Indian SC shows its lack of understanding child welfare once again

Indian SC asks a 7 yr. old minor who has been fatherless for over an year and likely being brainwashed if she wants to stay with mother or father to decide custody. Is this OUTRAGEOUS or what? In the process the SC overturned both US and Calcutta HC orders. WAY TO GO SC…!!!!!!!!!

Does the judiciary realize that putting a child in a situation where she has to choose between her parents is insane?

Does the judiciary realize that children too have survival instincts and in cases of parental alienation will always do whatever it takes to please the alienating parent even if that means deriding/abusing/abhorring the left behind parent?

Does the judiciary realize that its prime goal is to rule keeping in mind the welfare of the child and that children are not always the best judge of their welfare, especially minors and alienated children?

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2 responses to “Indian SC shows its lack of understanding child welfare once again

  1. welfare of the child is the paramount cosidertion. either father or mother, living in adultery should not be given custody. law should be amended to that effect in the larger interest of the society.

  2. Kunal Mukherjee

    With the visitation granted, I have been meeting my 9 year old son for 48 hrs in a year for the past 3 years in the presence of his mother. The balance 362 days his mother and her parents have the privilege of poisoning his innocent mind without any opposition from any quarters.
    What child, when asked, would NOT say that he wants to remain with his mother ?
    What child, when asked, would NOT say that he would like to have my visitations ended ?
    I applied to the District Court seeking extended visitations and requesting that a psychometric test be conducted on my son and the Court not just refused my plea but made out that I am “throwing mud” at my own son.
    You can train people to deliver Judgements but can you train people to provide Justice ?

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