In India, parents ask their son to pay them back what they invested in his education

It has been reported that in India, the couple consisting of Sanjeev Ranjan Prasada retired government official, 61 years old and his wife, sadhana prasadhave sued to his son and daughter-in-law.

Well, your son who is a pilotsince he got married six years ago Until now, he has not had any plans having a childso in the face of your despair and emotional issues have proceeded legally against him and his partner.

Prasad demands a grandson from the young couple because according to him this would be a way to compensate what you have invested at his son’s pilot training in America, he said it was 3.5 million rupees, about of 946 thousand Mexican pesosadded:

“We want a grandson or a granddaughter within a year or compensation, because I have spent my life’s earnings on my son’s education”

Details on the parents’ lawsuit, in India

Details on the demand of the parents, in the country India and the extreme heat

Parents have been reported They have given two options her son and daughter-in-law, the first is have a baby soon and the second would be that they get paid 50 million rupeesthe justification Prasad gave in initiating his lawsuit:

“The main problem is that at this age we need a grandson, but these people have the attitude that they do not think about us”

The parents confessed that they married the young pilot with the objective to become grandparentsbut have had no results, the court in India accepted your request and scheduled a hearing in Haridwar, a city in the state from Uttarakhandthis according to local media.

indian extreme heat

India and extreme heat

In the India a strong heat wave has been reported, which has led to thermometers over 45 degreesbecause this extreme heat has put the country’s energy system in check, since the temperature affects your production.

Via AmericanPost.News We also inform you that Android users are being warned by the Indian government.

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