‘Alone mother has no right over child…’, court orders Shikhar Dhawan’s wife to bring son to India

Shikhar Dhawan: Indian cricketer Shikhar Dhawan’s son Zoravar is also living with his mother in Australia after his separation from his wife Ayesha Mukherjee.

Meanwhile, a family court in Delhi has given a big decision. The court has ordered cricketer Shikhar Dhawan’s estranged wife Ayesha to bring their nine-year-old son to India.

In fact, the court has given this verdict saying that the mother alone has no right over the child, and has ordered Ayesha Mukherjee to bring her nine-year-old son to India.

Shikhar and his family have not met the child since August 2020. According to the information received, the court has also reprimanded him for not meeting the child.

A case is going on between cricketer Shikhar Dhawan and his wife Ayesha regarding divorce and custody of the child. Meanwhile, a Delhi court has ordered Dhawan’s nine-year-old son to be brought back to India.

Ongoing Cases Regarding Divorce And Child Custody

A case is going on between Shikhar Dhawan and his wife Ayesha regarding divorce and custody of the child. Earlier, Dhawan had filed an application in the court, in which he alleged that Ayesha was trying to tarnish his image.

Meanwhile, now the court has given a big order to send their child to India. There are legal cases filed between the two in both India and Australia.

Judge Harish Kumar has given this decision. However, Ayesha objected to bringing the child at that time, arguing that he would not be able to attend school.

Thereafter considering the fact that the child’s school would remain closed during this period, Ayesha again objected, arguing that the majority of the family members were not consulted before fixing the date.

The judge said that Ayesha had not been able to provide sufficient ground as to why she did not want the child to meet the Dhawan family.

The order said, ‘Why she does not want the child to be acquainted with the petitioner’s house and her relatives in India.

Therefore, in this situation when the child is on school leave, the wish of the petitioner to keep the child in India for a few days cannot be said to be unrealistic. Especially when the child is comfortable with the petitioner.

The judge noted that on the one hand, Ayesha claims to understand the important role played by Dhawan in the life of the child and on the other hand she is objecting to bringing the child to meet his father and grandparents.

The judge observed that ‘if the father has an important role to play in the life of the child, it is equally important for him to provide opportunities to him so that he can inculcate in the child the values he considers important.’

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