Smriti Sen Gupta
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Clearly, the image of the ruler of Dubai and one of the world’s richest individual, Sheikh Muhammed Maktoum is at stake as his sixth wife is about to reveal “lots of bone-chilling secrets” detailing several incidents that took place inside the prison-like palaces. Although most of the media outlets are forecasting a high-climax divorce hearing on July 30 and 31st, experts are not seeing such hearings taking place. Instead, the matter would be resolved outside the court and most possibly Princess Haya is going to get an amount equivalent to slightly less than £1 billion. Meanwhile, another source told Blitz that the Dubai ruler is frantically trying to somehow get Haya returned to Dubai, although the British authorities already are planning to reject Princess Haya’s asylum petition.
Eyeing on anyhow extracting £5 billion from Sheikh Mohammed Maktoum, a greedy Princess Haya has started applying numerous tricks, which includes contacting British and international media through her representatives in Britain as well as her full brother Prince Ali Bin Hussein with the request of running offensive media propaganda against the UAE royal family. She also has been planning of launching massive propaganda on social media with the help of PR agency that helps the clients with running any campaign on Facebook and Twitter.
According to diplomatic analysists, Sheikh Muhammed Maktoum clearly is in extreme difficulty as his image as well as that of the UAE royals are in stake following Princess Haya’s fleeing the country as well the publication of news about the murder of Princess Latifa inside the royal palace in Dubai has put Sheikh Maktoum under extreme challenge. Some analysts say the case of Princess Latifa may ultimately cause in the ouster of Sheikh Maktoum from the throne.
Princess Sheikha Latifa Bint Al Maktoum murdered
In January 2019, Sheikha Shamsa Al Maktoum, daughter of the Dubai ruler died of being over-drugged. Knowing about the tragic death of her half-sister, Sheikha Latifa Al Maktoum turned extremely violent and she started screaming, shouting and had even stopped taking food. It may be mentioned here that, ever since Dubai authorities brought-back Princess Latifa with the help of Indian naval forces, she was also regularly drugged.
On February 22, 2019, at 1”30 am in the early hours, an iPhone was seized from the possession of Sheikha Latifa, which was brought to her by one of the Filipina maids. Following the seizure of the phone, Latifa went completely desperate and wild and started punching and kicking those of her maids who were trying to approach her. A scuffle between Latifa and her maids continued for several minutes. Later she was grabbed by at least five of the maids, who laid Sheikha Latifa on the floor and at the instruction of someone in the palace, Latifa was beaten mercilessly for almost an hour. At one stage, Princess Latifa begged her assaulters not to kill her and even said, she was dying. But the maids left a deaf ear and they were strictly instructed to “teach” Latifa a “lesson for life”. As Princess Latifa fell unconscious, a doctor was summoned who after checking for almost half-an-hour, declared Sheikh Latifa Al Maktoum dead.
The body remains of both the girls were secretly buried in a Dubai cemetery – and there has not been any trace of it. Their janaza took place inside the palace, where only 5-6 people participated.
Allegations of D-Company connection
There already is a serious allegation about the connection between notorious terrorist and mafia don Dawood Ibrahim’s D-Company and one of the members of the UAE royal family. Investigators though are already sanguine about this connection they are yet to know the name of the person. As the silent war between Dubai ruler Sheikh Muhammed Maktoum and his sixth wife Prince Haya Bint Al Hussein is becoming increasingly bitter, some of the investigative journalists are seeing it as the best opportunity of getting details on the connection between the UAE royals and Dawood Ibrahim’s D-Company. Once that information is revealed, the members of the United Arab Emirates ruling family may face severe consequences including international sanctions for their active role in international narcotics trafficking and money laundering.