Sir, my name is Daisy Jones. I am from Jaipur and run my own boutique. My father is a businessman. My father was only 15 years old when his father or my grandfather passed away. My father has two brothers and 4 sisters. Three sisters were already married when my grandfather died. My grandfather owned his own property and shared no any part with his brothers or any family member. As no any elder had handled our family, it was hard to survive in that condition and papa couldn't continue his studies. He left the studies and decided to take the responsibility of two brothers, one sister and his mother. My grandfather had not left any cash, what he left was a loan of around Rs. 2 lakhs. My father continued the old business of grandfather and let his fourth sister marry. He himself got married after few years. After almost 4 years he took a loan and set up a new business as the old business was not fruitful anymore. My both uncles helped my father not financially but only looked after the business in my father's absence. Soon both uncles got married and whole expenditure was given from my father's business. Our condition was not so good and he has to bear whole expenditure on 13 family members (Children of all three brothers too) and any rituals or customs related with in-laws of four sisters and their children marriage programs from time to time. My both uncles took money from my father and started their own business. Now they are refusing to give the borrowed money back to my father, saying that they had helped in my father's business and this borrowed money is their share in business. Both uncles had not invested a single coin in my father's business nor my father took from my grandfather's share. The whole money was taken on loan by him. Then how can my uncles ask about their share in business. If they helped in business then they got wages in the form of food, clothes and all luxury for them, their wife and children, then why should they ask for share in my father's business? My father asked for his money a lot of times but both uncles refused to give back. Both uncles and their wives acquired sympathy from rest of our family by telling repeated lies that they have a share in my father's business and my all buaji are against my father now. Are they right or my father is right?? Second thing, if they have a share in my grandfather's property then they should also bear a share in the loan left by him with interest. Am I correct Sir?? What should we have to do Sir in order to get our rights??