Sushma Swaraj thanked by Jolly for help & assistance
New Delhi, 25th Dec 2016 : Senior BJP leader Vijay Jolly today termed Norway call for Indian restraint in child custody row as “unrealistic”. Minor Aryan shall miss to celebrate “Merry Christmas & Happy New Year” with his parents for the first time in his life claimed Mr. Jolly.
Mr. Jolly thanked Smt. Sushma Swaraj, Minister for External Affairs, Govt. of India for providing instant diplomatic and moral support to the beleaguered NRI couple in their child custody case.
Aryan, the five & half year old minor son of Norway NRI couple Anil Sharma, is in the forcible custody of Norway Child Protection Agency “Barnevernet” since 13th Dec 2016. The mother was grilled for 8 hours while the minor child was interrogated for more than three hours. This is inhuman claimed Mr. Jolly.
The minor son is daily served porridge and bread while he is fond of Indian food. The child seems stressed and depressed in the custody of Norwegian CPA. The child is psychologically handled & is living under shadow of fear and nervousness.
Today is the 12th day of the child in custody of Barnevernet stated Jolly.
The Indian Ambassador in Norway Debraj Pradhan has already submitted a detailed report to MEA, Govt. of India according to Mr. Jolly.
In the meanwhile Indian Passport holder mother of the child Smt. Gurvinderjit Kaur has formally made a written request at Indian Embassy in Oslo for necessary help & assistance. The Indian Ambassador is slated to meet highly placed Norwegian officials in Oslo on Tuesday, 27th Dec 2016 claimed BJP Leader Mr. Jolly.
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