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@Ramakant-P posted:

Hoyte defended Burnham's wife the right to stay on the property.  The Government did not own Burnham's Property.   Burnham bought the Property from the Government which was worth $250,000 for only $7000.

That is the land at the back of the Botanical Gardens. It had an old house that the man who used to take care of the cows for Burnham lived. Hoyte gave Burnham wife 2 months to move out of the Residence next  to the zoo. She move her stuff in the two months to Belfield house that Burnham was renting as his country residence. Burnham wife never stayed in the house on the farm. Prashad saw the house from the outside. It was an old broken down house. The farm at the back of the Botanical gardens that Burnham was leasing also had the heard of water buffalo that Indira Gandhi gave Burnham.

Last edited by Prashad

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