Woman booked for abducting her son
BHOPAL: A 32-year-old woman has been booked for kidnapping
her 4-year-old son on a complaint of her husband. Accused in the case is
daughter of a senior police official of the rank of additional director general
of police. She too has got a counter case registered against her husband, who
is an Indian Revenue Services officer, for beating her.
The couple has separated and complainant Siddharth, a deputy
commissioner is posted in Mumbai. As per court’s directive their son, Arihant
has to be in custody of his father on every first and third Friday of the month
while rest of the time he has to be with his mother. The mother of the child Santosh
Meena had appealed against the decision in higher court, but it was turned
The woman, Santosh, daughter of ADG, KL Meena, and a
pathologist, said she took Arihant to the court to be given to his father’s
custody but when she moved out, her son started crying.
Siddarth wanted to take the child in a car, but he ran
towards her, which led to a fight between them after which she took the child
and went to MP Nagar police station to lodge a complaint against her husband
alleging he beat her up.
However, while the couple were fighting outside the district
court, which led to a traffic jam, her husband’s brother shot a video on his
mobile phone, which showed the woman forcefully taking away her kid on the
basis of which, Siddharth got a case of abduction registered against his wife.
Santosh said despite being daughter of an ADG, she had to
struggle for hours to get a case registered against her husband. “I went for
medicals, kept insisting for hours, but the police worked under pressure of my
husband”, she alleged.