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HYDERABAD: Child Rights Initiative for Shared Parenting (CRISP), a Bangalore-based NGO fighting for equal rights of child custody for separated parents, has demanded that shared parenting be made mandatory and that special courts be set up to deal with child custody cases on a priority basis. At a press conference here on Saturday, CRISP president Kumar V. Jahgirdar regretted that fathers were not allowed to see their children in spite of permission granted by court. Mr. Jahgirdar said studies established that 90 per cent of children stayed with mothers after the latter were separated from their spouses.

 



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