A widow thrown out of house and her jewelry and other movable property usurped by brother-in-law. She complained to Nation Commission for Woman that brother-in-law has illegally and forcefully grabbed all movable property and threatening her every now and then. Police from local police station came for inquiry; no serious action was taken against him. Then his family attacked this widow and she got injured, she lodged a F.I.R but again matter was settled without any strict action against him.
Then he played the trick to grab her immovable property too. Her husband died intestate and mother-in-law was alive. As widow was already thrown out of house, the aged mother-in-law was dependent on him. He took the advantage of window’s absence and he used this opportunity to convinced/forced the aged mother to make a “will” of whole property in his favor. This mother-in-law is also died 2 years back. The window was not aware of this “will” for long time.
Now on which grounds “will” should be challenged? PLEASE SUGGEST!!!!!!!