Shikhar Dhawan will be able to meet his son after 3 years, the court said - mother alone has no right over the child - Newztezz Online

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Shikhar Dhawan will be able to meet his son after 3 years, the court said - mother alone has no right over the child

Indian Cricketer Court Case: Cricketer Shikhar Dhawan has got a big relief from a family court in Delhi. Now after 3 years he will be able to meet his son Zoravar who is currently living in Australia.

New Delhi: Team India's star cricketer Shikhar Dhawan has got a big relief from the court. Delhi's Patiala House Court has asked cricketer Shikhar Dhawan's estranged wife Ayesha Dhawan to bring their 9-year-old child to India to meet the family. Observing that a single mother has no right over the child, the Family Court at Patiala House in Delhi recently ordered cricketer Shikhar Dhawan's estranged wife Ayesha Mukherjee to bring their nine-year-old son to India.

Judge Harish Kumar also pulled up Ayesha for objecting to bringing the child to India, as he was told that Shikhar Dhawan's family had not met the child since August 2020. For your information, after the divorce of the Dhawan couple, there is a dispute regarding the custody of the child.

Divorce case is also going on

For this, legal cases have been started both in India and Australia (where the child lives with Ayesha). Initially it was decided to meet the family on 17th June. However, Ayesha objected to this and said that the child would not be able to go to school. Keeping this in mind, the program was fixed for July 1 due to the closure of the child's school. However Ayesha objected to the re-planned ceremony, arguing that it would be a flop show as most of the family members were not consulted before deciding the date.

Shikhar has not met the child since 2020

The Court observed that even if the petitioner did not possibly consult other members of his extended family, what would be the result – such a get-together could be a flop, as many of his family members did not turn up for the party, but The petitioner and his parents will get an opportunity to meet the child.

The petitioner's child has not come to India since August, 2020 and the petitioner's parents and other family members have not got a chance to meet the child. The desire of the petitioner to meet his child with the grandparents cannot be called unreasonable.

'Why doesn't the child want to meet the father and relatives?'

The court said that Ayesha has not been able to give sufficient grounds as to why she did not want the child to meet the Dhawan family. The court said why it does not want the child to be repeatedly introduced to the petitioner's house and his relatives in India. Therefore, in this situation when the child has school leave, the intention of the petitioner to keep the child in India for a few days cannot be said.

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