- Princess Haya has to pay Rs 2,521 crore (25 251.5 million) in alimony
- 2907 crore (29 290 million) to his son Jalila Syed
- All three have to pay സുരക്ഷാ 11 million a year (Rs 110 crore) for security expenses
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Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum has ordered his sixth wife, Princess Haya bint Al Hussein, to pay Rs 2,521 crore (25 251.5 million) in alimony, according to a British court judge. In addition, Jalila (14) and Syed (9) have to pay Rs 2907 crore (29 290 million). The alimony paid to children can be more or less 29 290 million, depending on how long they live and later reconcile with the father.
In addition, Princess Haya and her minor children will have to pay സുരക്ഷാ 11 million a year (Rs 110 crore) for their security expenses. The verdict, which was handed down in November, was announced on Tuesday. Judge Philip Moore called for greater security for Haya and her children, and said that the greatest threat came from Sheikh Mohammed rather than from outside sources.
Haya moved to the UK in 2019. Subsequently, the custody of the two children was sought through a British court. Princess Haya is the daughter of the late King Hussein of Jordan. Haya says she was afraid of her husband, who ordered the forced deportation of her two daughters to the Gulf Emirate.
The court ordered Haya to pay only half of the 1. 1.4 billion he demanded. The High Court also asked them to get out of Sheikh Mohammed’s influence over him and his children. Haya came to London with her children because of problems following her relationship with one of her bodyguards. Haya had sought a divorce from Sheikh Mohammed over the issue.
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Sheikh Mohammed, 72, is the Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE. Haya, a graduate of Oxford University, competed in show jumping for Jordan at the 2000 Sydney Olympics.
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