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Norway child row: Indian couple face jail for scolding son

Norway child row: Indian couple face jail for scolding son

Oslo: Associate in Nursing Asian countryn couple in Scandinavian nation has been remanded to custody over concern that they’ll evade prosecution by returning to India, a press release by Christiania local department aforementioned.

Chandrashekhar Vallabhaneni and his mate Anupama were in remission by Norway’s police on weekday for reproval their son.

The couple has been charged with ‘gross/repeated maltreatment’ of their kid by threats, violence/other wrong doing, underneath Section 219 of Norwegian law, intercalary reports.

The prosecution has reportedly projected a sentence of one year and three months for the mother, and one year and half-dozen months for the daddy of the kid.

The Court of Appeals is in method of hearing the defence’s attractiveness and also the judgment are going to be pronounced in Christiania District Court on Dec 03.

Indian authorities ar creating efforts to hunt unharness of the couple. in step with their family, a political candidate of the Indian embassy met Chandrashekar, United Nations agency is in police custody, in Christiania on Friday and guaranteed him full help. in step with info reaching here, the officer collected all the small print of the case and spoke to Chandrashekhar, Associate in Nursing worker of computer code big Tata practice Services (TCS).

The couple was in remission 9 months once their seven-year-old kid Sriram complained to his college lecturers that his oldsters were threatening to send him back to Asian country for wetting his pants.

Originally hailing from avatar district in coastal Andhra, Chandrasekhar was sent to Christiania by his company last year to handle a project. The family came back range in July this year.

Chandrasekhar once more left for Scandinavian nation on Nov twenty three for work. now he went solely together with his mate giving up his each sons. A court in Christiania issued summons and later police in remission them.

Chandrasekhar’s oldsters and different relations here were troubled regarding the couple. They appealed to the state and also the central government to intervene to hunt their unharness.

According to the report, the kid welfare authorities took Sriram for a month, however later came back him to his oldsters.

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy directed cabinet minister Minni Mathew to induce up-to-date with the officers of the Ministry of External Affairs to hunt the discharge of the couple.

 

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