1. The Querist is partially right in stating "please go throughly through benami transaction act normal rule is any suit to recover property held benami is not maintainable".
2. The name of the Act is not Benami Transaction Act but ' The Benami Transactions (Prohobition) Act,1988 which is applicable from the year 1988 and any benami transaction made after enactment of the act in the year 1988 is illegal for which, in such cases, the suit to recover the property from the Benalder is not maintenable,
3. However, in the instant case, the property was purchased in the year 1982 when benami transaction was legal for which you can very well claim your share in the property since the consideration for buying the property was paid by your father as your brother was infant at that time,
4. While considering whether a property is benami or not, the Court is usually guided by the following circumstances
a) the source from which the purchase money came,
b) the nature and possession of the property, after the purchase,
c) motive, if any, for giving the transaction a benami colour,
d) the position of the parties and relationship, if any, between the claimant and the alleged benamdar,
e) the custody of the title Deeds after the sale, and
f) the conduct of the parties concerned in dealing with the property after the sale.
(Rajinder prashad Malik Vs. Shanti Devi Malik A.I.R. 2003 P & H.26),
5. Based on the above you can very well file a partition suit claiming your share of the property owned by your father purchased in the Benam of your elder brothers,
6. It is a good case to win.