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The lonely death of Ali Raza, a prince who died a pauper

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Brahmanyan

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Here is the news of pathetic end of a Prince carried by Economic Times.

A life of isolation

Begum Wilayat Mahal moved into a 14th-century building with her two children in 1985 and chose a life of isolation.

The last member of her family, son Ali Raza, quietly passed away in September, alone and unwept.
Please read the full account in the following URL:
http://www.ecoti.in/ch4AFZ
Brahmanyan
Bangalore.
 

tbs

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hi

i think there a wakf board to protect masjids/muslim public properties...they would have helped them...
 
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Brahmanyan

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hi

i think there a wakf board to protect masjids/muslim public properties...they would have helped them...

As per the news item no one seems to have helped this erstwhile members of Royal family of Awadh or Oudh.


Prince' Of Oudh Dies Lonely In His Jungle Palace In Heart Of Delhi
Ali Raza death was discovered only when a police team from Nagaland, posted near the Malcha Mahal, told them he had not been spotted roaming the jungles for a while.
The full coverage of the news item available in the following URL:

Prince' Of Oudh Dies Lonely In His Jungle Palace In Heart Of Delhi

https://search.app.goo.gl/tBbx

Brahmanyan
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