January 19, 2022

Grandma S Bond with Grandchild Special But She Can Not Replace Parents: Bombay HC


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The Bombay High Court on Wednesday ruled the custody of a 12-year-old girl from Nashik, saying that Nani has a special love for her granddaughter, but that caress cannot take the place of her parents. With this, the court gave the girl’s custody to her parents.

A couple from Nashik approached the High Court earlier this year. The couple approached the High Court to take their child with them. He told the court that the health of the girl’s mother had worsened. The doctor had advised Bedrest completely, so in 2019, she came to her mother’s house in Nashik for some time with her baby girl.

During this time the girl’s education was not missed, so she was admitted to a school in Nashik. By the 2020-20 academic session, the woman recovered from her health, so she made preparations to return to her home in Pune, but due to the global epidemic corona virus, she had to stay in Nashik. In May 2020, the woman returned to Pune and the girl was admitted to a school in Pune, the girl taking online classes while living in Nashik during the Kovid era.

Granny adopted this trick for granddaughter
The couple arrived in Nashik after some time to bring their baby girl back to Pune, when her grandmother refused to send the baby girl. Not only this, Nani used the Police and Child Welfare Committee to keep the child with her. The nanny told the police and the child welfare committee that the marital relationship between the child’s parents is not normal, which is affecting the 12-year-old innocent and it is not good for the girl, in such a situation, the child should remain with the nanny Will be fine The couple then moved the court to get the custody of the girl child.

The Bombay High Court bench headed by Justice SS Shinde and Manish Pitle accepted the couple’s plea and handed over the girl’s custody to her parents. The couple had argued in court to take the girl with them that the girl’s father is in a senior position in a multinational company, while the nanny is not educated nor her financial status is good, in such a situation the child’s physical, moral and He needs to be with his parents for intellectual development, good upbringing and a good future.

The Bombay High Court on Wednesday ruled the custody of a 12-year-old girl from Nashik, saying that Nani has a special love for her granddaughter, but that caress cannot take the place of her parents. With this, the court gave the girl’s custody to her parents.

A couple from Nashik approached the High Court earlier this year. The couple approached the High Court to take their child with them. He told the court that the health of the girl’s mother had worsened. The doctor had advised Bedrest completely, so in 2019, she came to her mother’s house in Nashik for some time with her baby girl.

During this time the girl’s education was not missed, so she was admitted to a school in Nashik. By the 2020-20 academic session, the woman recovered from her health, so she prepared to return to her home in Pune, but had to stay in Nashik due to the global epidemic corona virus. In May 2020, the woman returned to Pune and the girl was admitted to a school in Pune, the girl taking online classes while living in Nashik during the Kovid era.

Granny adopted this trick for granddaughter

The couple arrived in Nashik after some time to bring their baby girl back to Pune, when her grandmother refused to send the baby girl. Not only this, Nani used police and child welfare committee to keep the girl with him. The nanny told the police and the child welfare committee that the marital relationship between the child’s parents is not normal, which is affecting the 12-year-old innocent and it is not good for the girl, in such a situation, the child stays with the nanny Will be fine The couple then moved the court to get the custody of the girl child.

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