We don't trust police; will approach high court to find out child: Anupama


We no longer trust the Kerala Police and will approach the High Court to get our son back, Anupama said. She was reacting to the City Police Commissioner’s report that justified the police actions.

Anupama

Thiruvananthapuram: Anupama, who is in search of her baby taken away by her parents, said that she no longer trusts the Kerala Police and will approach the High Court to get her son back. She was reacting to the City Police Commissioner’s report that justified the police actions.

'The police were irresponsible and insensitive to my complaints. They did not show the enthusiasm to find the child. But thet were interested in the complaint filed by my father saying I was missing. The police complaint was filed in April. The current FIR is based on the second complaint filed to the DGP in September,' she pointed out.

'We will object to the motion in the Vanchiyoor family court regarding the adoption of the child. We will also approach the High Court,' she added.

Meanwhile, Anupama’s husband Ajith claimed that he does not have a child in his first marriage and that people raise false allegations against him.

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