New Delhi — Mrs. Indira Gandhi the Indian Prime Minister, assassinated last October, left 180,000 dollars in property, shares and money in her will and bequeathed it to her three grandchildren, a newspaper reported today.
In a Front Page article. “The Statesmen’ said Mrs. Gandhi owned agricultural land and a farmhouse worth Rs. 1.2 million and shares, back accounts and other movable property worth Rs. 940,000.
The paper said Mrs. Gandhi left nothing to her son Rajiv, the present Prime Minister, to his wife Sonia or to Maneka, the widow of her other son Sanjay, who died in an air crash in 1980.
The will left everything to Priyanka and Rahul, the children of Rajiv and Sonia, and to Varun, Maneka’s son.
Article extracted from this publication >> May 17, 1985