Punjab: The importance of mothers in a child's life

The Punjab and Haryana high court ruled that the presence of the mother in a childs life is of primary importance . The House of Commons has accepted these orders while dismissing a petition brought by the husband of a woman Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) official .

CHANDIGARH: The Punjab and Haryana high court ruled that the presence of the mother in a child's life is of primary importance unless it can be shown that she is unable to take care of the child's everyday needs.The House of Commons has accepted these orders while dismissing a petition brought by the husband of a woman Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) official who was seeking custody of his son, who was suffering from a traumatic disease.In the present scenario, the child's mental and physical well-being is to be examined.The mother is an CRPF worker and has the financial resources to obtain the best possible care for her child, which is being accessed by PGIMER, Chandigarh.

Even otherwise, the child is about five years old, and the presence of the mother in his life is of paramount importance at this age...The HC has ordered.The HC was of the opinion that by concealing facts from the husband, the HC could refuse to hear any complaint by deliberately suppressing material facts and not approaching with clean hands.While reviewing Ashwani Kumar's habeas corpus petition in Noida, Justice Jasjit Singh Bedi has complied with his orders.

In 2013, the two men got married in Delhi and had two sons.In his complaint, the husband stated that he was forbidden from entering the CRPF residential campus and that he is not allowed to visit and see their minor children.The wife informed the HC that she is in a good spot as an employee of the CRPF and that she has the means to cover the child's daily needs, and that in fact, the petitioner is not even paying the children's maintenance.The petitioner was found to have not disclosed in the petition that he had already used his alternative and cost-effective remedy by approaching the Guardianship and Wards Court with a similar prayer as he had made in the previous petition.