Aditya Chandran could not be found for 2 Years

In India, if there is Family related case against men may be its Divorce,Custody or maintanence and if man is hiding jungles of Amazon or no mans land of Pakistan, Afghanistan or Sahara desert Police will trace him and force him to pay or Jail within few days. but here its a case against women and for 2 years Police failed to trace Abducted child Aditya Chandran. its not only shows Support for women criminals but Failure of Indian Police System.

New Delhi: A seven-year-old US-born boy was allegedly abducted from New York to India by his mother in 2007 in violation of local court orders. Since then, the mother has dodged the police of four states forcing the Supreme Court to seek the CBI’s help.

“It is abundantly clear that despite best efforts made by police officers and officials of different states such as SSPs of Agra and Chandigarh and DGPs of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu as well as Commissioner of Police, Bangalore, the minor child Adithya and his mother Vijayshree Voora could not be traced and their whereabouts could not be found,”said a Bench comprising Justices Tarun Chatterjee and R M Lodha on Friday.

“It is almost two years since the notice was issued by the Supreme Court but the child could not be produced. Vijayshree is said to be mentally unstable and running around with the child from one state to another. In the peculiar and extraordinary circumstances, as as the present one, we are of the view that CBI may be assigned the task of tracing the minor and his production before this court,” it said driven more by the concern for the safety of the child.

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And it conferred all powers on the CBI sleuth who would be nominated by the CBI director and assigned the task to trace the child. “He will enjoy all thepowers of a police officer carrying out search and issue non-bailable warrants, if necessary, and pick up the minor wherever he is found without interference from anyone and to produce him before this court,” the Bench said.

The father approached the New York family court accusing the child’s mother of violating the earlier court orders. On August 16, 2007, the family court granted sole legal and physical custody of the child to the father. Later,the New York Family Court issued child abuse non-bailable warrants against Vijayshree.

When things failed to fetch him his son, the father moved the SC in India in September 2007 seeking a writ of habeas corpus for the production of his minor son alleging that he has been illegally and unlawfully detained beyond his motherland, that is USA, in blatant violation of the orders of US courts.

CASE HISTORY

Dr V Ravi Chandran married Vijayshree on December 14, 2000 at Tirupati

Adithya was born on July 1, 2002, in US

Due to matrimonial discord, Vijayshree moved the New York SC in July 2003 seeking divorce

September 8, 2005: Marriage was dissolved by New York court, and joint custody of the child was granted to the separated parents

June 28, 2007: Mother brought the child to India informing the father that she was going to reside with her parents in Chennai

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One thought on “Aditya Chandran could not be found for 2 Years

  1. Thank you for this article.
    Before we just go soft and compassionate for the mother, do we even realize and see that this is actually a revenge by a mother using the child as a weapon.
    What actually happened between the two I don’t know, but do you really think that the child doesn’t need a father?
    It opens our eyes to the cruel mothers we have in today’s society that hold children without permission of the father, even though things are not working between parents, the child does not have to suffer this inhumane treatement of the child.
    Is NHRC- National Human Rights Commission – looking out to find this child amd give the child joint permission to be with both parents?
    Very sad life for the child due to a cruel mother.

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