A pair in India is suing their solely son and his spouse for not producing a grandchild after six years of marriage.
Sanjeev and Sadhana Prasad, 61 and 57, of the Indian state of Uttarakhand filed the lawsuit on Could 7 on the grounds of “mental harassment,” the Occasions of India reported.
The couple is demanding US$650,000 in compensation, ought to a grandchild not be born within the subsequent yr.
The Prasads declare they spent their financial savings elevating their son, additionally paying for his training to develop into a pilot, in addition to for his lavish wedding ceremony in 2016.
In accordance with the BBC, the son and his spouse have yet to respond publicly to the lawsuit.
“I have only one son. I spent all my savings on his upbringing,” the daddy advised the Occasions of India.
He added when an financial recession and job loss compelled his son to return to India in 2007, he and his spouse financially supported their son.
As soon as their son was again on his ft and bought a job at a personal airline, the dad and mom declare they organized the wedding to his spouse.
“We finally got him married in 2016 with the hope that we would get a grandchild to play with in our retirement age,” the daddy advised the Occasions of India. “However, almost six years have passed and there is no child. We are facing immense mental harassment.”
The couple added their daughter-in-law’s profession, which they declare causes her to reside in a special metropolis than her husband, additionally causes them “immense pain.”
The dad and mom have even provided to lift their grandchild, ought to their son and his spouse be too busy with their careers.
“We are hardly left with any money because we spent everything on our son,” the daddy stated.
The dad and mom’ lawyer additionally advised the Occasions of India this lawsuit is “the first of its kind” within the province, and is probably going the primary in all of India as properly.
“From the parents’ point of view, their demand is justified,” the lawyer, Arvind Srivastava, stated. “Their expectations are not wrong.”
The problem is predicted to be heard in courtroom on Could 17.
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