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His body was then allegedly dumped in a nearby forest which the officers then later claimed to have recovered as the body of an heirless man.
He waived photos of children from one to four years old and he also showed to the members the photos of mutilated bodies declared as heirless.
Examples included: France, where the Commission pour I 'Indemnisation des Victimes de Spoliations (CIVS) has failed to return the vast majority of the so-called 'MNR' works (heirless works of art now residing in the French State collection and known as the 'Musees Nationaux Recuperation'); (3) Hungary and Spain which have been fighting prolonged battles with claimants (the Herzog and Cassirer cases respectively); Germany, where the difficulties are considered to be bureaucratic rather than substantive and the Netherlands where a recent change in approach has sparked significant controversy.
While talking to media, he alleged that the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) had left as heirless to the masses during flood 2011, even for saving agriculture lands and crops the PPP legislatures and leaders had turned the rainy water flow towards the city from the agriculture lands.
He said that Punjab government had established this old age home for those people who were neglected or heirless due to any cause and issue.
Speaking to journalists, Imran also criticised the state of affairs in Karachi, saying no one owned the city which is why it is like an heirless property where politics of anarchy is practiced.
PTI Chairman urged National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to launch investigation into horsetrading during Senate polls, 'The chief justice of Pakistan should take notice of the use of money in the Senate elections.' he added The PTI Chief was addressing with traders in North Karachi in the Monday's afternoon he said that the state of affairs in Karachi, saying no one owned the city which is why it is like an heirless property where politics of anarchy is practiced.
Speaking to journalists, Imran also criticized the state of affairs in Karachi, saying no one owned the city which is why it is like an heirless property where politics of anarchy is practised.
risk that it will end from an owner dying heirless. The knowledge that
Although the number of Jews in the country is now very small, significant events have occurred since 2000--a synagogue was opened in part of the Jewish Community's building in 2000, a large Holocaust Memorial Centre for the Jews of Macedonia was opened in 2011, and a law that returned property to the Jewish Community (which proved to be controversial and hard to achieve in most of the other post-Yugoslav countries) was adopted in 2002 with another one in 2007 that resolved all outstanding claims for Holocaust-era communal and heirless private property, the first law of such scope and success in a post-communist country (Deliso 2007:111).
This includes both prewar Jewish private property currently in the hands of the state and private individuals or entities, and Jewish religious and communal buildings such as synagogues, clubs and social service organizations that have never been returned to the local Jewish community The Terezin Declaration held the widely-recognised view that no state should benefit from heirless property, and that special funds should instead be allocated to needy Holocaust survivors.