Orissa HC asks woman to hand over baby to his father

Orissa HC asks woman to hand over baby to his father

Cuttack, Jan 17 (PTI) The Orissa High Court has
allowed a man to take custody of his 15-month-old son
observing that continuance of the custody of the toddler with
the mother, who is now staying separately, would be
detrimental to the child”s mental and physical development and
may also affect his psychology negatively.

The court direction came after watching a video in
which it is seen that the mother was repeatedly torturing and
beating the child mercilessly.

A Division Bench of Justices S K Mishra and Savitri
Ratho on Friday while allowing a writ of Habeas Corpus filed
by one Chakradhar Nayak of Puri district directed his wife to
hand over the baby boy to his father within seven days.

“In case of her failure to do so, the police shall
take appropriate steps in taking the child from the physical
custody of the mother and handover the child to the father”,
the high court directed.

“We found from the video that the mother was
mercilessly beating the infant on several occasions. Finding
the cruelty, torture and assault to the small boy, we directed
the police to secure the attendance of the mother along with
the child”, the high court said.

Married for over five years now, Chakradhar and
Rosalin of Paika Sahi under Gop police station have a
disturbed marital life and on one previous occasion, the man
was imprisoned briefly after his wife brought dowry charges
and domestic violence allegations. The case was, however,
closed and they were reunited following a court-initiated

The marital discord once again surfaced after the
child was born and the woman has since been staying with her
parents along with the baby.

Later when Chakradhar learnt that Rosalin is torturing
the baby and beating the infant with an aim to settle scores
with her estranged husband, he approached the high court with
a habeas corpus writ petition seeking to take possession of
his son. Having a retail shop at Bhubaneswar, Chakradhar is
now staying with his sister and brother-in-law in the capital

Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Bollyinsidestaff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI

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