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Bhupinder K. Singh And Anr vs Hardeep Singh Randhawa And Anr on 1 May, 2019

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CR No.6995 of 2016
CR No.693 of 2017

IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA
AT CHANDIGARH

1. CR No.6995 of 2016 (OM)
Date of Decision : 01.05.2019

BHUPINDER K. SINGH AND ANOTHER ….PETITIONERS

V/S

HARDEEP SINGH RANDHAWA ANOTHER ….RESPONDENTS

2. CR No.693 of 2017

HARDEEP SINGH RANDHAWA ….PETITIONER

V/S

BHUPINDER K. SINGH OTHERS ….RESPONDENTS

CORAM : HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE B.S. WALIA

Present: Mr. Ajaivir Singh, Advocate for the petitioners
in CR No.6995 of 2016.

Mr. Harkesh Manuja, Advocate
for the petitioner in CR No.693 of 2017 and
for the respondents in CR No.6995 of 2016.
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B.S. WALIA, J. (ORAL)

[1] This order shall decide CR No.6995 of 2016 and CR No.693 of

2017 as common questions of law and fact are involved.

[2] Civil Revision No.6995 of 2016 has been filed by the maternal

grandparents of minor children Amanat Randhawa and Inayat Randhawa,

daughters of respondent No.1 for setting aside order Annexure P-5 dated

03.09.2016 and for grant of appropriate visitation rights to the petitioners to

meet the minors on every week end preferably on Saturdays and for stay at the

home of the petitioners in Chandigarh twice a month on Saturday itself.

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[3] On the other hand, Civil Revision No.693 of 2017 has been filed,

challenging order Annexure P-1 dated 03.09.2016, passed by the learned

Additional Civil Judge (Senior Division), Mohali, granting visitation rights to

respondent Nos.1 and 2 i.e. the maternal grand parents of Amanat Randhawa

and Inayat Randhawa, daughters of the petitioner.

[4] During the pendency of the petition, the matter was referred to the

Mediation and Conciliation Centre of this Court vide order dated 10.01.2019

but no settlement was arrived at. However, during subsequent hearing, on the

Court permitting interaction of the grandparents with their grandchildren i.e.

children of respondent No.1 in Civil Revision No.693 of 2017, there emerged

possibility of some settlement between the parties. Thereupon the matter was

referred for mediation afresh on 30.04.2019. Mr. Sachin Jain, Advocate, was

appointed as Mediator and parties were directed to put in appearance before the

Mediator on the same day itself, as it was brought to the notice of the Court

that the minor children Amanat Randhawa and Inayat Randhawa were to leave

for Canada in the next 2-3 days.

[5] Report dated 01.05.2019 has been submitted by the learned

Mediator along with copy of the settlement/compromise dated 01.05.2019.

Learned Mediator has also attached a copy of e-mail received by him from Shri

Rajdeep Singh, paternal uncle of Amanat Randhawa and Inayat Randhawa

forwarding e-mail received from the father i.e. Hardeep Singh Randhawa of

Amanat Randhawa and Inayat Randhawa dated 01.05.2019, addressed to

Rajdeep Singh, authorizing Rajdeep Singh Randhawa to act on his behalf in

the ongoing Mediation Settlement Agreement and of his agreeing to be bound

by the terms and conditions of the agreement to be signed by Rajdeep Singh on

his behalf in Civil Revision No.693 of 2017.

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[6] Copy of the compromise/settlement, as well as forwarded e-mail

message from Shri Rajdeep Singh, duly signed by him, is taken on record and

shall be read as part and parcel of the order. In the light of the position as

noted above, the Civil Revision Petitions are disposed of in terms of the

compromise/settlement arrived at between the parties before the Mediator

appointed by this Court.

[7] Parties are directed to adhere to the terms and conditions agreed

upon and as reduced into writing in the compromise/settlement, as also in

terms of the e-mail forwarded by Hardeep Singh Randhawa to his brother

Rajdeep Singh Randhawa and as has been placed on the record of this Court.

[8] Parties are directed to take follow up action in terms thereof to

withdraw the pending litigation before the Court of the learned Civil Judge

under Section 25 and 10 of the Guardian and SectionWards Act, 1890.

[9] Both civil revision petitions disposed off in above terms.

(B.S. WALIA)
JUDGE
May 01, 2019
‘Rajneesh’

Whether speaking/reasoned : Yes/No
Whether reportable : Yes/No

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