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TNN Sep 11, 2011, 06.20am IST

CHENNAI: Two young boys were reunited with their mothers in separate incidents in the city on Friday and Saturday. While three-year-old Vignesh (name changed) and his father were nabbed on arrival from Singapore at the Chennai airport, P Suresh and his father's family were caught before they could take a flight out of the city.

Following a lookout notice issued by Central Crime Branch (CCB) officers of the Greater Chennai Police, immigration officials in Singapore intercepted Vignesh, his father Sivakumar (name changed) and Sivakumar's parents as they were about to board a flight to the US and sent them to the Chennai airport where CCB inspector D Umapathy and sub-inspector P Shanthi Devi were waiting. Vignesh was later united with his mother Hansika (name changed).

A case was registered against Sivakumar and the matter forwarded to the counselling centre in the anti-dowry cell at the commissioner's office.

The police said Sivakumar, a green card holder in the US, married Hansika five years ago. Vignesh was born in the US. Last October, they returned after Hansika's visa expired. Sivakumar promised to send her a dependant visa but had been stalling since then.

After coming to know that Sivakumar had secretly come here for Ganesh Chaturthi, Hansika, who lives with her parents in Velachery, went to her husband's house in Adyar on Wednesday and saw Vignesh with her mother-in-law. She approached police commissioner JK Tripathy who forwarded the complaint to the CCB. The police rushed to Adyar but Sivakumar and his family had left for Singapore en route to the US.

The Singapore Consulate in the city was informed and a lookout notice issued.

"We are investigating to see why Sivakumar wanted to leave his wife and why he didn't take steps to get a dependant visa for her," a police officer said.

In the second case, the police said, Srija (33) of Alwarpet and Parthasarathy (35) of Velachery, software engineers, got married in 2007 and settled in the US. They have a son named P Suresh. Two years ago, Srija returned here, alleging torture by her husband and his mother. Later, she tried to get her son back but failed. On Saturday, the police nabbed Parthasarathy and his family at the Chennai airport around 4pm. "We reunited the child with his mother after counselling," a police officer said. The couple have been asked to appear again for counselling on Monday.

 



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