The 90-year-old former law minister said his father Vishwamitra had bought shares of AJL and the decision to transfer the ownership of AJL to Young Indians was taken without the consent of the share holders.

"As Associated Journals is concerned, this company had been formed by large number of patriotic people which includes my father also. And, therefore they (the shareholders) have the right to decide on how this company should be run,” Bhushan said.
"All these facts have to be ascertained after looking at the records of the Company and Registrar of Companies. We will have to get signatures of all the heirs because when my father died he left a widow and 10 children," Shanti Bhushan stated.

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