VM Thrown out of house by son, elderly woman pleads for himJuly 3rd, 2012 - 6:03 pm ICT by IANS
New Delhi, July 3 (IANS) A 79-year-old woman was forced to spend the night under the sky when her businessman son refused her entry into their house in upscale New Friends Colony. On a police complaint, the son was sent to jail, but the mother requested the court to grant him bail.
The mother, Krishna Dawar, has been approached by Aamir Khan’s “Satyamev Jayate” team to speak on their upcoming show on problems facing the elderly.
Krishna, who owns nearly half of the Rs.30 crore property in New Friends Colony, had gone to Dehradun to meet a relative in the middle of June. When she returned on June 29, she found that the house had been taken over by her son, Sheetal Dawar.
Krishna’s husband died in 2007, leaving 42 percent share of the property to her, and 29 percent share each to her two sons, Sheetal Dawar and Rupak Dawar.
Rupak has settled in Surat, Gujarat, for his business while Sheetal was residing with his mother.
Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Sanjay Sharma Monday granted bail to Sheetal, upon his mother’s request.
The court while allowing the son’s bail plea, asked Krishna whether her son should be released on bail or not.
The mother requested the court to grant him bail saying that they would try to settle the matter.
The court granted interim bail to Sheetal till July 17 on condition that he must not treat his mother badly again.
The court asked him to treat his mother properly and warned him not to repeat the episode again.
Social activist Dulbin Sethi told IANS that the son wanted to illegally occupy his mother’s share of property.
“The senior citizen was not allowed by her son and daughter-in-law Nikita Dawar to enter the house and she had to spend Friday night under the open sky,” said Sethi.
On Saturday morning, Krishna approached Sethi for help. With the help of residents, Sethi went to the police to lodge a case against Sheetal. Police arrested him and he was remanded to two days police custody by a local court here.
Sethi told IANS that a team from “Satyamev Jayate” had approached Krishna to interview her for their upcoming show that deals with the problems of senior citizens.
She added that the show would be based on parent-child relationships.
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