The family reunion was initially fixed on June 17. However, Aesha objected to bringing the child then, as he would miss school. Subsequently, the event was rescheduled to July 1 considering the fact that the child’s school would be shut during this period.
Aesha again objected to the re-planned function, arguing that it would be a flop show as most of the extended family members were not consulted before fixing the date.
“Even if petitioner presumably did not consult the other members of his extended family, what would be the consequence thereof – at best such get together would be a flop one as many of his members of the family might not make it to the party but petitioner and his parents will have the joy of having the company of their eye’s apple. Admittedly, child of the petitioner has not visited India since August, 2020 and parents of the petitioner and other family members have not got chance to meet the child and petitioner’s desire to have bis child meet with grand parents cannot be said to be unreasonable,” the judge observed.