A 108-years old woman has to go legal way to make sure that not only her son but her daughters also inherit her property. The woman, Krishnaveniammal requested a district superintendent of police officer who has helped her get a share of her family house to her daughters in Villupuram.
According to police sources, Krishnaveniammal of Siruvandhadu village has three daughters and a son. The daughters are living with her, while the son, Ganesan, lives separately in the same village.
The elderly woman decided to give the house she is living to her three daughters. But, when she initiated the process, she came to know that her son had changed the name on the document of the house to his and cheated her. A shocked Krishnaveniammal asked him to share the property with his three sisters, to which, he refused.
Dejected by the situation, she contacted the district superintendent of police office a few weeks back and requested help to get her share of the family house for her daughters.
District SP S Radhakrishnan went to the village and inquired about the complaint raised by the centenarian. After the SP had a talk with her son Ganesan, he agreed to give a share to his sisters. Following which, a document was written and registered.
Radhakrishnan handed it over to Krishnaveniammal, as she thanked the SP for his efforts to get her the share.