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Plea to appoint receiver for Priyamvada Birla's belongings

Our Legal Correspondent

Kolkata , March 8

THE two sisters of M.P. Birla, Ms Radha Mohta and Ms Laxmi Bai Newar, today filed a fresh petition for appointment of a receiver for making inventory of the belongings of late Priyamvada Birla, lying at her residences at Kolkata, New Delhi, Mumbai and Allahabad.

It was stated in the petition that on these premises , a number of valuable articles, such as silver utensils, ivory works, gold-plated furniture, antiques, work of arts of many famous artists and many other valuables were lying, which are worth crores of rupees.

The articles should be inventorised for proper adjudication, it was submitted. Matter will be heard on Wednesday.

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