Another NRI mother wants Indian Govt to release her son from foster homeMay 01, 2012 17:39
After the custody row of NRI children settled with the intervention of the government of India, a NRI woman from Sweden approached the mother of Norway children seeking her help in releasing her son from the government’s custody. The NRI mother in Norway has forwarded the request of Annie Johansson to the chairman of the National Human Right Commission with copies to the president, the prime minister, external affairs minister and home minister.
According to NRI woman in Norway, Annie migrated to Visby in Norway and settled there in 2000. She gave birth to Domenic Johansson in 2001. After a couple of years, in 2009, the Swedish authorities took Domenic away from her mother and kept him in an emergency foster home on stating the Domenic’s mother was not taking proper care of her son.
Anie has alleged that Swedish authorities don’t know anything about Indian culture and traditions. Annie was formerly known as Nirmal Kumar Bharos and was a resident of Pune. She changed her name after she married Christopher Johannson in India.
The Government of India is yet to respond to the plea of Annie that was forwarded by NRI woman in Norway. (Phani)