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Written by Deccan Chronicle   

The Supreme Court has given the Karnataka police “a last chance” to trace the six-and-a-halfyear-old son of Dr V.Ravinchandra, a scientist from the US, who has alleged that his ex-wife has kidnapped their son.

Dr Ravichandra held a press conference in the city in February alleging that his ex-wife Vijayashree Voora had vanished two years after abducting their son Aditya. The couple divorced in the US in 2005 and got equal custody of their son. Dr Ravinchandra, who has since become a member of Child Rights Initiative Shared Parenting, claims that his wife is mentally unstable. He has also managed to get an ex-parte order from a court in the US giving him sole custody of Aditya. “Every time I come from the US and get a clue about where she is, she escapes, even as I rush to the spot,” he said at the press conference.

He later filed a habeas corpus petition in both the Karnataka High Court and the Supreme Court appealing to them to find his missing child.

Meanwhile Vijayashree, a software engineer, surfaced in the city the day after his press conference, accusing the scientist of being a child abuser and disappeared for the fourth time.

Supreme Court judges Justice Tarun Chatterjee and Justice H.L. Dattu, in an ad-interim exparte order on May 8 said, “As a last chance, the state of Karnataka particularly the director general of police, is directed to take appropriate steps to trace the child.” They directed that a copy of the order be given to the chief secretary of the state.


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