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Custody battle reopens for Mrs Kumble’s child PDF Print E-mail
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Former cricketer Anil Kumble with his wife Chetana

The High Court’s direction to the Family Court to consider Kumar V Jagirdar’s request for his daughter’s custody has reopened the custody battle between him and his former wife Chetana.

Kumar is Chetana’s first husband. They had a daughter before they divorced and Chetana married Anil Kumble in 1999.  A long drawn custody battle for Chetana and Kumar’s girl child went up to the Supreme Court.

The family court had given custody rights to Kumar and visitation rights to Chetana in 2002. The High Court reversed this order and gave the custody rights to Chetana. Kumar appealed against this in the Supreme Court. But in the end, the custody of the child born in 1994 remained with Chetana.

Kumar went to High Court with the plea that he was childless and Chetana had two more children with Anil Kumble. He cited a recent SC ruling that he would be entitled to the custody of the child. The High Court heard the petition and referred the case to the family court.

 



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