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Son soughts $200,000 in compensation from mother who abandoned him 38 years ago

Son soughts 0,000 in compensation from mother who abandoned him 38 years ago

A forty-year-old man moved the Bombay High Court against his biological mother and sought a compensation of ₹1.5 crore ($ 2,11,300.34) from her for abandoning him in Mumbai when he was two years’ old and later refusing to accept him as her son.

The petitioner, Srikant Sabnis, a makeup artist, has said he underwent a life full of agony and mental trauma after being intentionally abandoned in an unknown city, for which his mother Aarti Mhaskar and her second husband Uday Mhaskar need to compensate.

As per the plea, Aarti Mhaskar was earlier married to one Deepak Sabnis. The couple had a child, Srikant Sabnis, in February 1979 while residing in Pune.

As per the plea, the woman was ambitious and wanted to move to Mumbai to work in the film industry. In September 1981, she took the child along with her and left for Mumbai.Once they reached Mumbai, the woman abandoned her son in a train and left, the plea alleged, adding that the child was found by a railway officer and sent to a children’s home.In 1986, Srikant Sabnis’ maternal grandmother succeeded in getting his legal custody.

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