HIGH COURT OF MADHYA PRADESH
(Sanjay Vs. Smt. Kiran Suryavanshi)
Gwalior, dated: 17.07.2019
Shri R.K. Soni, learned counsel for the appellant.
Shri H.K. Shukla, learned counsel for the respondent.
Learned counsel for the appellant at the outset pleads no
On 16.07.2019 in presence of the appellant, following order
was passed :
“Both the parties are personally present.
Counsel are not appearing over the call
given by Madhya Pradesh High Court Bar
Association against the inaction of the State
Government in not legislating Advocate
The matter arises of an order dated
02.04.2019 passed by Family Court, whereby
an application filed by the respondent under
Section 6 read with Section 13 of Guardians
and SectionWards Act, 1890 has been allowed and
direction has been issued to the respondent
(appellant herein) to handover the custody of
Yash, a child of 4 years born out of the
marriage to the respondent/mother.
It is borne out from the submission made
by the parties that an execution proceeding is
pending before the trial Court and appellant
has been directed to handover custody of child
to the respondent/mother.
After deliberation, the appellant has
agreed to handover the custody of child to the
respondent/mother and has agreed for further
conciliation to resolve the differences.
In view whereof, let this matter be
posted on 17.07.2019.
Let both the parties remain personally
Appellant is directed to come alongwith
son Yash so that his custody can be handed
over to the respondent/mother.”
The appellant is evading the compliance of order dated
Appeal is dismissed for want of prosecution.
(Sanjay Yadav) (Vivek Agarwal)