Upset with sons’ behavior, Madhya Pradesh farmer wills half of his property to dog

Disappointed  by sons’ behaviour, A 50-year-old man from Madhya Pradesh’s Chhindwara district has bequeathed half his property to his dog in his will.

Om Narayan Verma, resident of Badibaba village in Chand tehsil, has four daughters and a son. But he is in no mood to leave anything for the children.

As per his will, notarized two days ago, he owns 18 acres of land which will be divided equally between his wife and his dog.

Believe it or not, Om Narayan Verma has divided his property into two halves and has named his wife and his pet dog as his legal heirs.

Despite having four daughters and a son, Om Verma is in no mood to give anything to his children as he has ‘no faith’ in them. In an interview he said:

“I have no faith in my children, so I have made my wife and my pet dog owners of the property after my death”

“I wish to give Jackie a share in my property so that he doesn’t become an orphan and he is well taken care of.”

After the dog’s death, the one who has looked after the animal will get its share of the property.

As per a report in Nai Dunia, the farmer’s first wife was identified as Dhanvanti Verma. Narayan has three daughters and a son from his first marriage. Narayan and his second wife have two daughters. 

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