Descendants of the overdue Jat king Mahendra Pratap Singh have demanded the Aligarh Muslim College (AMU) to go back the land given to the college by means of the overdue freedom fighter, because the 90 yr rent for it has now expired.
The college’s educational council has arrange a committee underneath vice-chancellor, professor Tariq Mansoor, to seem into the problem. The committee will provide its document within the subsequent assembly of the council.
In a letter to AMU, the descendants of the overdue king have stated the college’s ‘Tikonia Park’ and town college were constructed at the land given on rent. With the length of the rent now over, they argue, the land will have to be passed again to them.
They’ve additionally demanded that town college constructed at the land be named after Mahendra Pratap Singh. In 2018 as smartly, calls for had been made to rename AMU after him as a row erupted over a portrait of Mohammad Ali Jinnah within the college.
Mahendra Pratap Singh was once an alumnus of the Mohammedan Anglo Oriental Faculty, which later was the AMU. In 1929, he donated 3.04 acres of land to the college.