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Bangalore: The Supreme Court has directed the state DGP and Bangalore police commissioner to trace Aditya, a six-year-old boy from the US who went missing recently. The court told the authorities to produce the child in the court.

The child’s father Ravichandran is a US-based scientist. He said his wife Vijayasree Voora was suffering from severe mental illness and was having illegal custody of his son.

Separated from his son for 18 months, he blamed his wife for depriving the kid of schooling by subjecting him to perpetual change of address. He said his son will face a lot of problems.

With support from Child Rights Initiative For Shared Parenting (Crisp), he is trying to trace his son. He has also started a website: rescueaditya.org

 



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