- A couple have dragged their married son to court over the failure of him and his wife to give them grandchildren
- According to the Indian couple, their son has been married for 6 years but is still not planning on having a baby with his wife
- Their prayer to the court is that the son either pays $650,000 (N270m) in compensation or produce a grandchild within a year
An Indian couple identified as Sanjeev and Sadhana Prasad has sued their son for not giving them grandchildren, despite being married for 6 years.
The unhappy parents said they want payback as they have exhausted their savings in educating and raising the young man.
The Indian couple gives their son two options
In the suit filed sometime last week, The Times of India reported on Thursday that the couple is demanding their son and his heartthrob pay $650,000 (N270m) or give them a grandchild in the space of a year.
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“My son has been married for six years but they are still not planning a baby. At least if we have a grandchild to spend time with, our pain will become bearable,” the couple had said in their petition to the court in Haridwar, India.
Look into the compensation Sanjeev and Sadhana Prasad are demanding
Daily Star reports that the couple who had taken a loan to construct their house and are going through tough times wants a payback.
A look into the compensation request shows they want $80,000 (N33.2 million) they expended in purchasing a luxury car for their son and his wife.
They also want to be paid the money expended for their son's honeymoon abroad as well as the cost of a wedding reception in a five-star hotel.
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The lad's parents had spent $65, 000 (N27 million) in getting him trained as a pilot in the United States, Gulf News reports. He however returned to his home country India unemployed.
According to the couple's lawyer Arvind Kumar, the filed petition will be heard by a court in northern India on May 17.
Lady drags her mum, 97 to court for trespassing on family property
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a lady had sued her 97-year-old mother for trespassing on family property.
Mary Nguru had asked the court to restrain her mother, Sabena Wairimu, who uses a wheelchair, from trespassing on the premises or harassing her tenants.
Nguru said her mother, who has been sued jointly with her other six children, trespassed on the property without her consent and incited her tenants to stop making rent payments to her.