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CRISP to help kids of split parents: Nagpur Launch PDF Print E-mail
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Nagpur: The city units of Save Indian Family Foundation (SIFF) and its sister concern Mothers’ and Sisters’ Initiative (MASI) will launch the Children’s Rights Initiative for Shared Parents (CRISP), an organisation for better parenting amongst couples whose marriage is on the rocks, or who live separately. The organisation would be launched on November 14, on the occasion of Children’s Day.

CRISP already operates in Bangalore and will be launched simultaneously in Lucknow, New Delhi and Nagpur on November 14. Plans are afoot to launch CRISP in Vishakhapatnam and Hyderabad as well. It will aim at minimising the ill effects of a choppy marriage and its aftermath on children of the separating or separated couple.

City president of SIFF Rajesh Wakharia, says, “Of the total number of divorces filed in India, 60-70% of the couples have children. Once they start leading separate lives these children invariably end up with the mother and are kept away from their fathers as well as their grandparents.”

Thus, CRISP’s primary objective would be to convince those 90% mothers and 10% fathers, with whom their children wind up during or after a divorce, to let the little ones meet the other side of the family on a regular basis.

“CRISP will also try to request the court that even when a divorce case or cases under section 498A IPC or the Domestic Violence Act are in progress, fathers should be allowed to meet their children regularly. We also plan to organise regular symposiums and seminars in this regard,” said Wakharia who is himself deprived of the chance to meet his six-year-old child.

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