An Indian royal deposited £35 million in a London Bank 70 years ago– now, his 120 descendants want the money back

A battle royale appears on cards as 120 descendents of the last Nizam of Hyderabad are ready to challenge in court any move to deny them their due share in 35 million pound deposited in a London bank seven decades ago.With the UK High Court on October 2 ruling in favour of India in the 70-year-old dispute, the focus is on the legal heirs of seventh Nizam Mir Osman Ali Khan, the last ruler of Hyderabad State which acceded to India in 1948.With some reports following the court verdict suggesting that the money will go to Prince Mukarram Jah Bahadur, the titular eighth Nizam and his younger brother Muffakham Jah, other descendents of the last Asaf Jahi ruler are gearing up to claim their share.Nawab Najaf Ali Khan, one of the grandsons of Mir Osman Ali Khan, told IANS that it was he who took

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