccan, Pakistan. The court heard the funds related case for 2 weeks. The court in its judgment said that the money system is owned by Hyderabad Deccan Heritage and India.
At the time of partition India, the seventh system Hyderabad had given a million pounds to Pakistan. The money given to Pakistan was kept in a UK bank. The heritage of the system Hyderabad and India has claimed the right on the amount of £ 3.5m. The Foreign Office’s response to the British court’s decision on the System of Hyderabad Funds case has also emerged.
The Foreign Office says Pakistan is closely reviewing the British decision. The British court has rejected the claims of two main parties in the case. The decision ignored aspects of India’s forceful occupation of Hyderabad over the state. – The Foreign Office says that India occupied the state of Hyderabad beyond international law and social rule.
The system also approached the United Nations Security Council on India occupation. The issue is still pending in the Security Council. The Nizam sought the assistance of Pakistan from the government that Pakistan provided. All aspects of Pakistan’s decision. Pakistan will take further action after legal consultation. However, today a British court has heard the decision of the case given to Pakistan of Nizam Hyderabad Deccan, in which the court has said that the money system Hyderabad Deccan. Is the heritage of India and owned by India.