After 76 years, the woman got justice from the Indian court

Mumbai: An Indian court has ruled in favor of a 93-year-old woman after the longest hearing of the case for 76 years and ordered her property to be returned.

According to details, the Bombay High Court yesterday directed the Maharashtra government to return possession of two flats in south Mumbai to a 93-year-old woman owner, Alice D’Souza, 76 years after they were claimed in 1942.

Indian media According to the report After the said court decision, this property dispute that has been going on for the last eight decades has come to an end.

According to the report, the building was taken over by the government on 28 March 1942 under the then Defense of India Act. Under this act, the British Empire was allowed to seize private property.

The court ruled that despite a de-requisition order being passed in July 1946, the said flats were never returned to their owner, Alice D’Souza.

Alice D’Souza, the owner of the flats, in her petition sought a direction to the Maharashtra government and the Collector of Mumbai to implement the de-requisition orders of July 1946 and hand over the possession of the flats to them. are in possession of the official’s legal heirs.

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