The news was brought into prominence that a complaint has been filed in a local court questioning action against Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan along with his wife Gauri and others under the Pre-conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (Prohibition of Sex Selection) Act in connection with a child born through surrogacy to the couple. Furthermore, the complaint, filed by lawyer Varsha Deshpande yesterday, declared that the child's gender had been determined in precedence of birth which has genuinely resulted being violating the sections of the Act.
To move ahead, the 47-year-old actor's third child was born to a surrogate mother of late occurrence at a private hospital, the complaint explained and demanded as a right that gender testing was banned under the Act. The lawyer said she had earlier filed a complaint with health department of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) following media reports regarding a child being born to the couple through surrogacy in the middle of accusation that gender test had been conducted.
Within a short period after this, civic officials visited the actor's house on June 17 to assure the facts. Nevertheless, the team was sent away at the same time the actor had rubbished affirmation that the stipulation of the Act had been violated. The complainant declared that the civic officials had experienced failure to take action against the couple and therefore she moved the magistrate's court accompanying a fresh complaint. Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Uday Padwad has fixed the matter for hearing on September 12. In the intervening time, the court has issued notices to the couple, civic health officials and other defendant.
Now, only time will say what's the hidden secret, behind the scene.