Sisters claim right over Fiza’s riches
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Nearly 50 days after crores of cash and jewellery worth lakhs was recovered from late Anuradha Bali's (alias Fiza) residence and bank lockers, her three sisters have moved the court demanding release of "movable and immovable properties" belonging to Fiza (39).
A Mohali Civil Judge has asked Mohali Police to respond to the joint petition filed by Monica Sharma, Aditi Arya and Anjali Ramsoondur. Fiza was the oldest of the four sisters.
The sisters have also requested the court for transfer of ownership of the Sector 48 house where Fiza was residing.
Anuradha, a former assistant advocate general of Haryana, came into the limelight after her marriage with the then Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Chandermohan, elder son of late Haryana chief minister Bhajan Lal. They had converted to Islam after their marriage, with Anuradha becoming Fiza and Chandermohan becoming Chand Mohammad. Chand, however, divorced her within months and returned to his first wife.
Fiza's autopsy report had suggested that she had died of poisoning. The three-member medical board, which handed over the report to the SIT, had opined that Fiza had died due to poisoning by aluminium phosphide in the presence of ethyl alcohol
The Mohali Police is yet to register an FIR in the case and is investigating to find out whether Fiza committed suicide, was administered poison or was murdered.
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